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BPM: From Model To Execute
Transcript of BPM: From Model To Execute
Why BPM ?
BPM Lifecycle: From Model To Execute
Lessons Learned From Large Systems Implementation
Key Business Drivers for BPM
Save money –Do things better with optimized processes
Build better new processes faster
Know what you are doing (right or wrong) through current process understanding
Get control of parallel processes by consolidating to core processes
Get non-value added work through automation of manual processes
Implement large software systems better
Stay ahead of compliance
Move faster through scenario building for agility and policy management
Benefits of Business
Practice of BPM requires a significant organizational commitment
Management of end-to-end business process crosses organizational boundaries
New roles and responsibilities are introduced, such as process owners, designers and architects
Business Process Modeling
using the BPMN 2.0 (business process modeling and notation) as a standard which maintained by OMG (object management group).
Real business process
Model of business process
In cases where business processes are problematic or need improving, the organization will usually suffer from:
High overhead costs and will lack incoming revenue.
Lower clients satisfaction and clients loosing.
Is the activity of reviewing existing practices and changing these so that they fit an improved process.
The organization will perform at higher level.
The organization will have reduced cost.
The organization will increase clients’ satisfaction.
What can’t be measured Can’t be optimized
Gap between Business and IT
Keeping Business and IT in synch
Business & IT collaboration
Align solution architecture, design and implementation
Achieve project transparency and consistency
Using BPMN as a common notation helps to bridge the communication gap
that’s what the process engine or the orchestration engine does. The market has developed for Enterprise software leveraging the Business Process Management concepts to organize and automate processes.
: encompasses the tracking of individual processes, so that information on their state can be easily seen, and statistics on the performance of one or more processes can be provided.
The degree of monitoring depends on what information the business wants to evaluate and analyze and how business wants it to be monitored, in real-time, near real-time or ad hoc. Here, business activity monitoring (BAM) extends and expands the monitoring tools generally provided by BPMS.
all this data that gets generated can be fed back into reducing cycle time, increasing throughput, decreasing errors, increasing the accuracy with which the goal is achieved and achieving the same amount of work with fewer resources.
The role of Process Governance, meanwhile, is to guide Process Management, to fill the gap between strategy and execution, to help align the two and consequently to increase productivity and generate value.
Automatically route the right documents to the right users at the right time.
Workflows can be initiated from a scanned image, an electronic document or an eForm that is submitted online.
Automatically route documents to the right user at the right time for tasks, such as review, validation and approval.
Workflows can be defined in a graphical process designer, sometimes requiring little or no custom programming.
Human centric workflows
Human Workflow is responsible for managing the lifecycle of human tasks, including creation, assignment, expiration, deadlines, and notifications, as well as its presentation to end users. It supports sophisticated dynamic task routing leveraging declarative patterns and tight integration with business rules.
BPM is a technology enabled and supported management discipline
Wide range of technologies available to support the planning, design, analysis, operation and monitoring of business processes
Application suites available which help enable organizations to better manage their business processes
BPMS must be able to integrate with legacy systems in order to control work and get information or measure performance
Common framework for how these technologies are deployed is most often referred to as a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA)
The speed of getting started.
"pay for use" subscription model.
Low start up costs
Fast deployment with no manual maintenance
Predictable costs during the life of the application
Easier to orchestrate applications and data that reside in the cloud, so running BPM in the cloud makes processes more efficient.
BPM is converging with platform as a service (PaaS), combining the benefits of application development and process support in an integrated cloud model. It allows companies to build those smart process apps that are highly flexible and tailored to serve the end user with a cloud based solution that eliminates traditional IT/business productivity challenges.
Holistic vision and approach
Compliant with best practices and standards
Best-of- Breed technologies
Strategic partnership with international vendors
Proven track of records