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Seven Leading Tools Revolutionizing Workflows in 2024

SoftwareReviews, a leading source for insights on the software provider landscape and a division of Info-Tech Research Group, has published its 2024 Low-Code Business Process Management Emotional Footprint Report. The report names seven providers as Champions for the year across the enterprise and midmarket spaces for low-code BPM software.

A low-code BPM system simplifies automation by enabling it at the API level, eliminating the need for in-depth coding knowledge or technical skills. Retaining many traditional BPM tool functionalities, including process mapping, design, and analysis, these solutions make  systems user-friendly for both business professionals and IT specialists.

“Low- and no-code BPM empowers users to tailor their automation to their specific needs and context so that they are more productive and innovative,” says Andrew Kum-Seun, BPM expert at SoftwareReviews and research director at Info-Tech Research Group. “This capability also encourages the business and IT to build trust, respect, and accountability with each other by working more closely together.”

For organizations seeking the ideal low-code BPM software option that is best aligned with their specific requirements, SoftwareReviews’ report spotlights the leading providers for the year. This recognition is based on authentic feedback from 485 users and SoftwareReviews’ Emotional Footprint assessment.

The 2024 Low-Code BPM Enterprise Software Champions are as follows:

The 2024 Low-Code BPM Midmarket Software Champions are as follows:

With low-code BPM, staff can swiftly design business apps and automate tasks even without extensive coding know-how. However, there can be challenges in adopting these solutions, making it crucial to opt for a platform with robust training and resources.

User assessments of software categories on SoftwareReviews provide an accurate and detailed view of the constantly changing market. SoftwareReviews’ reports are informed by data from users and IT professionals who have intimate experience with the software throughout the procurement, implementation, and maintenance processes.

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