Business Process Management firm Camunda releases new version of software

Berlin, November 30, 2016 – Camunda, the leader for workflow automation based on Java and BPMN 2.0 has released Version 7.6 of their open source software for Business Process Management (BPM). The product can be downloaded for free via https://camunda.org.

Camunda BPM allows for the modeling and automation of workflows in BPMN 2.0, cases in CMMN 1.1 and decisions in DMN 1.1. And enhancements have been implemented for all three of the standards in Version 7.6.

Camunda BPM now supports the modeling and execution of Decision Requirement Diagrams (DRDs) to help automate complex decisions. In addition, the decision tables editor has been improved becoming more user-friendly, and the decision engine’s performance has also increased.

In the CMMN category, the monitoring tool, Camunda Cockpit can also be used for monitoring CMMN-based case processing.

Support functionalities of the BPMN standard has also been expanded. For example, conditional events may also be used to map a response to changed terms (i.e. change of variable values).

The Camunda BPM 7.6 will be presented in more detail this Thursday, December 1 at 5:00PM CET. Register for the free webinar today.

https://network.camunda.org/webinars/91

About Camunda Services GmbH

Camunda Services GmbH is a software vendor based out of Berlin, Germany with additional offices in San Francisco and Denver. The core product Camunda BPM is an open source platform for automation of business processes. Globally the software product is used by over 120 customers including AT&T, Lufthansa Technik and T-Mobile.

For further information, please contact: Darya Niknamian Marketing Manager

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Camunda Services GmbH
Zossener Str. 55, 10961 Berlin
Telefon +49 30 664 04 09 - 00
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Amtsgericht Charlottenburg: HRB 113230 B
Geschäftsführer: Jakob Freund, Bernd Rücker
 


Veröffentlicht am 30. November 2016