Change is the only Constant

"It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change" said Charles Darwin. Organizations are no exception to these wise words. CIOs constantly strive to make IT deliver maximum value to the business. They look for ways to bring in state-of-the-art technology that improves business solutions, enable better empowerment to business users and build strong capabilities while lowering costs. Software giants like IBM put their engineering muscle to bring best possible innovation to their platforms. For example, IBM BPM has seen some significant innovation in last few years ever since it was acquired by IBM in 2010 and continues to be ranked in the leader’s quadrant by Forrester and Gartner.

Get to the Most Current Release

BPM ReleaseSuper Expiration
IBM BPM 8.5Under Support
IBM BPM 8.0.1Under Support
IBM BPM 8.0Under Support
IBM BPM 7.5.1Under Support
IBM BPM 7.5Under Support
WLE 7.2Will expire on April 2016
WLE 7.1Expired on Sept 2013
Teamworks 6.xExpired on Sept 2013

The Upgrade Dilemma

Upgrading to a new version is easier said than done, even more so, if an organization has a large and complex BPM implementation on an older version of the product. If you are one of those who are impressed by IBM's innovation in the recent versions of IBM BPM but are apprehensive about the potentially painful upgrade process, then you should attend this webinar. We often come across customers who are stuck with an old version of Lombardi, whose extended support has either expired or about to expire. Such customers face support challenges and also not able to take advantage of the latest BPM innovations. We have developed a structured and proven methodology to help our customers upgrade from your current version to IBM BPM 8.x.

Achieving a Successful Upgrade

Princeton Blue invites you to view replay of a webinar on “Upgrading to IBM BPM 8.x”. This live offers guidance, shares best practices on preparing for your next upgrade to IBM BPM 8.x. We have discussed some of our past upgrade experiences, tips on identifying potential gaps and some pitfalls to avoid.

This free webinar should be a valuable part of your upgrade strategy. You will learn the following:

  • Upgrade roadmap (Lombardi or older versions of IBM BPM to IBM BPM 8.x)
  • Possible upgrade scenarios
  • Best practices and security risks mitigation
  • Effective change management
  • Sizing the upgrade effort and exposure
  • Testing recommendations
  • Learnings from our experience

Replay the Webinar

To learn more about "Upgrading to IBM BPM 8.x", replay our Webinar.

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