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The Beginning of the End in BPM?

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

This morning Progress Software announced the acquisition of Savvion for $49 Million. On the heels of last month’s acquisition of Lombardi by IBM, I think it’s safe to say this marks a real turning point in the market for BPMS. To me it is a disquieting one, as it suggests the failure of BPM’s “business empowerment” promise to translate into sustainable revenue for the platform vendor. The transaction price here is kind of shocking, surely a sign of the shaky current economy, but the larger trend is also disturbing.

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