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Real World SOA: SOA for Supply-Chain and Logistics

VIP Auto, Inc. has been using Avorcor's SOA4SCL (SOA for Supply-Chain and Logistics) to modernize their existing warehouse and distribution capabilities and to prepare their organization for integration with a new host system.

Suggested Treatment, BPM: Geisinger Health System uses BPM to Improve Service, Compliance and Operations

It’s happening in every industry: increasing regulations, demand for better, faster customer service and ever-fiercer competition. The healthcare industry is not immune to these same forces, and often these challenges are exacerbated by greater requirements and expectations of an industry that is nonetheless expected not to profit excessively from its “customers.” But, no one is lessening the strictures of HIPAA, and patients continue to ask why it is that Americans are paying more than any other country for their healthcare and getting less.  

A Whiff of Revolution in the Air

Several of the contributing authors to the exciting new book "The Business Rule Revolution" meet to discuss their view on the state of the revolution. Each provides an overview of their contribution to this anthology of real-world experiences. Barbara von Halle: Barbara is the primary author of the seminal text "The Business Rules Approach" that serves as the foundation for Business Rule Practices today.

BPM and Government

This webcast - the fourth in a five-part series - will review the findings of BPMInstitute.org's State of BPMSM Research with a specific focus on the issues, challenges and solutions associated with BPM applications in the Government sector. It will explore the government desires to streamline the "business of government" under ongoing challenges of budgetary constraints, policy changes and demanding citizen accountability.

Gaining Competitive Advantage through BPM and The Service Oriented Enterprise

The Service Oriented Enterprise is a new approach in business. Each party or participant in service orientation sees themselves as a service provider and consumer, in an increasingly well connected global economy. This is not new: businesses have been serving their clientele since time immemorial. But service orientation is different in two essential ways. First, culturally organizations are realizing the best productivity could be achieved if they focus on serving the needs of their customers but also their employees, trading partners, shareholders, government, and communities.

Get Real with SOA – The Technology – What You Need and Why

Although industry standards exist around Web services, there are no standards around the technology capabilities needed to achieve success with SOA or how and when to implement them. Although industry standards exist around Web services, there are no standards around the technology capabilities needed to achieve success with SOA or how and when to implement them. Join webMethods to learn what’s needed to deliver and support enterprise-class service-oriented business applications and how webMethods Fabric 6.5 enables organizations to achieve real results.

BPM and Security: DRM & BPM

This webcast – the third in a five-part series – will review the findings of BPMInstitute.org's State of Business Process ManagementSM Research with a specific focus on the security issues, challenges and solutions associated with BPM. It will explore the desired integration among Document Security services, Digital Rights Management (DRM) and Business Process Management (BPM). It will describe what strategies are common to enterprises currently achieving the greatest benefit from their Security and BPM initiatives.

BPM Outside the Firewall

In July 2006, BPMInstitute.org initiated a survey of its 24,000 member community to gain an understanding of how enterprises across a range of industries are pursuing business process innovation and improvement and to what degree these activities are strategically aligned to the companies’ business transformation and growth objectives. This webcast – the second in a five-part series – will review the findings of the survey, with a specific focus on the issues, challenges and solutions associated with extending business processes outside the firewall to customers, partners and suppliers.

Understanding Innovation: What Exactly is Innovation, and how does Innovation Happen?

Unless a company can innovate, it will be left behind in the brave new world of total global competition. But, what exactly is innovation, and how does innovation happen? These are the most important business questions of our times. Unless a company can innovate, it will be left behind in the brave new world of total global competition. But, what exactly is innovation, and how does innovation happen? These are the most important business questions of our times. Join Peter Fingar for the Inaugural Round Table of our dedicated Innovation "section" on BPMInstitute.org.

Preliminary Findings of BPMInstitute.org's State of BPM(SM) Research

In June 2006, BPMInstitute.org initiated a survey of its 24,000 member community to gain an understanding of how enterprises across a range of industries are pursuing business process innovation and improvement and to what degree these activities are strategically aligned to the companies' business transformation and growth objectives. The survey, entitled BPMInstitute's State of Business Process Management (BPM)SM, obtained critical insight into how corporations approach business process management and improvement initiatives, evaluate and acquire BPM infrastructure and d