IDS Scheer named as a “Leader” in Gartner BPA Magic Quadrant

IDS Scheer AG today announced it has been positioned in the Leaders Quadrant of the Gartner, Inc. Magic Quadrant for Business Process Analysis Tools (BPA). The recent research note, the Magic Quadrant for BPA, positions vendors in a particular market segment based on their vision and ability to execute on that vision.

According to Gartner, “Leaders are high-visibility vendors with proven track records in BPA tools and high degrees of functionality or market penetration, as well as vision and business investment. They are also well positioned for the future, because of completeness of vision due to financial commitment and market share, technological differentiation or both. Leaders do not necessarily offer the best products for every customer project or role. However, they provide solutions that offer relatively lower risk.”

“We believe Gartner naming us to the Magic Quadrant for BPA tools is a validation of our product innovation, exceptional services we provide globally and strong alliances,” said Dr. Wolfram Jost, member of the executive Board and responsible for IDS Scheer’s product strategy and development. “Our goal is to continue to deliver the most comprehensive, innovative BPM offerings that impact the business performance of our customers, while enabling them to achieve agility at a lower cost and drive growth.”

The ARIS Platform from IDS Scheer delivers a suite of BPA offerings that enables companies to achieve business process excellence through packaged tools and methods for analyzing, optimizing, communicating and implementing business processes. The integrated ARIS Value Engineering approach includes models for defining strategies, identifying improvement potentials and managing change processes. With a proven track record for delivering sustainable value in the areas of Business Process Improvement, Business Process Transformation and BPM Governance, ARIS has been recognized as a market leading BPA solution since 1996.

To review the winners and losers in the latest report head over to the BPM redux blog and access the report in full.


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