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Adeptia Named a Value Leader in EMA Radar for Integration Technologies for Hybrid Cloud: Q4 2012
Date:2/21/2013

throughout. […] EBIM takes the state-of-the-art meta-driven approach to creation and deployment of process flows. The process flow that is deployed is an XML file and at run-time the execution occurs based on activity rules that are read by the process engine from the services repository.”

  • Functionality: “The fact that [Adeptia] was designed for use by business users is evident in the product and was mentioned as a differentiator in customer interviews. This ease of use is enabled by an intuitive and essentially “point and click” GUI. Adeptia has also incorporated high levels of manageability into its product, with reporting on time spent at each tier, error log entries, and hung transactions, for example.”
  • Deployment and Administration: Adeptia scored well in this area, based on fast deployment, a variety of on-premise and public Cloud-based form factors, and broad database options. They also offer a wide range of support options, and customers indicate that the customer support experience is exceptional. One of the few integration solutions that can realistically be administered by a non-expert.
  • Differentiators include: state-based processing supporting long running transactions, clustering and fault tolerance, process recovery and rollback.
  • “Adeptia’s unique platform can help companies stand-out in the marketplace, and deliver value to both internal and external clients,” said Deepak Singh, Adeptia President and CTO. “We have simplified the integration process, delivering a seamless, cost-effective experience for both IT and business stakeholders. Also eliminating, in many cases, the need for hiring outside professional services vendors.”

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