Savvion Named A Top 50 Technology For Manufacturing
- Published: August 11, 2007
Savvion®, Inc., the industry’s leading business process management (BPM) company, today announced that START-IT magazine, a leading publication for manufacturers, has named Savvion Business Manager ™ 7.0 a winner of a Top 50 Technology Award. The Top 50 Technology Awards honor products that target the manufacturing space and help companies to improve their business practices. Winning products were gauged on their uniqueness and functionality in the market.
“The products selected as winners in the first Top 50 Technologies possess unique capabilities and characteristics in today’s marketplace. While considering hundreds of applicants, the editors of START-IT chose products that fit the needs of the manufacturing community,” said Peggy Smedley, editorial director of START-IT. “These companies are providing manufacturers with innovative and emerging technologies that enhance revenue opportunities and improve business practices.”
“We are honored to be recognized as one of the Top 50 Technologies for manufacturers by START-IT magazine,” said Shawn Price, president and CEO of Savvion. “Manufacturers who rely on Savvion experience agility in the real world today. BPM helps not only manufacturing organizations, but companies in all sectors minimize hand-offs, improve quality, and get goods to market faster than ever before. Improving these key areas with Savvion can lead to significant innovation and market leadership for any organization.”
Manufacturing organizations in the global marketplace face numerous challenges as they strive to design, produce, and distribute world-class goods and related services to market. Many companies diagnose their ability to manage their end-to-end product lifecycles as the lifeblood in an increasingly global marketplace. Whether in high technology manufacturing industries or in the supply chain sectors, companies who rely on Savvion Business Manager 7.0 are more aware of customer needs and can get better products to market faster, as well as liquidate channel blockages easier, to sustain market leadership. Savvion Business Manager 7.0 is the easiest way for everyone in the organization to create, manage, and optimize business processes across the entire lifecycle – from the birth of an idea, through process creation, to the eventual outsourcing of the process for maximum cost savings. Recently, a START-IT survey showed that 51% of manufacturers will spend $50,000 or more on technology in the coming year. As manufacturers move toward spending more on innovative technology, the advantage of providing leading-edge solutions becomes more profitable.
“The winners of the Top 50 Technologies are playing a crucial role in the advancement of today’s technology, and the companies listed here may well be the beneficiary of manufacturers’ investment in 2008,” added Smedley.
About Savvion Savvion is the leading provider of business process management (BPM) software that improves business performance and reduces costs. Savvion has a proven track record of turning process improvement ideas into real-world solutions quickly, often in as few as 30 days, and delivering a return on investment as high as 300%. More than 300 global business enterprises, public service agencies, and systems integration firms, including 20 of the Fortune 100, use Savvion systems to manage their business. Savvion is recognized by Intelligent Enterprise as one of the most influential companies in information technology today, and is a Leader in the Forrester Wave for BPM. To start down the path of process improvement, download the Savvion Process Modeler available for free at www.savvion.com/startnow. Or visit the Savvion Process Xchange, where people can connect with a community of interest devoted to business process management, at www.processxchange.com.
Headquartered in Santa Clara, California, Savvion can be reached at www.savvion.com or 888-544-5511.
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