BP Logix Culture

BP Logix Culture

Our Mission - More Than Just Workflow

While it is true that BP Logix enables IT and business users to deploy sophisticated, forms-based, workflow-driven apps in a fraction of the time and cost of traditional development — we are more than a BPM company.

Solving problems has always fascinated us. Since 2008 we have worked toward creating a truly revolutionary BPM platform that is not only robust, but accessible. Process Director— now in version 5.0 and featuring AI-Driven capabilities— is the result of these efforts.

We have succeeded in building a platform that solves problems for hundreds of customers world-wide, that reflects common-sense best practices, and that is intuitive and scalable. But that is only a part of the story. It is our team’s dedication to innovation that maintains our position as leaders within the industry, our services program that helps bring these innovations to life, and you, our customers, whose efforts have placed Process Director on Gartner’s iBPMs Magic Quadrant for four consecutive years.

The BP Logix Difference

Our leadership combines decades of business strategy, technical experience and thought leadership— effectively collaborating to translate a proven track record of results into rapid business growth. From product positioning and development, to sales strategy, to developing a strong company culture, BP Logix leaders continue to spearhead the initiatives that have resulted in consistent growth since the company’s inception.

But the foundation of BP Logix’s success lies in its employees, from sales to implementation to customer care and beyond. These are the people who embody the BP Logix ethos of innovation, commitment and accessibility, and whose efforts you see translated each day into positive engagements with Process Director-built applications. The most valued asset of BP Logix is its personnel, without whom none of our achievements would have been possible.

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