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Three Cool Things About Pega

Blog: Method & Style (Bruce Silver)

Last week I got an in-depth briefing from Pegasystems. I wrote a report on their SmartBPM Suite v4.2 in the 2006 BPMS Report Series, but they’ve made some subtle tweaks to the product in v5.1. More than that, they’ve changed the way they talk about it, which for me helps tremendously in thinking about Pega in context of other BPMS offerings. And I came away quite impressed.

If you remember the old Pega, it was always about rules and object-oriented design. Everything was a rule — routing, integration, user interface… in addition to actual business rules. Plus they would go on forever about object inheritance, polymorphism, and all that yucky stuff. Now it’s about ease of development, managing complexity, and solution value out of the box. Can I dig that? Yes I can.

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