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Microsoft (with help from G360) adds BPMN to Visio

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

It’s safe to say that despite the proliferation of real BPMN tools, the majority of BPMN-like process diagrams that exist in the world have been created in Microsoft Visio. For me, Visio – by itself – was always just a “drawing” tool, not a real modeling tool. Even if you could find a BPMN stencil for Visio – there were a couple for BPMN 1.0, but it got harder to do with stencils as the standard evolved – the tool didn’t understand the BPMN semantics, the parent-child diagram relationships.

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