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Comparing the Oracle Process Cloud and Oracle BPM Suite

Oracle’s BPM technology heritage may be principally in automating application integration flows, but in recent years the breadth of applicability of the Oracle BPM Suite has been steadily extended. A new companion service, the Oracle Process Cloud, has been released: this cloud-based service uses the same underlying technology as the Oracle BPM Suite, but is packaged and delivered in a way that significantly simplifies the experience of designing, building and deploying process applications (taking its lead from the web-based Process Composer design toolset that Oracle had already been working on for some time).

There are important differences between the two offerings that it’s important to understand if you’re looking to make an investment: each offering has its own strengths and weaknesses.

This is an extract from a new in-depth assessment report by Research Director Neil Ward-Dutton.

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