Technologent and BP Logix Partner Up to Facilitate Digital Transformation Efforts

Technologent and BP Logix Partner Up to Facilitate Digital Transformation Efforts

Technologent, a global provider of IT, data, cloud and security services, and BP Logix, provider of low-code/no-code Business Process Management (BPM) solutions for rapid digital application development, yesterday announced a strategic partnership.

The relationship, which is based on Process Director and its Process Timeline technology, will facilitate digital transformation and low-code/no code enterprise solution development for Technologent customers worldwide, empowering them to achieve the fastest time-to-value.

BP Logix describes Process Director as an easy-to-deploy, business-friendly BPM solution that enables analysts and non-programmers to create engaging, end-to-end digital applications. Process Director’s award-winning predictive, Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled architecture allows for a smooth and powerful digital transformation journey.

“Technologent strives to deliver IT solutions that ensure a leaner, more agile business model for our customers,” stated Heather Gonzalez, VP, Marketing and Strategic Alliances. “The ever-expanding requirements of global customers for digital transformation led us to partner with BP Logix. Our alliance with BP Logix offers customers a significant advantage as they transform their businesses for the digital age,” she observed.

“Process Director’s out-of-the-box offering facilitates the digital transformation that partners, and their customers, are seeking – and does so with the fastest time-to-value,” stated Jay O’Brien, CEO of BP Logix. “Our goal in partnering with Technologent is to provide the quickest opportunity for customers to make the transition to an exciting and rewarding digital world.”

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