- Innovations across the BPM Life-Cycle
– Guest Speaker, Alain Kouyate, CTO, InfoZen Applying Agile development techniques to BPM Initiatives
– Realizing the promise of BPM in your Organization
In this Keynote address, we will examine each step of the modern BPM Life-Cycle and see how technology innovations and new methodologies have changed the face of the BPM industry. We will show how these State-of-the-Art BPM technologies and methodologies have increased efficiencies, changed how we approach projects and added significantly to the BPM value proposition.
You will hear “what the Analysts are saying” and how real customers have leveraged these innovations to their strategic advantage in recent successful projects.
In the previous article “Process-oriented Systems Paradigm for the Process Age”, I discussed the concepts that will shape process-oriented systems in the Process Age. In this article I will discuss how these concepts influence the development of systems. Some of the terms used here have been described in the previous article.
1. Approaches to ECE.
The change of such a complex system as Enterprise has to be considered at least from three perspectives:
- The philosophical equation of inevitable change.
- The business equation of embracing vs. ignoring change
- The human equation of Enterprise change success.
A DNA carries the biological instructions that define, compose and create unique species. Molecules come together in a unique combination to form a “code” that defines a cell’s characteristics in an organism, and shape what the cell in intended to do. This article is not about genetic engineering, nor is it about medicine. However, it is about trying to lay out the DNA roadmap for what Business Process Management (BPM) should encompass in an organization.
- How Companies And Agencies are Using BPM
- Ron Martin, Vice President, Federal Operations, Lombardi
- An Introduction to the Technology of BPM
- Brandon Baxter, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Lombardi
- A Recipe for BPM Success
This session will provide insight into following:
- Why should you consider investing in BPM?
- What problems BPM addresses?
- What kinds of returns you should expect from your investment in a BPM initiatives?
- Where would the efficiency gains come from?
The session also discusses some key ideas to maximize your return on investment in BPM.
Cloud computing is a style of computing in which dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources are provided as a hosted service over the Internet i.e. ‘the cloud’. The goal of cloud computing is to provide easy, scalable access to computing resources and IT services.
Enterprises large and small are drawn by the advantages of cloud, resulting in very low barriers to entry and exit and high agility.
"The Decision Model gives form, function and a tangible visual representation to business logic" - The Decision Model (von Halle & Goldberg)
In order to implement Decision Management effectively, we need to be able to identify and manage the business logic (i.e. the business rules) underlying business decisions. It soon becomes apparent that classical methods of gathering and managing business rules (i.e.