4.2 out of 5 (10 Ratings)

10 Verified Reviews

webMethods Integration Platform

Implementation slow while moving to different platforms

Work was ongoing, while a third party system replacement was also under consideration, which made priorities difficult

webMethods BPMS, Other...

Support is good - pricing not so good

Support is good when needed. Product(s) are expensive and price is non-negotiable. Only pricing flexibility comes with longer contract terms.


Implementation was not difficult, product very stable

Software AG is an outstanding company with overall excellent support and products which are very stable.

webMethods Integration Platform

Powerful tool that needs more organizational training and awareness up front

Great support from the vendor. They want us to succeed as much as we do.

webMethods Integration Platform

Easy implementation with little early roadblocks

It was good overall experience

ARIS, webMethods BPMS, webMethods Integration Platform

Great BPM Product

ARIS is a great BPM product and the end users were extremly happy with the user friendly interface.

webMethods Integration Platform

Implementation was easy and we have experienced developers to design well

The license policy should be flexible and should have had a flexible price model that can help the clients better implement the suit of products.

Apama Streaming Analytics, webMethods Integration Platform

SofttwareAG webMethods - A Superior Platform with Superior Support

Our overall experience has been very positive. SoftwareAG has been very helpful in helping get the platform installed and configured after the sale.

webMethods Integration Platform

Implementation was successful due to excellent support from the vendor.

Software AG has been a great company to work with. Their software is robust and stable.

webMethods BPMS

Needs a lot of support to get the best performance

During implementation we found that we were testing the limits of the system in terms of product performance. The vendor was very committed to solving issues, but we wish we didn't have to be the first to find them as the project had a significant overrun