Process Director FAQ's

What is Process Director? Find out the answers to frequently asked questions about BP Logix Process Director below:

Server specification

What are the recommended system requirements for Process Director?

What is the server's function?

How much memory do I need?

How much hard drive space is required?

What is the optimal processor speed?

What Windows server should I use for Process Director?

Can I use the free SQL Server Express Edition for Process Director?

SQL triggers

How do I start workflows and processes with SQL triggers?

Phone integration

How do I set-up phone calls via a Process Director eForm?

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Latest news

BP Logix is acquired by Finrock Growth Partners

BP Logix is acquired by Finrock Growth Partners

BP Logix Inc., the authors of Process Director which ePC resell in Europe, have been acquired by Finrock Growth Partners, a private equity firm that acquires and operates businesses in the software sector.

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BP Logix launch AI-enabled Process Director v5.0

BP Logix launch AI-enabled Process Director v5.0

BP Logix recently announced Process Director v5.0, an AI-enabled, low-code/no-code BPM and case management platform that empowers business users to easily develop, deploy, and enhance critical digital applications.

We've spent the last few weeks reviewing the latest version and found it comes packed with new features and improvements.

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Process Director named in the 2018 Gartner 'Magic Quadrant for iBPMS'

Process Director named in the 2018 Gartner 'Magic Quadrant for iBPMS'

BP Logix Process Director has been named as a ‘Niche Player’ in the Gartner 'Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (iBPMS)' for the fourth year in a row.

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