BP Logix Claims Record Quarter

San Diego-based BP Logix, a privately held developer of business process management software, said today that it had a record quarter for its quarter ending July 31, 2010. no actual financials were announced, but the firm claimed it had a revenue increase of 28 percent, year over year. The firm credited expansion into Europe and acceptance of its software into the market. The firm said new customers of the firms added in the quarter included Leo Burnett Worldwide, Codexis Inc., Columbus Technical College, CONTECH Construction Products, Inc, Johnson Controls Inc., Lee Hecht Harrison, Memphis Light, Gas and Water and the Service Employees International Union.