Bonita


Bonitasoft fully supports digital operations and modernization of information systems with Bonita, an open-source and extensible platform for automation and optimization of business processes.

The Bonita platform accelerates development and production with a clear separation between visual programming and coding capabilities.

Bonita integrates with existing information systems, orchestrates heterogeneous systems and provides deep visibility across all enterprise processes.

Over the last 11 years, Bonita Community edition, the open source edition of the software, has been at the same time something that make us proud  (as it has been downloaded millions of times and it is used in production by thousands of organizations around the world) and also the starting point of Bonitasoft sales cycle. Indeed, a lot of customers start the evaluation of our technology by downloading and evaluating the Bonita open source edition, at their own pace, looking at the documentation, discussing with other members of the community, developing their first project…

At Bonitasoft we really believe that open source, as a business model, is fair and sustainable. We commit to our community and customers to continue to work hard to make both open source and commercial editions better every single day.

With an ecosystem of more than 150,000 members and customers in 75+ countries, Bonitasoft provides the most widely used open source and low-code platform for digital process automation.

It maintains its R&D facility in Grenoble France and its head office in Paris, with an office in San Francisco.

 

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Project leader(s)

Nicolas Chabanoles


Functionality

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Status

Mature

License(s)

GNU General Public License v2.0 only

Standards

BPMN HTML5 JDBC JNDI Java EE LDAP OAuth OSGi REST SAML SOAP XPDL

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- type: git
  web: https://github.com/bonitasoft


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