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.BPM File Extension

File Type 1Trados AutoSuggest Dictionary File

DeveloperSDL
Popularity
3.4 (9 Votes)
CategoryData Files
FormatN/A

What is a BPM file?

File used by SDL Trados translation software; saves a dictionary of words and phrases extracted from a translation memory file (.SLDTM) or .TMX file; provides content for SDL Trados' AutoSuggest feature when typing translations.

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You can add AutoSuggest dictionaries to your existing project in Trados by choosing Project → Project Settings → Language Pairs → AutoSuggest Dictionaries.

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Programs that open BPM files
Updated 4/24/2013

File Type 2Bizagi Process Modeler

DeveloperBizagi
Popularity
3.4 (16 Votes)
CategoryCAD Files
FormatN/A

.BPM File Association 2

File created by Bizagi Process Modeler, a business process modeling and documentation application; contains processes that consist of diagram shapes, images, arrow connectors, etc.; referred to as a model and may contain one or more diagrams.

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This file is created by selecting File then Save As. The BPM extension is the default "Save as type." You can also create a BPM file by clicking the disk icon on the toolbar.

NOTE: The other Bizagi Process Modeler file type is .BPMC.

Programs that open BPM files
Updated 9/30/2013

File Type 3PowerDesigner Business Process Model

DeveloperSybase
Popularity
3.1 (12 Votes)
CategoryBackup Files
FormatN/A

.BPM File Association 3

Business model created with PowerDesigner, an enterprise data modeling tool; describes the internal tasks and processes of a business and the way customers might interact with the business.

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A Business Process Model is a conceptual model that describes the business logic from a business partner's point of view. It includes a diagram that visually portrays the interactions between processes from different starting points to different end points.

Programs that open BPM files
Windows
Sybase PowerDesigner
Updated 7/29/2009

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