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Faster Errors

Everyone always said that when computers made it to common use that we'd just be making errors faster than ever.
That's definitely true in the BPM (Business Process Management) game, where exception handling has been propelled into its own subset of applications by niche player Vitria
Vitria, who declined to play in our upcoming BPM comparative review, has released its new Resolution Accelerator product, which is basically a BPM server and workflow specifically geared toward handling exceptions that occur not only out of processes automated using BPM solutions, but plain old vanilla applications as well.
The Resolution Accelerator will allegedly make handling exceptions, which are generally never all handled properly with BPM implementations because of the number of permutations (or is that a combination?) that can go wrong.