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Intalio, Inc., a leading open-source BPMS company, has announced the release of Intalio|BPMS 5.2 with new features aimed at enterprise customers. The new services available in the latest release address enterprise requirements for monitoring and managing business activities, support for the latest industry standards, and increased stability and performance integrated into a wide array of platforms.

"We have spent the last nine years building an enterprise-ready BPMS that can compete on the same level as the largest vendors in the industry," said Ismael Ghalimi, Intalio CEO and co-founder. "With this release, I am happy to say we have arrived. And coming off several quarters of year-over-year growth at over 125 percent, I am confident that this version will continue that success."

Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) provides corporations with a unified view of their business through Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), dashboards, and reports. Including BAM within Intalio|BPMS 5.2 allows companies to define their KPIs in Intalio|BPMS 5.2 for real-time analyses of the data necessary to run core business functions. Dashboard components can be configured to track that information in easily understood data visualization tools such as charts and graphs. The reports can also be exported and shared via PDF documents and spreadsheets.

"Intalio|BPMS is standards-based and brings with it a solid architectural foundation required to implement robust process solutions," said Sashi Varanasi, enterprise architect for product architecture at Travelocity. "The built-in support for W3C standards such as XSD, XML, XPath and others has given us the ability to solve complex problems easily."

Enterprise companies rely on standards to ensure that work done on BPM projects is interoperable between different systems. Business Process Management Notation (BPMN) is the standard adopted by most BPM vendors. BPMN creates a common language for designing processes. Intalio is the first BPMS company to support the latest version of that standard - BPMN 1.1. Using BPMN 1.1 allows companies freedom from getting locked into vendors selling proprietary applications. Intalio is also the first BPMS company to provide native support for HTTP and REST protocols. What this means is that companies developing BPM projects in Intalio|BPMS 5.2 have built-in capabilities to integrate Web 2.0 applications into their processes such as Google, Amazon, or Salesforce - applications that are increasing in adoption throughout the enterprise. Legacy applications can now co-exist with new cutting edge technologies in a single business process.

"We are using Intalio|BPMS integrated with our product, intra-mart V7.0, which provides regulatory compliance for Japanese companies," stated Hideaki Tanaka, senior executive manager of corporate strategy planning for NTT Data Intramart. "The equivalent to SOX regulations for Japan has been enforced since April 2008. With the new extensions for the user interface we were able to easily implement our own look and feel, which our customers are used to with the powerful BPMS engine Intalio provides. The reaction of our users for V7.0 is great, and we look forward to significant growth in the near future."

Enterprise BPM projects involve disparate applications deployed in a global environment. Intalio|BPMS 5.2 is now certified on over 300 combinations of hardware, operating systems, application servers, and databases - the most widely certified BPMS in the industry. Internationalization has enabled global adoption throughout the enterprise. Integration with other applications via Web services has been simplified through automatic importing of the code that defines the service, the Web Services Definition Language (WSDL). In addition to the largest deployment of a BPM project in existence, with 250,000 steps over a five-year process, the latest release offers stability increases; making Intalio|BPMS more ready for the enterprise than ever before.

For more detailed information, visit the What's New page on the Intalio website. For more information on Intalio, please visit http://www.intalio.com/ or subscribe to the RSS feed at www.intalio.com/site/feeds.

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About Intalio, Inc.

Intalio is the leading vendor of Open Source BPM and SOA software. The Intalio Business Process Platform empowers organizations of all sizes to develop process-driven applications faster, better, and cheaper. Founded in July 1999, Intalio is a privately-held, venture-backed company located in Palo Alto, California. For more information on Intalio, call 650-596-1800 or visit http://www.intalio.com/.



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