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Independent analyst and systems architect specializing in business process management and Enterprise 2.0. Previously founded two successful product and service companies focusing on content management, BPM and e-commerce. Featured conference speaker on BPM and its impact on business, and writes the Column 2 blog on BPM and Enterprise 2.0. All posts are © Sandy Kemsley.

6 responses to “BonitaSoft Open Source BPM”

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  3. DaveW

    I’ve been using BOS 5.4 in evaluation, and am impressed. I agree that the toolkit is far more integrated, and easier to use, than Activiti and jBPM.

    The BAM and CM features you describe are not in the free version. Instead, they require the purchase of a support package. The price of the support package is not public information.

    The list of connectors is impressive, but it is not clear how capable the connectors are or the breadth of compatibility with various versions of the systems that they intend to connect to.

    Are there any commercial toolkits that combine the ease of use and feature set of BOS 5.4? The Gartner BPM report does not seem to include FOSS solutions, but I see Lombardi, Appian (sp?), and Pega as leaders. Are those viable alternatives to BOS in terms of development and run-time experience, and what about cost? One must still take the toolkit and build something that has business value. A big capital outlay upfront is generally not a good thing if the first deployment doesn’t happen for 6-12 months.

    1. Deep Alias

      Dear friends

      I can not find bonita bpm commercial license.
      any one can help me to see the price list?

      1. Jonny

        You have to contact them for pricing, but the commercial license options are detailed here:

        Contact page:

  4. Michael Thompson

    They are makin so much BonitaSoft, a provider of open source business process management (BPM) solutions, they announced that it has landed $11 million in funding in a Series B round led by Serena Capital.
    I think bonitasoft is going to be on top in opensource.