Lloyd Dugan from BPM.com has proposed a simplified CMMN at the recent bpmNEXT conference in Santa Barbara. The initial point of his presentation was the statement that BPMN isn’t well suited for modeling event-intensive scenarios. They require event subprocesses and ad-hoc subprocesses that are obscure for users and aren’t well supported by BPM vendors.Read More
At the recent bpmNEXT2016 Conference, I had the opportunity to put forward a proposal for consideration by the BPM industry insiders present that a simpler, streamlined version of the Case Management Model & Notation (CMMN) v1.0 from the Object Management Group (OMG) could be used to encourage adoption of its use.Read More
In part two from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss what is at stake if a company ignores BPM in this a digitally changed business culture.Read More
This BPM.com First Impression examines the new capabilities presented the latest release of BP Logix Process Director, a BPMS industry leader recognized by Gartner, Inc. in the “Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites 2015”, with unique capabilities for both Case Management and traditional BPM patterns.Read More
Listen to my podcast with Neil Ward Dutton, director of MWD Advisors and one of the keynote speakers at the upcoming BPMNext.Read More
Every interaction with your company informs the quality of that journey. Do you want great customers? If so, you need to create excellent customer journeys. This means better, more consistent and contextual experiences with enhanced value across all touchpoints. Customers will reward that kind of seamless experience with brand loyalty.
This BPM.com white paper examines the role of BPM software in enabling physical “things” to be connected to digital processes in the context of the Internet of Things (IoT), exploring both the required capabilities for the next generation of BPM platforms as well as the benefits offered by BPM+IoT.
This paper provides an overview of the Internet of Things. It explores some of the benefits and opportunities of launching new Internet-of-Things initiatives across several industries. It also considers the role of BPM and addresses certain barriers and challenges preventing IoT from reaching its full potential.
Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) is the defacto standard for process modeling. However, BPMN is not truly meant to create business rules, statements that dictate what decisions should be made given a certain set of conditions. The new OMG standard Decision Model and Notation (DMN) 1.0 fills this gap in process modeling
Traditionally, company management systems were conceived and structured to work using functions. However, in reality all companies perform their activities according to workflows which are coordinated and aligned with company culture, strategy and objectives, known as processes.
The trend for our “First Impression” series has been to introduce new products and vendors in BPM, and Appian of…
The WfMC Global Awards for Excellence in BPM and Workflow are given to user organizations demonstrating excellence in Business Process…
This fast-paced and informative case study presentation will explore how URAC, the independent leader in promoting health care quality through…
At the recent bpmNEXT2016 Conference, I had the opportunity to put forward a proposal for consideration by the BPM industry…Read More
Lloyd Dugan from BPM.com has proposed a simplified CMMN at the recent bpmNEXT conference in Santa Barbara. The initial point…Read More
In part two from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss what is at…Read More
In this excerpt from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss the ever changing…Read More
Listen to my podcast with Neil Ward Dutton, director of MWD Advisors and one of the keynote speakers at the…Read More
"BPM solutions have expanded into mobile app development platforms housed in the cloud and process automation suites. They can fuel innovation in every part of your business, but taking advantage of this functionality may hinge on you looking beyond the tech hype."