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Blog: Things BPMN - Vishal Saxena

Dear readers,

I apologize profusely for the extended absence. As some of you may know or may have noticed, I have changed my organization. It doesnt mean I have changed my passion. The love of writing game changing software is still close to my heart and I continue my pursuit in a different environment.
For the past year or so, I am leading the engineering, product management, QA, support and documentation teams at Intalio. Intalio is the open source BPM vendor. Intalio provides a very well integrated, well tested and widely adopted BPM software at a fraction of the cost. The biggest strength of Intalio is its people. Most of my team comprises of star developers that are committers on various open source projects at Apache etc. Thats why you get a completely integrated BPM suite with a BPMN modeler, a clustered, load-tested server, BAM, BRE, Portal, Human Task, Connectors and what not. All installed in one click – less than 1 minute install time and some great community and mailing list to support users getting started with BPM for the first time. I am amazed at what a smaller team of rock star developers can do and deliver in a short span of time.

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