Appreciate if any could post some feedback on this subject.
At my workplace, we might be considering a solution to implement a Workflow Engine for all other applications. We have eliminated .NET WF (Workflow Foundation) and we think that the out of the box SharePoint Workflow Engine is not good enough. Of course, we still have to do more study and analysis in this field.
My question here is how I can justify considering Adobe LiveCycle ES3 in our selection process, if it was dropped by the latest Gartner Report?
I attended Adobe MAX 2010, and I was very much happy with Adobe LiveCycle ES Process Management... it is really bad if it will not be considered.
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Hi, sorry for the delayed response. My thought is that the reason why Gartner dropped LiveCycle from BPM category is because LC dropped BPM and it seems that availability of dashboard is one of the key requirements for a tool to be BPM.
Hope you were able to prevail and are using LiveCycle in your workplace.
Thanks for the reply, Suvrat.
Well, before Gartner dropped Adobe LC from iBPM group, there was some hope to use Adobe LC at workplace, but now, the hope is nearly Zero.