Infosys Technologies Pioneers Implementation of Business Process Modeling Language

Bangalore, India, Sept. 17, 2007:

Bangalore, India and Fremont, California, August 07, 2002: Infosys Technologies, a world leader in consulting and information technology services, has successfully developed a process engine to demonstrate Business Process Modeling Language (BPML) technology.

BPML is a specification for modeling end - to - end business processes from the Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI. org), the leading standards consortium for Business Process Management (BPM). It provides an abstract executable model that addresses all aspects of enterprise business processes. Using BPML, companies can better align their IT with business by gaining visibility into real - time business operations, flexibility to design and deploy dynamic business processes, and agility to collaborate with partners over extended value chains.

"Business Process Management, as envisioned by BPMI. org, is a paradigm shift that has far reaching implications for enterprises," said S Gopalakrishnan, Chief Operating Officer, Infosys Technologies Ltd. "The trend is gaining industry mind - share rapidly and it is predicted to become a key feature of enterprise IT systems in the future. Through its membership in BPMI. org, Infosys is contributing to the evolution of this trend which has the potential to transform businesses and provide competitive differentiation."

Code - named Choreo, the process engine developed by Infosys is built on open standards and can be used for deploying and executing BPML processes. It consists of a BPML code repository and a BPML runtime environment that supports dynamic monitoring and control of processes. More information on Choreo is available at

"With this implementation, Infosys joins a growing number of software vendors and consulting firms that are demonstrating BPML and deploying it within production environments," said Ismael Ghalimi, Chairman, BPMI. org and Chief Strategy Officer, Intalio. "Implementations such a s Infosys' dramatically contribute to the rapid establishment of BPML as the de - facto standard for business process modeling and validate BPMI. org's commitment to the development of open and royalty - free standards for business process management. "

About Infosys Technologies Ltd.

Infosys, a world leader in consulting and information technology services, partners with Global 2000 companies to provide business consulting, systems integration, application development and product engineering services. Through these services, Infosys enables its clients to fully exploit technology for business transformation. Clients leverage Infosys' Global Delivery Model to achieve higher quality, rapid time - to - market and cost - effective solutions. Infosys has over 10,000 employees in over 30 offices worldwide. For more information visit

About (the Business Process Management Initiative) is a non - profit corporation that empowers companies of all sizes, across all industries, to develop and operate business processes that span multiple applications and business partners, behind the firewall and over the Internet. The Initiative's mission is to promote and develop the use of Business Process Management (BPM) through the establishment of open and royalty - free standards for process design, deployment, execution, monitoring, and control. For more information, visit Opens in new window.

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