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  • By Lanner
  • In News
  • Posted 26/09/2012

Lanner, a provider of simulation software proven to maximise performance and optimise resources, today announced a partnership agreement with Casewise, the leading software and consultancy solutions provider at its Optimize 2012 Global Summit.

As part of the partnership agreement, Casewise will integrate Lanner's L-SIM Server, the leading BPMN 2.0 compliant simulation engine, within its forthcoming business process analytics products. The partnership will allow Casewise to extend a reliable, extensive and future proof simulation capability to its customers. L-SIM server enables quick, easy simulation of BPMN models, and fast, accurate statistical results - crucially without the need for extensive integration. L-SIM Server is also compliant with the WfMC Process Analysis Framework (PAF), which extends the interchange to support all data needed to run simulations and return results.

Established in 1989, Casewise provides Business Process Analysis, Business Process Management, Business Architecture and Application Portfolio Management software and consulting solutions to over 3,000 major global organizations.

Alexandre Wentzo, CEO, Casewise, commented: 
“Simulation has a strategic role to play in our forward thinking initiatives and offers our customers real added value by prototyping in a safe environment before real world execution. The seamless integration of Casewise’s extensive Product Suite and L-SIM’s high performance BPMN 2.0 simulation models means we can continue to equip our clients with technology that allows them to innovate through anticipating the impact of change within a virtual environment.”

David Jones, CEO, Lanner said:

“Available on a desktop, cloud or private cloud, L-SIM Server means that comprehensive BPMN simulation can now be performed through the exchange of standardised serialised XML files. This will enable Casewise to provide a flexible, powerful simulation capability which is easy to install and scalable, keeping them at the forefront of BPM development."

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