The new release of ProcessMaker includes major improvements to the Process and Forms Designers, improved support for BPMN 2.0, and the release of a stunning new RESTful API.
NY, NY – July 22, 2014- Colosa, the developer of the ProcessMaker open source business process management (BPM) and workflow software (www.processmaker.com) announced today the release of the much anticipated Version 3.0 of its industry leading BPM and Workflow platform. The new version is available for immediate download from the ProcessMaker website and is also available as a hosted solution in the ProcessMaker Cloud.
ProcessMaker 3.0 includes a number of innovative new features designed to improve functionality and enhance the user experience. With the release of ProcessMaker 3.0 users will find the following exciting new features:
1) A native responsive UI HTML 5 Form Designer with multi-column drag and drop designing
2) A new jquery BPMN 2.0 process designer with support for undo, redo, zoom, multi-object grab and drag, and much more
3) A powerful new REST API which will give developers full control over all functions in both the designer and the run-time engine
4) Support for additional new BPMN 2.0 elements such as message and timer start events, and sub-process call activities among others
“The ProcessMaker 3.0 release marks another major milestone for us,” explained Colosa CEO Brian Reale, “We know that process designers will love the new jquery BPMN process designer and HTML 5 responsive UI forms designer, but the real excitement is in the RESTful API. We have worked for the past year to develop the new API, and this now opens up a whole new world of extensibility to developers and OEM clients that want to connect to and extend the ProcessMaker platform.”
Colosa is the developer of ProcessMaker Open Source BPMS & Workflow, ProcessMapper Social Process Designer, and ProcessMaker SugarCRM Edition. ProcessMaker is a leading Workflow and BPM software suite that makes it simple for companies to automate form-based approval driven processes and interconnect existing company systems. Colosa is headquartered in New York and has a partner network spread across 30 countries and on five continents. Hundreds of commercial customers including several Fortune 100 companies rely on ProcessMaker to run their processes. ProcessMaker is available in 17 different languages and has been downloaded half a million times.