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Cordys Process Factory

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Cordys Process Factory overview

CPF offers a Cloud Application Development environment where users not only develop process-centric Cloud Applications, but also pack, sell, and customize their applications from within the same environment. It provides one of the most rapid and complete environments for enterprise-ready Cloud Application Development through complete graphical modeling and a whole range of out-of-box features, and thus reduces the time from “idea to market” very significantly. Cloud Application Development has never been so easy!

1. Create Forms
The Composer enables users to create rich Web UI forms (webpages) by dragging and dropping from a wide variety of UI widgets such as text, date, currency, number, check boxes, picture fields etc. Users can also create tabs, groups, grids, attachments, comments, and embed external gadgets. Users can drag and drop Web services to the form.

The user can also add form rules to dynamically display messages, enable, or disable UI widgets, assign values, create formulas, etc. Apart from all these modeling capabilities, if at all required, users can also add Java scripts that will get triggered during the various form events.

2. Create Application Objects (Tables)
When a user creates a form, optionally, application objects can be created by the system automatically to persist the information entered in the forms. Users can also model the application objects, specify the primary key fields, unique fields, and required fields, and relate application objects to one another, model the logic on what has to happen when records are modified, etc.

3. Create Business Process Models (BPM)
CPF enables users to create business process models through modeling. The models can be as simple or as complex as required and can be triggered by various events such as on modifying database records, on click of a button, or on invocation of a Web service.

4. Consume Web Services
It is very easy to consume third party Web services such as those exposed by Google, Sales Force, Strike Iron, other CPF applications, etc. Web services can be used directly in forms (E.g., trigger the Web service on click of a button and display the results on the form) or in business flows (Web services can be triggered during the flow – the inputs for the Web services can be mapped easily and also, the output of the Web service can be mapped to other components.
CPF can also automatically create Web services for cloud application development so that other applications or third parties can invoke these Web services. Users can also model advanced Web services.

5. Build Reports and Charts
One more cool feature of CPF is the ability to enable end-users to create reports and charts instantly. Various types of reports such as standard reports, group reports, and matrix reports can be created and the output of the reports can be as PDF, HTML, MS Word, or MS Excel. Users can also select the fields that they want in the reports, group and sort on multiple fields, set the layout properties, etc.
Charts can be positioned in reports as well as in forms, and they can be 2D or 3D bar charts, pie charts, line, area, doughnut, scatter, and bubble charts for either single-series or multi-series. Charts can also be configured to be drill-down charts.

Cloud Marketplace
Applications built on CPF can be easily packed and sold to other organizations. So, this enables ISVs to develop cloud applications and sell them from CPF’s marketplace as SaaS products. Organizations can sign up for products available in the marketplace and if needed, easily customize the product to suite their requirements.


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United States, Asia, Australia, Canada, China and 5 other markets, Europe, India, Latin America, Middle-East and Africa, United Kingdom

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Cordys Process Factory pricing

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The Cordys Cloud Platform is available with a pay-per-use model, based on the number of active users. The costs for a one year CPF Account vary from $19 for an occasional user, to $95 for a composer.

Cordys Process Factory features


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Mobile Integration (8 other apps)
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Social Media Integration (8 other apps)
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Additional information for Cordys Process Factory

Key features of Cordys Process Factory

  • Enterprise Quality platform for application development
  • Highly secured and multitenant
  • Based on the proven and higly scalable Cordys Platform
  • Easily mashup webservices in applications - MashApps
  • Support tools like E-learning environment and Community
  • Ready-to-use Cloud Applications available in our marketplace
  • Integration with Google Apps
  • Earn money by building Cloud Applications for your customers
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1. Enterprise Quality:CPF provides an enterprise quality, high performance, highly secured and multitenant platform for cloud application development.

2. Base Platform: CPF runs on the proven and highly scalable Cordys platform.

3. Private Clouds: In scenarios where running applications from "public clouds" is not feasible due to several factors, such as Government regulations, compliance, etc., CPF can be deployed as a "private cloud".

4. On-premise Data:On-premise data can be brought into CPF using Web services. In case the data is behind firewalls and the corporate IT policy blocks Web service calls into their network, the data can be securely accessed using Google App Engine and Google's Secure Data Connector (SDC).

5. MashApps: Cloud Application Development with CPF results in applications which are commonly referred to as MashApps. MashApp® are process-centric Cloud Applications that are available on demand. Users can combine capabilities from two or more existing systems to build a value added single MashApp®.

6. Environment Friendly: CPF, by reducing the resources (servers, cost, time, and developers) that are needed to build and maintain applications, helps your company 'Go Green'.

7. Learning Curve: Learning application development in CPF is very quick; intuitive UI, detailed tutorials, and online help available help the user do self-learning, master the platform and start with cloud application development within no time.

8. Cost and ROI: It reduces the development cost dramatically (much lesser number of developers are needed to develop applications; applications are built much quicker with high quality and much reduced maintenance efforts; there is no need to buy a lot of hardware for development servers, test machines, build machines, etc.), thereby enabling a faster ROI for the ISV and lesser TCO for the customers who use the applications built on CPF.

9. Applications: cloud application development with CPF has already resulted in Cloud Applications such as: Employee On-Boarding, Expense Management, Sales Quote Approval, IT Service Request, Leave Request, Requirement Management and more. These Applications are available at the Cloud Marketplace.