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Singularity announced the release of LiveAgility, their SaaS BPMS offering, on January 21st 2010. Like all SaaS offerings this means users can cost the purchase of software on an OPEX rather CAPEX basis.
Based on what Singularity describe as “ a low” monthly subscription fee, LiveAgility users are able to model, execute, monitor and improve their business processes. Singularity is also offering to take care of the hardware, software, security, data etc. needed to operate the solution. Padraig Canavan, CEO of Singularity, commented, “Organizations today need business process support that is fast and easy to engage while also being quick to evolve as business needs change. Whether the challenge is to be better, faster or cheaper; the pressure on organizations to execute their day-today business processes more efficiently is growing. The speed at which new ideas can be put into practice is also increasingly important and it is to meet these challenges that we are bringing LiveAgility to market.”
Having been given an advanced preview of the product about a month ago, one of the tings I liked was the user interface, which is based on Apple iApps view, where the windows work on a carousel pull in. LiveAgility is a Rich Internet Application, developed using Microsoft’s latest SilverLight technology. Olivia Bushe, Marketing Manager at Singularity, described this interface, “LiveAgility’s 3-dimensional user interface and underlying SaaS architecture mean that anyone who can use a smartphone can now design and execute business processes quickly, easily and affordably,”
Singularity is offering users the chance to have a free trial. (go to www.liveagility.com ).