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10 Best Open Source BPM Tools

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  1. Bizagi is a Business Process Management (BPMS) solution for faster and flexible process automation. It's powerful yet intuitive BPM Suite is designed to make your business more agile.

  2. LucidChart is the missing link in online productivity suites. LucidChart allows users to create, collaborate on, and publish attractive flowcharts and other diagrams from a web browser.

    Architecture Diagraming Tools about 7 months ago:

    I'm thinking something like a set up, but also wondering since one project is complete if there is anything that can just analyze an existing codebase and automatically do the work for me.
  3. ProcessMaker is an easy to use BPM and workflow software solution. It is used to design, automate, and deploy business processes of any kind.

  4. Bonita BPM is a BPM-based application platform that is designed to help users build highly...

  5. A platform for developing cloud-native applications that automate business decisions and processes.

  6. Activiti is a light-weight workflow and Business Process Management (BPM) Platform targeted at...

  7. Modelio is an open source modeling tool supporting natively UML, BPMN and model exchange with XMI.

  8. BPM Platform

  9. The Universal Process Orchestrator


    How to Achieve Geo-redundancy with Zeebe about about 1 month ago

    Bernd Ruecker is co-founder and chief technologist of Camunda as well as the author ofPractical Process Automation with O’Reilly. He likes speaking about himself in the third person. He is passionate about developer-friendly process automation technology. Connect viaLinkedIn or follow him onTwitter. As always, he loves getting your feedback. Comment below orsend him an email.
  10. jBPM is a flexible Business Process Management (BPM) Suite.

    Process and service and orchestrators. about 10 months ago

    Https://,, and the other projects under the umbrella are also worth looking into. Jbpm is the grandfather of several of the Java based BPMN solutions if I'm not mistaken.