IBM has announced that it plans to acquire Business Process Management (BPM) maven Lombardi for an undisclosed sum.
BPM can help businesses automate and integrate various business processes, which can reduce costs while increasing efficiency. IBM said that Lombardi’s department-level approach to BPM complements IBM’s existing process management services and should help companies looking for an end-to-end, integrated platform that automates human tasks and workflows.
“Any discussion on business improvement inevitably leads to improving the processes that are at the heart of every company," said Craig Hayman, general manager, IBM application and integration middleware. "Recognising this, IBM has strengthened its presence and investments in business process and integration software to meet these growing client demands. Lombardi fills out our company's portfolio in this key area.”
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