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Leading Open Source BPM and Workflow Solution ProcessMaker Now Available in Nine Languages

Colosa's open source business process management (BPM) and workflow software ProcessMaker (www.processmaker.com) is available in nine languages, in response to growing global demand for truly localized open source workflow software, designed with small and mid-sized businesses in mind.ProcessMaker is an attractive choice for organizations seeking a web-based, open source, powerful and low-cost option for automating crucial organizational processes and workflow, regardless of region or language. The localizations have been driven by an expanding global developer community embracing ProcessMaker, comprising nearly 1,000 contributors. ProcessMaker has most recently been translated into Italian and Danish, reflecting a growing global user community. It is also available in English, Spanish, Portuguese, German, French, Finnish, and Polish.Brian Reale, CEO of Colosa, said, "We've seen a lot of uptake recently in ProcessMaker. We are extremely pleased by how fast it's spread around the world, and how quickly our dedicated community turned around translations for our software, with two in just the last two months. The community is demanding more translations, and we want to help facilitate that growth." ProcessMaker was recently selected as a Finalist for two SourceForge Community Choice Awards and has experienced increasing downloads globally and strong international presence, supported by a network of 16 partners in 13 countries.

About Colosa/ProcessMaker

Colosa is a developer of software solutions that enable companies to automate approval based workflow processes by interconnecting people and systems seamlessly across organizations. The company's flagship product, ProcessMaker®, is available as a free open source application. Enterprise customers can purchase ProcessMaker's Enterprise support plan which includes SLAs, IP indemnification, upgrade support and more. ProcessMaker is an AJAX enabled, SOA, web-based application that allows
users across single and multiple sites to create and share workflows, create custom forms, route processes, and improve management control.


ProcessMaker OSS is available for download at
http://www.processmaker.com/download-processmaker/.Colosa was founded in 2000 and has customers in local and central
government, telecom, oil & gas, insurance, banking, and other
industries. Colosa has offices in Brooklyn, NY; La Paz, Bolivia; and
Lima, Peru.

For more information visit www.processmaker.com

Nathaniel Palmer
Author: Nathaniel PalmerWebsite: http://bpm.com
VP and CTO
Rated as the #1 Most Influential Thought Leader in Business Process Management (BPM) by independent research, Nathaniel Palmer is recognized as one of the early originators of BPM, and has led the design for some of the industry’s largest-scale and most complex projects involving investments of $200 Million or more. Today he is the Editor-in-Chief of BPM.com, as well as the Executive Director of the Workflow Management Coalition, as well as VP and CTO of BPM, Inc. Previously he had been the BPM Practice Director of SRA International, and prior to that Director, Business Consulting for Perot Systems Corp, as well as spent over a decade with Delphi Group serving as VP and CTO. He frequently tops the lists of the most recognized names in his field, and was the first individual named as Laureate in Workflow. Nathaniel has authored or co-authored a dozen books on process innovation and business transformation, including “Intelligent BPM” (2013), “How Knowledge Workers Get Things Done” (2012), “Social BPM” (2011), “Mastering the Unpredictable” (2008) which reached #2 on the Amazon.com Best Seller’s List, “Excellence in Practice” (2007), “Encyclopedia of Database Systems” (2007) and “The X-Economy” (2001). He has been featured in numerous media ranging from Fortune to The New York Times to National Public Radio. Nathaniel holds a DISCO Secret Clearance as well as a Position of Trust with in the U.S. federal government.

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