10 best BPM software programs and tools

Organizations of all sizes can use BPM tools to meet a variety of needs. Here are some of the top-rated and best-known tools.

  1. ProcessMaker

  2. ProcessMaker allows you to design, automate, and deploy business processes and workflows. Process templates and integration tools are available. A free open-source version, which can be run locally and requires some IT expertise to set up, is available on GitHub. ProcessMaker also offers an enterprise cloud version with greater functionality and full support.

    Process Maker
    Process Maker
  3. Lucidchart

  4. Businesses can use Lucidchart process flow diagram software to create workflow diagrams that are useful for modeling, analysis, documentation, and communication. Single-user, team, and enterprise plans are available.

    Lucidchart
    Lucidchart
  5. Kissflow

  6. Kissflow provides a platform to optimize, manage, and track your work. It offers three pricing plans for organizations of various sizes. Features include custom report templates, user-friendly dashboards, and advanced workflow and form design.

    Kissflow
    Kissflow
  7. Zoho Creator

  8. Zoho Creator is a low-code, multi-platform, application development tool for creating workflows, forms, and reports through a drag-and-drop interface. It also comes with a set of prebuilt ready-to-use apps for managing inventory, sales, logistics, events, and many other processes.

    Zoho Creator
    Zoho Creator
  9. Nintex

  10. Nintex offers intuitive visual tools to design and manage automated workflows. Integrations with SharePoint, Salesforce, and other software tools are available.

    Nintex
    Nintex
  11. monday.com

  12. monday.com is a workflow process manager used for project, product, and team management across many industries. There are four plans for different sized organizations; pricing varies with the number of users.

    Monday.com
    Monday.com
  13. Appian

  14. Appian provides a model-driven, low-code platform for building process-centric and case-centric applications to monitor and improve business processes. It offers a variety of solutions for many different industries.

    Appian
    Appian
  15. Bizagi

  16. Bizagi provides solutions for digital and robotic process automation. The company offers business process modeling software, application development, and a platform to automate processes across the enterprise.

    Bizagi
    Bizagi
  17. K2

  18. K2’s digital process automation software allows you to create applications without heavy coding, automate workflows through a drag-and-drop designer, and control all your business process apps via a single platform.

    K2
    K2
  19. Tallyfy

  20. Tallyfy allows you to create and run custom workflows. Define your forms, approvals, and processes; create real-time workflows that clients and employees can access; and improve any type of process. Tallyfy offers intuitive design, security, and integrations with Slack, Outlook, Microsoft Teams, and more.

Tallyfy
Tallyfy
This article is originally published on Apr 09, 2020, and updated on May 26, 2021.
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