When government agencies use BPM, they can significantly improve collaboration with citizens and other agencies, cut costs and increase revenue. Case in point—after implementing Oracle BPM Suite to streamline and modernize its Integrated Justice Information System (IJIS), San Joaquin County in California had a better relationship with residents and a better budget.
Citizens could easily pay tickets through an online citation payment system, and the county increased collaboration with other state and national law enforcement agencies. It also reduced the time officers spend on non-core activities by 25 percent, and IJIS access time from hours to seconds.
After implementing Oracle’s solution, the county was named “Best BPM Organization” in Gartner’s 2013 BPM Excellence Awards in North America.
Whatever area of government you’re in, BPM can help you too. Join us later this month to learn more in a workshop for business analysts and process designers. You’ll get hands-on experience using Oracle BPM Suite 11G PS6, and walk away with a better understanding of how government agencies can use it to continually improve processes.
Oracle will deliver an overview of its BPM suite, business content and process design. We’ll cover how to use a pace-layered approach for better app development.
BPM 11G Workshop: BPM for Government
Date: April 29, 2014
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Location: Oracle Austin Office
Read the program brochure for more information and event details. Space is limited so send an email with your contact information today.