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Microgen Unveils Aptitude 3.0 Business Process Software

Microgen plc, a London-based software developer, introduced Microgen Aptitude Version 3.0, the latest version of its Business Process Platform. Microgen claims the new software extends its transaction processing capabilities, provides enhanced functionality and delivers an overall increase in performance over the previous version of 30 percent.

Microgen plc, a London-based software developer, introduced Microgen Aptitude Version 3.0, the latest version of its Business Process Platform. Microgen claims the new software extends its transaction processing capabilities, provides enhanced functionality and delivers an overall increase in performance over the previous version of 30 percent.

The platform features collaborative application development capabilities, multi-language support, an interface to Teradata's database and conformity to market standards such as BPEL, BPMN, XPDL and SAP Netweaver.

“Although many organizations feel more confident than they have done over the past two years, they are also acutely aware that to capitalize on growth opportunities they need more robust and agile business processes in order to be competitive in the future,” said Microgen Chief Technology Officer Neil Thomson. “In parallel, some industries are experiencing dynamic changes, driven by market or regulatory events, resulting in geometric growth in transaction processing volumes. Historically there has had to be a compromise between transaction processing performance and functionality, a dilemma now resolved by Microgen Aptitude Version 3.0”

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