Global 360 posts results with Quarterly Increase of 25% in BPMS Revenue

“Global 360 is reporting a 25% year-over-year increase in revenue from its strategic Business Process Management Systems (BPMS) business for our fiscal third quarter ending December 31, 2009.  We have also introduced next-generation products and partnered  with Microsoft and KnowledgeLake to deliver solutions that enhance fast-growing SharePoint and Visio platforms.” says Stephen Phillips of Global360. 

  

Global 360 President and CEO David Mitchell attributed the company’s success to its recent launch of persona-based, out-of-the-box user applications. “Because we involve process participants in the design and development of process improvements, we deliver systems that uniquely address the way that work actually gets done. The result is an improved process that people actually use and help promote throughout the enterprise. This “design-for-people” approach was the driving factor in the addition of five significant new account wins as we expanded our global presence during the quarter. We believe this approach, along with our focus on SharePoint-based process solutions positions us strongly for the future.”

 

In the third quarter Global 360 introduced next generation products and partnered with Microsoft and KnowledgeLake to deliver solutions that enhance fast-growing SharePoint and Visio platforms. Key announcements included:

 

Support for Microsoft SharePoint – Case360 and Process360 are the first enterprise-wide solutions to enable both strategic process and document management applications on Microsoft SharePoint Server products and technologies. 

 

KnowledgeLake Partnership – Global 360 and KnowledgeLake are integrating their offerings to deliver the first complete process and document management solution for Microsoft SharePoint. The partnership brings together the leading Microsoft-centric BPMS provider, according to Forrester Research, and the market-leading Microsoft SharePoint document imaging and content management provider.

 

The Insiders’ Guide to BPM: 7 Steps to Process Mastery – A market and product strategy advisor to Global 360, Terry Schurter, is an award-winning author and well-known BPM analyst and consultant.  He has published a new book co-written with David Fingar, The Insiders’ Guide to BPM: 7 Steps to Process Mastery, a simple, real-world guide to help businesses take full advantage of BPM in transforming their processes to achieve new levels of performance, quality, cost reduction and business value.

 

Global Customer Wins

 

Highlights of recent customer wins in Q3 include the following organizations that recognize the power of a persona-based approach to BPM to increase ROI and significantly improve productivity include:

  • Coventry Building Society, the 3rd largest financial institution of its kind in the UK
  • Credit One Bank, one of America’s leading issuers of Visa Platinum credit cards
  • First United Bank, one of the largest privately held regional banks in the Southwestern U.S.
  • Statewide Superannuation, a retirement services Fund Manager in South Australia
  • The Wellcome Trust, the UK’s largest non-governmental source of funds for biomedical research

Industry Recognition

 

The Pinellas County, Florida Clerk of Circuit Court was named finalist in the 2009 Global Awards for Excellence in BPM and Workflow by BPMFocus, BPM.com & the Workflow Management Coalition. The County Clerk’s office worked with Global 360 to implement a case management solution for its Probate Department that has dramatically improved customer service and access to information – and should potentially save the Clerk millions of dollars in storage, labor, and supply costs in the future.

 

For the full press release visit www.global360.com
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