CM First Announces Latest Partnership with BPM Leader AXON IVY

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CM First to become strategic reseller and service provider for business software vendor in North America.

CM First Partners with AXON IVY

“CM First brings American savvy and partnership success to AXON IVY through a track record of providing tailored support and consulting services for customers,” said Rolf G. Stephan, COO.

CM First modernizes business-critical software applications and enterprise solutions, anchored by a strong commitment to service and customer satisfaction. With a business strategy based on application lifecycle management best practices, CM First has partnered with AXON IVY to help customers automate processes and transform workflows better and faster.

AXON IVY is part of the Axon Active group, initially founded as a spin-off of IBM, headquartered in Switzerland and employing about 600 people globally. AXON IVY’s core product, the Axon.ivy BPM Suite, provides organizations with a single, intelligent and fully integrated process application platform delivered to over 500 customers and 250,000 end-users around the world. Throughout the business activity lifecycle, AXON IVY allows organizations to quickly transform poorly documented business processes into intelligent, automated solutions – seamlessly integrating people, resources and systems. Axon.ivy’s model-centric BPM approach rapidly shortens payback across six coordinated actions: Business analysts model, publish and analyze while technical experts design, execute and monitor the same complex workflows. Reference customers include numerous transportation, manufacturing, pharmaceutical, financial and utilities industries.

As an established software integrator in North America with a track record of model-based app deployments, CM First was an attractive partner for AXON IVY. “When AXON IVY’s executives approached CM First with the idea, the management team immediately saw both synergies and opportunities,” said John Rhodes, CTO. “iBPM adds significant value, especially for organizations in the process of modernizing their legacy application platforms running on IBM i/z, CA 2E (Synon) and CA Plex.” and    

“AXON IVY strives to create partnerships with companies whose goals complement the AXON IVY business model,” said Rolf G. Stephan, COO. “CM First brings American savvy and partnership success to AXON IVY through a track record of providing tailored support and consulting services for customers.”

CM First will be a strategic reseller and provider of support and implementation service delivery for AXON IVY from their America’s Headquarters in Austin, Texas. North American clients can learn more about how to cost-effectively automate their business processes and achieve competitive business advantage by contacting CM First directly about the Axon.ivy iBPM Suite.

About CM First
CM First is a global software and services company established in 1999 with a focus on modernizing applications, managing technical debt and the agile development of enterprise apps. Delivery areas include; migrations of software code, databases and IBM hardware, custom app, architecture and API development, mobility solutions and knowledge transfer. CM First works with hundreds of IBM and CA Technologies business-critical systems worldwide, with numerous reference customers covering industries as diverse as logistics, travel, insurance, food processing and oil and gas construction.

AXON IVY is a software company headquartered in Switzerland and part of the Axon Active group, a global provider of process solutions since 1988. The Axon.ivy BPM suite helps midsize and large organizations develop customized, agile web and mobile applications to automate and monitor a variety of business processes across a wide range of departments including customer service, sales, marketing, HR, finance, operations, R&D and manufacturing processes. This comprehensive, process-centric application platform is used by more than 350 customers and 250,000 users around the globe.

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