29Getting Started with Oracle BPM Composer Web Forms and Process Player
by Dan Atwood 4/29/13
In another of my blog post this month, I gave a high level description of Oracle Business Process Composer's Web Forms Designer and Process Player features that are new in Oracle BPM 22.214.171.124 (PS6). Here are a few things that have not been documented and lessons learned that you should be aware of before trying out these features.
26Mobile Technology Needs BPM
by Brandon Dean 4/26/13
Half of kids today don't know what a telephone cord looks like. Now, I don't know that for a fact, but the point is technology changes at the speed of light and we have to change with it to stay ahead. And it is the kids who have no idea what a wired telephone is that are leaving college and entering the business world. They are going to demand new ways of working and new ways of engaging customers and suppliers as a result of how technology has changed and how they have grown to rapidly adopt and use new technology.
02New Web Form Designer and Process Player Features in Oracle BPM 11g (PS6)
by Dan Atwood 4/2/13
Oracle BPM 126.96.36.199 (patch set 6) became commercial on April 1st and I've seen several blog posts and presentations that list its new features.
28BPM Process Composer - The great, the good, and the bad
by Suyash Khot 3/28/13
On my last project, I got a chance to work with BPM 11g Process Composer. It didn't take long for the rich web based process modeling tool to impress me with its capabilities. Now, there are a lot of different tools out there to model your business processes, for example Microsoft Visio, so why should anybody use BPM 11g Process Composer? What makes Process Composer any different than the other options? Even though at its core, BPM 11g Process Composer is a business process modeling tool, it does much more than just that.
13The Case for Case Management
by Brandon Dean 2/13/13
We’ve talked a lot lately about 2013’s top BPM trends, case management in particular. Of all the new and exciting things we could be talking about though, what makes case management within Oralce BPM so important? Simply put, if BPM is a car, case management will be its future driver. Oracle has begun to focus more attention and roll out additional functionality specific to case management with their BPM Suite. While case management in a BPM context has been around before, with Oracle continuing to invest significantly in BPM 11g to add support complex, event driven processes, collaborative work spaces, and integrated content management, I believe it will be one of the critical components of Oracle BPM adoption over the next year or so.