Introduction to webMethods – a BPM Integration tool

By | February 1, 2013

webMethods software enables the end-to-end solutions that todays businesses demand. With proven integration technology and sophisticated design tools, webMethods provides a globally scalable and extendable infrastructure for automating business processes across the extended enterprise.

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webMethods integration

Through a powerful set of components designed specifically for developing, deploying, managing, and optimizing integration solutions, webMethods software allows you to:

  •  Leverage your investment in information technology by integrating existing systems instead of deploying new monolithic systems or making sweeping changes to existing applications.
  •  Shorten development cycles with sophisticated and easy-to-use modeling tools, reducing development costs and allowing you to reap the intended benefits of a solution more quickly.
  • Streamline business processes internally and externally, yielding benefits such as reduced operating costs, increased productivity, lower error rates, and improved customer relations.
  • Provide your user community personalized access to information relevant to their job functions resulting in increased productivity and collaboration.


Additionally, as a recognized leader in the development and support of open computing standards, webMethods delivers a future-ready infrastructure that allow you to leverage technologies such as Web services, while preserving your existing investment in technology and integration.

webMethods software enables the exchange of data and logic by serving as an enterprise-wide integration backbone. Resources that you want to integrate connect to the integration backbone instead of directly to each other.

webMethods provides the infrastructure and connective logic that enable diverse resources to operate in a cohesive and unified manner. It performs the essential work of transporting information among resources, dispatching documents according to established business rules, and invoking processes on target systems. It also hosts integration logic, performs data transformation, and supports both synchronous (RPC and  request/reply) and asynchronous (messaging) modes of interaction among resources. 

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