The 10 Best Business Process Management Software Tools to Consider

The 10 Best Business Process Management Software Tools to Consider

Capterra helps people find the best business software with the software reviews, ratings, infographics, and the most comprehensive list of the top business software products available. So if you’re in the market for a new Business Process Management (BPM) solution, Capterra’s list of BPM software can help. Each solution is rated on a five star scale, and if that isn’t enough, you can always download our BPM Buyer’s Guide and compare the top-24 BPM vendors to help you select the right BPM software that best fits your organizations business needs.

 

FlowForma offers no code workflow automation tools that provide business experts with low entry costs and rapid process development. An award-winning Microsoft Office 365 app, FlowForma Process Automation is revolutionizing the traditional BPM space, enabling business users and Heads of Departments to quickly implement processes such as HR onboarding, new product development and clinical trials as well as many others, increasing organizational efficiency and productivity

For an even deeper breakdown of each provider listed, consult our buyer’s guide.


Process Street is an easy to use platform that allows you to manage your teams workflows and recurring business processes. Their BPM software allows you to quickly create workflows, checklists, and stand operating procedures (SOP’s). Starting at $15/month per user, Process Street’s BPM software can let you track workflows and processes, collaborate with your team and integrate with over 400 plus apps.

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Bpm’online studio is the intelligent BPM and low-code platform that offers out-of-the-box solutions and templates to allow medium businesses and large enterprises to easily manage and optimize their business processes. With deployment options in the cloud and on-premise, thousands of customers worldwide use bpm’online to automate their most important business processes. Bpm’online studio starts at $25/month per user and provides all the tools for the full cycle of process management: design, execution, monitoring and analysis.

For an even deeper breakdown of each provider listed, consult our buyer’s guide.


Nintex is the world leader in Workflow Automation and Intelligent Process Automation (IPA). Nintex advanced workflows welcome complexity. They streamline the sophisticated, non-linear processes that make up the core of your business. Automation can reduce process time from months to weeks or even days, so your business can accomplish the things it’s designed to. Nintex provides a quick and easy way to streamline processes in a straightforward manner, integrate content, and empower people wherever they are. It’s about people-driven design and people-friendly participation and improving processes.

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Pegasystems

PegaSystems offers a Business Process Management tool that is developed on Java and OOP concepts. The platform allows users to quickly assemble an executable business application using visual tools. Pegasystems has an extensive history of developing applications that offer support services to carry out daily operations like sales, marketing, and services. The system supports case lifecycle management allowing business owners to develop a process flow that brings people and technology together for routine automation and improving reliability and
efficiency in the case of unexpected events.

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Signavio’s Business Transformation Suite allows you to model, analyze, optimize and execute your processes and decisions in one platform. What’s featured in the Suite includes: Signavio Process Manager, Signavio Workflow Accelerator, Signavio Process Intelligence and Signavio Collaboration Hub.  Starting at $2000/year per user, the Signavio Business Transformation Suite is a dynamic process management system that helps you quickly realign your organization and brings changes to life immediately.

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Agiloft brings agility and control to even your most complex task workflows and business processes. The company’s BPM solution streamlines your processes to increase overall business efficiency. Starting at $45/month per user, Agiloft’s BPM platform is trusted by over three million users and provides powerful workflow functionality, customizable business rules, and flexible task templates work together to automate and manage any business process without the need for custom code.

For an even deeper breakdown of each provider listed, consult our buyer’s guide.


Comidor offers smart software solutions that connect all major business functions in an interdependent way. The company’s BPM platform smooths the way for creation of an open collaborative environment by engaging people and teams, allowing high flow of information, giving all the tools to monitor each process and improving final outcome. Starting at $12/month per user, Comidor Low-Code BPM Platform smartly connects people, things, data and processes to provide unique user experience and unparalleled business agility

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ProcessMaker specializes in BPM and workflow software. The company’s BPM solution, Enterprise, allows you to improve efficiency, run, report, and optimize your business processes within an intuitive, user-friendly interface. With deployment options on-premise and in the cloud, thousands of companies across the globe turn to ProcessMaker Enterprise for a highly available, production-ready, multi-language compatible BPM solution.

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Integrify is a leading BPM software provider focusing on ease of use, rapid deployment, broad scalability and high Return on Investment (ROI). Starting at $40/month per user, Integrify is the choice for large enterprises looking to automate business processes involving a high amount of human intervention, where open integration with other systems is a priority and ease of use is critical.

For an even deeper breakdown of each provider listed, consult our buyer’s guide.


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Looking for more? Download our Business Process Management Buyer’s Guide for free to compare the top-24 products available on the market with full page vendor profiles. The guide includes four key capabilities to look for in a BPM platform, plus questions to ask before purchasing. It’s truly the perfect resource for anyone looking to find the right BPM for their business/organization, or those looking to replace an existing one.

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Elizabeth Quirk

Elizabeth Quirk

Liz is an enterprise technology writer covering Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Process Management (BPM) and Talent Management Suites (TMS) at Solutions Review. She attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where she attained a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Journalism. You can reach her at equirk@solutionsreview.com
Elizabeth Quirk

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