Cordys Blends BPM and ‘Cloud’ with ECOSystem Offering

Cordys is blending the best of BPM and cloud computing with the debut demo of its Enterprise Cloud Orchestration System (ECOSystem). The technology was demonstrated at the Gartner Business Process Management Summit 2009 in San Diego.

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Cordys is blending the best of BPM and cloud computing with the debut demo of its Enterprise Cloud Orchestration System (ECOSystem). The technology was demonstrated at the Gartner Business Process Management Summit 2009 in San Diego.

Cordys' ECOSystem, available on a subscription based pricing model, will offer enterprises a more flexible and cost-effective approach to deploying business applications, company officials said.

"As organizations begin looking to exploit the cloud for innovative business applications, it is important that they adopt a process centric approach to cloud computing, using BPM techniques to ensure compliance, governance and control," said Jon Pyke, Chief Strategy Officer of Cordys, in a statement.

At its heart, the Cordys ECOSystem provides enterprises a flexible, responsive and cost-effective cloud platform for developing business applications and delivers cloud applications using BPM techniques to ensure compliance, governance and control. The subscription-based model also provides companies more control over their CapEx and OpEx spending.

"With an enterprise assembly and orchestration layer in the cloud, Cordys enables organizations to do just this," Pyke said In the current credit crisis, this new approach couldn't have come at a better time, providing organizations with the opportunity to preserve cash while at the same time driving business growth and competitiveness in a global market economy."

The company said the service enables dynamic service provisioning, uses existing IT investments and supports any type of workflow. It also offers complete integration and middleware capabilities in the cloud, the company said.

Cordys is also the developer of the Process Factory, an On-Demand service which enables users to develop and execute web-based and process-enabled mashup applications.




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