Gaithersburg, MD (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
CIO Review Magazine has named AINS among its list of the Top 20 Most Promising BPM Technology Solution Providers. A panel of CEOs, CIOs, CMOs, analysts and the CIO Review editorial board gathered to create an exclusive list of the business process management companies who show a vast knowledge and expertise in delivering in-depth solutions. This group of thought leaders gathers annually to produce this list of talented companies.
AINS was chosen due to its adaptive case management solution, eCase. Case management is a new type of BPM solution that looks at an organization’s processes not as transactions to be processed, but as cases to be managed through a workflow. eCase stands apart from other BPM solutions as it is built for case management from the ground up. Many other BPM products are retrofitted for case management, often making these solutions more complex and more expensive to implement and maintain.
AINS performance with its more than 300 federal clients also contributed to its recognition by CIO Review. CIO Review’s feature article reads, “[AINS] works closely with customers to ensure product installations and services exceed client expectations. For example, Housing and Urban Development (HUD) procured the eCase HR framework to automate eight separate HR processes. Within the first year, by unifying these processes on the platform, AINS’ eCase HR frame work cut HUD HR costs by 25 percent.”
In addition to performance, CIO Review also considered AINS innovation in agile case management solutions. “AINS is honored to be recognized by CIO Review’s panel of experts and thought leaders,” said, Moe Goswami, Founder and CEO, AINS.
AINS, Inc. has provided innovative adaptive case management products and services since 1988. Their case management platform, eCase, is used by more than 300 federal agencies and offices, state and local governments, educational systems, health institutions, and commercial customers. Unlike other BPM solutions that were retrofitted for case management, eCase was built for case management from the ground up, enabling faster prototyping and production of solutions across diverse business processes. By leveraging the power of the eCase platform, AINS excels at analyzing client business requirements and quickly configuring (not coding) lightweight, scalable solutions that adapt to the needs of their customers.
You can find the AINS online at http://ains.com/
For more information about AINS, Inc., please contact Courtney James at firstname.lastname@example.org or (301) 670-2308