Signavio today announced its Signavio Process Editor 6.0 has achieved SAP-certified integration with the SAP NetWeaver® Cloud. Signavio developed this solution by taking advantage of the resources and tools available as a participant in the recently launched SAP NetWeaver Cloud Applications Partner program. The company also leveraged its deep experience delivering business process management (BPM) solutions as a cloud service. The Signavio Process Editor solution is the first application to achieve SAP-certified integration with SAP NetWeaver Cloud and is now available on the SAP Store.
The SAP Integration and Certification Center (SAP ICC) has certified Signavio Process Editor 6.0 for its integration with SAP NetWeaver Cloud release 1.0 via the SAP NetWeaver Cloud Applications certification scenario. Signavio also successfully demonstrated the capability of Signavio Process Editor 6.0 to be deployed on SAP NetWeaver Cloud. Through the integration with SAP NetWeaver Cloud, customers using Signavio Process Editor have easy access to a professional process modeling platform that provides software quality and data protection. As a completely web-based modeling tool, no installation is required and administration efforts are kept to a minimum.
“Delivering our application, now certified for integration with SAP NetWeaver Cloud, provides an even more attractive technical solution to customers,” said Gero Decker, CEO of Signavio. “SAP NetWeaver Cloud is an excellent platform. It leverages SAP’s knowledge about mission-critical business technology and the power of the cloud. We are very pleased to have worked with the team at SAP, helping Signavio Process Editor become the first solution SAP-certified for integration with SAP NetWeaver Cloud.”
The SAP NetWeaver Cloud Applications Partner program gives partners full access to SAP NetWeaver Cloud. It offers a comprehensive set of enablement tools, benefits and support that will help them to quickly and efficiently develop, market and sell cloud applications that meet customers’ needs.
“We applaud Signavio as the first partner to deliver a solution that has achieved certified integration with SAP NetWeaver Cloud,” said Thorsten Leiduck, global vice president, Platform, Ecosystem and eChannels, SAP. “The SAP NetWeaver Cloud Applications Partner program is intended to help spur development and creation of powerful cloud applications by our strong and growing partner ecosystem. We welcome this accomplishment highlighting the power of our platform combined with expertise of Signavio.”
In addition, Signavio has launched its storefront on the SAP Store, where it will market and sell the Signavio Process Editor. SAP Store offers close to 1,700 solutions from both SAP and over 1,000 solution partners for business analytics, mobile apps, cloud solutions, and other business process software and services. The Store is available on the Web at www.sapstore.com and mobile versions are also available for iOS and Android devices.
Signavio offers a web-based solution for modeling and optimizing business processes according to industry standard BPMN 2.0. The company’s solution combines the richness of a professional BPM solution with the advantages of collaboration in the cloud. Using innovative technology, Signavio’s QuickModel (i.e., spreadsheet-like process design) ensures that all business stakeholders can be directly engaged in process improvement initiatives without knowing modeling conventions. With Signavio’s Software as a Service Edition, users, can start optimizing business process across the enterprise right away, without any server or client side software installation.
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