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Can I use Redmine as a BPM? 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 12/28/2017 11:27:10 AM)
I work in a small organization (50 employees), and we need to manage business processes. Now we use mail, and it is terrible.

We can buy a big system like an IBM BPM or Pega, or try to use Redmine. I have extensive experience in Redmine, but I can not understand what is the-the IBM BPM or Pega.

That will be more effective? May you suggest the pros and cons of each solution?

I know that is a project management application, not BPM, but maybe sometimes it can be used as very simple BPM system?
 
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Re: Can I use Redmine as a BPM? 
Modified By Kimbo  on 1/1/2018 6:42:19 PM)

Lots of cheaper options around than Pega or anything made by IBM. Do some requirements and then some market research based on your requirements. 

 

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