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BPM Wave International AG Once Again Selected as Beacon Award Finalist at the IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference (PWLC) 2014

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BPM Wave International AG Once Again Selected as Beacon Award Finalist at the IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference (PWLC) 2014

Press release date: February 18, 2014

BPM Wave's Plenary™ was recognized as a top business solution, grounded in best in class IBM BPM and Middleware technology

Switzerland — BPM Wave was selected as a Beacon Award Finalist in the "Smarter Solutions / Outstanding Competitive Solution” category, at the IBM PartnerWorld Leadership Conference (PWLC) 2014. The Beacon Awards recognize the best solutions IBM Business Partners have delivered to clients around the world, by using IBM products and services.

BPM Wave received this recognition for the implementation of their Plenary™ decision management solution across Banking – (Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group), Aviation – (Kuwait Airways Corporation) and Manufacturing – (AEM Timisoara) sectors.

At Bendigo and Adelaide Bank, Plenary automates a group of strategic commercial banking process applications, including Credit card authorization, Deposit account openings and Mortgage discharge, to name some. At Kuwait Airways, Plenary was implemented as part of the Integrated Human Capital Management system for managing all its mission critical HR business processes. BPM Wave also implemented Plenary within the integrated information system for production planning and execution at AEM Timisoara. Plenary ensures wide spread corporate governance in the areas of greatest financial, operational and legal exposure by automating mission critical decision processes and offering full control and visibility into all decisions and stakeholders.

"We are very honoured to receive this distinction for Plenary and its application within such diverse organizations.  It further illustrates the unique value of Plenary as an industry independent foundation for multi path, dynamic, rules intensive decision processes, while offering an advanced user experience, significantly enhanced end user manageability and a rapid deployment framework for scaling process applications within the enterprise," states Adela Cornescu, CEO of BPM Wave International AG.

IBM's PartnerWorld brings together every year more than 1,500 Business Partners and IBM executives from around the world to share best practices and examples of delivering innovation and business value.

More information on: https://www-304.ibm.com/partnerworld/wps/servlet/ContentHandler/pw_com_prb_beacon

About BPM Wave
BPM Wave provides business performance improvement  solutions that help optimize the performance of a company's most missions critical business processes, instill a continuous improvement cycle in a company's operations and monitor all key metrics to organizational performance.

Over the past 10 years, BPM Wave has developed a deep BPM solution portfolio that includes business process improvement offerings for gaining increased governance and control across a variety of key organizational operational areas such as Finance, Human Capital Management, Contract and Policy Management, Investment Analysis, Inventory Monitoring and Production Planning, to name some. Included in this portfolio are our Award Winning applications, Plenary™, a governance platform for orchestrating corporate wide approvals across virtually every area of primary capital, legislative and contractual risk and MCP™, a supply chain orchestration solution for major capital investment portfolio management.

Plenary, MCPTM and our other BPM solutions have been implemented across 18 countries and a broad spectrum of Public and Private sector verticals such as Banking, Oil and Gas, Energy and Utilities, Manufacturing and Construction, to name some.

More information about the company and solution portfolio on www.bpmwave.ch.

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