BPMN Modeler fuer Confluence

BPMN Modeler for Confluence

Lightweight Plug-in for the Enterprise Content Management System

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BPMN Modeler for Confluence

Process management directly within the Enterprise Wiki

The viadee BPMN Modeler is a lightweight extension for the Enterprise Wiki System Atlassian Confluence. With the BPMN Modeler it is possible to carry out methodically profound process management directly within Confluence. The numerous and valuable advantages of this approach resulted from the extensive project experience of our BPM experts and were the motivation for the development of the plug-in.


  • Models can be created directly within the Wiki, framed by accompanying documentation, e.g. using process fact sheets and process maps
  • Technical process diagrams, which are for example executed by the Camunda BPM process engine, are also designed in Confluence
  • Linking process knowledge with other aspects of the company
  • All process models are in one place and changes are versioned automatically
  • Process information is made accessible to every employee of the company, in order to create transparency for operative personnel
  • Standard-compliant BPMN 2.0 models can be imported from other modeling tools such as Camunda, Signavio or Adonis by drag and drop.
  • Easy to use modeling tool available to every employee without installing additional software
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"Finally a plug-in that fully supports BPMN 2.0 and is very comfortable to use!" - Heiko Fricke, Atlassian Marketplace

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Overview of the features

Modeling directly within Wiki
Creating, viewing and editing standard compliant BPMN 2.0 process models

Using sub processes for loops

Free placement of process models on pages as Confluence macros

PDF and Word export: When Confluence pages are exported in Word or PDF format, the process diagram is included in the export

Save diagram version as an attachment to a Confluence page

High Compatibility with other BPMN 2.0 compliant modelling tools

  • Import from other standard-compliant modelling tools such as Camunda, Signavio or Adonis
  • Export as standard-compliant BPMN 2.0 XML
  • As a member of the BPMN Model Interchange Working Group we continuously demonstrate and expand our compatibility with other tools.
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Export as SVG

Export of diagrams as PNG files, e.g. for PowerPoint presentations

XML editor for BPMN 2.0

  • The process model is stored in standardized XML format.
  • Technically experienced users can modify the XML file directly in the BPMN Modeler for Confluence.


Collaborative working with the comment function of Confluence

Commenting on model elements

  • You can add comments to each node in the process model
  • The comments document, for example, the current state of discussion in process modeling
  • For each comment, the author and the timestamp of the comment are saved

Version control and version commenting

  • When saving changes made to a process diagram the author can leave a version comment
  • This makes it possible to trace which model change was made in which diagram version.

Version comparison

  • You can choose two different versions of one diagram and visually compare them
  • Process analysts can see, which process elements have been added, which elements have been deleted, where there have been changes made to attributes, and where the order of elements on the drawing area has been changed

Links to wiki pages and external pages

Linking of process models

  • If you work with hierarchical process structures, e.g. main and sub processes, or with process interfaces, you can link these diagrams and navigate through the process net.
  • Clicking on the linked process directly displays the diagram in the preview window
  • From here you can jump to the linked process diagram and start editing

An extended attributes panel provides the following editing options for process model elements:

  • Display of all links stored for a process element
  • Textual description of the process element
  • Colour highlighting of the process element

Display the technical attributes of the process element, which are needed for process automation purposes

Extended information for process elements

  • Show/hide wiki links
  • Show/hide process model links
  • Show/hide comments

Individual usage restrictions at Confluence Space level

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Free Test version for BPMN Modeler Enterprise

You can find the free test version for BPMN Modeler Enterprise and all other necessary information on the Atlassian Marketplace.

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DMN Modeler

Learn more about our DMN Modeler Modeler for Confluence - the free app for the Enterprise Content Management System Confluence for modeling business rules.

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Current blog entries

You want to learn more about viadee, our projects, customers and colleagues? Then visit our blog. You have the choice and can either read all blog posts from all company divisions or only the blog posts from the area “Business Process Management”.

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