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Bizcaps unveils new release of entire software platform with year-long enhancement plan

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Australian business software developer Bizcaps Pty Ltd has updated the entire range of their Master Data Management (MDM) and Business Process Management (BPM) software.  

Along with the release of their entire business platform, the company also presents a timetable for additional enhancements to be added throughout 2012 including a revolutionary business process design tool and simple integration tools.  

The new release will offer an enhanced user interface and far more seamless interactivity with back-end systems such as SAP and Oracle, allowing customers to install Bizcaps as a friendly front-end to existing systems.  

Describing it as the most significant release of products in the company’s history, Development Director Bill Blinco says that Bizcaps’ entire range of Master Data Management (MDM) and Business Process Management (BPM) software has been updated in addition to making available the scalable subscription pricing model.  

Bizcaps contributes to the smooth operation of some of Australia’s largest health, grocery, liquor, office and hardware suppliers by helping to create, maintain and synchronise their product data catalogues with their trading partners through the national GS1net and NPC datapools.  

Bizcaps also provides complementary software for their trading partners such as large food and beverage retailers and State Health Departments.  

Food industry MDM customers will now have access to FoodTech, allowing food technicians to securely create, manage, test, evaluate and store multiple versions of recipes, plug them into existing catalogues and workflows and recalculate critical labelling and compliance data.  

Healthcare MDM clients will gain access to a tender submission workflow process template, allowing them to more easily respond to State Health Department tenders, while clients in the grocery sector will be able to incorporate workflows into their product lifecycle processes.  

FlowScribe, a new business process design tool allows users to construct workflows that move dynamically to create readable diagrams. Mr Blinco says that FlowScribe will make simple workflow development and adjustment affordable for smaller organisations.  

Other planned enhancements include the Liberator product, which allows easy integration of data across platforms.

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