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Business Process Management: Building End-to-end Process Solutions for the Agile Business Product Image

Business Process Management: Building End-to-end Process Solutions for the Agile Business

  • Published: December 2007
  • Region: Global
  • 324 Pages
  • Butler Group

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While most technology systems continue to be viewed by the business community as inhibitors of progress, rather than as innovative solutions capable of delivering agile operations, Business Process Management is being actively positioned as the exception to this rule. Business professionals continue to struggle with business and technology alignment issues, and are actively searching for business-enhancing technology solutions that are fit-for-purpose and come without the need to undertake major time-constraining redevelopments whenever operational changes occur. BPM, in its various forms, has been available since before the millennium, and in our opinion today’s leading solutions comprise of a mature set of tools, products, and services that are fit for mainstream business use.

However, much as it would be advantageous to ignore some of the baggage that comes with today’s mainstream BPM products, there remain serious divisions between what the vendors see as the most important components within their all-inclusive offerings, and the basic function-driven approaches to BPM – application development, modelling, and integration services – that business READ MORE >

Section 1: Management Summary
1.1 Management Summary

Section 2: Introduction and Business Perspective
2.1 Report Introduction and Objectives
2.2 The Not-so-brief History of Business Process Management
2.3 The Emergence of a Business Process Management Intellect
2.4 Why Choose Business Process Management?
2.5 Identifying the True Value-to-business Proposition
2.6 Usage Scenarios – BPM in Business Use

Section 3: Technology, Strategy, and Services
3.1 Business Process Management – The Infrastructure Stack
3.2 The Core Components of an Enterprise Business Process Management System
3.3 Business Process Management Languages and Standards
3.4 Business Rules Management
3.5 Service Oriented Architecture and Systems Integration
3.6 The Importance of Business Activity Monitoring
3.7 Aligning BPM to a SOA Culture

Section 4: Architectures and Models
4.1 The Key Components of an Enterprise BPM Strategy
4.2 Extending BPM Across the Enterprise
4.3 The Butler Group Roadmap for BPM

Section 5: Market Perspective and Vendor Comparisons
5.1 Market Analysis
5.2 Market Drivers
5.3 Future Perspective
5.4 Product Comparisons and Vendor Strategies

Section 6: Tables
6.1 Butler Group Business Process Management Features Matrix
6.2 Butler Group Business Process Management Product Capability Diagrams
6.3 Butler Group Business Process Management Market Lifecycle Ratings
Section 7: Technology Audits
BEA Systems – AquaLogic BPM v6
Cordys – Cordys 4.2
Graham Technology – ciboodle v2.6
IBM – IBM BPM Portfolio
Lombardi Software – Teamworks Enterprise BPM Suite
Metastorm – Metastorm BPM v7
Microsoft – Microsoft Business Process Management Platform
Oracle – Oracle BPM
Pegasystems – PegaRULES Process Commander
SAP – NetWeaver BPM
Software AG – webMethods BPMS v7.1
TIBCO Software – TIBCO iProcess Suite
Ultimus – Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite v8

Section 8: Vendor and Product Profiles
Adobe Systems Incorporated
Appian
Axway
BISIL
Casewise
Chordiant Software
Corticon Technologies
Fair Isaac Corporation
Fujitsu Software Corporation
Global 360
IDS Scheer
ILOG
Intalio
InterSystems Corporation
iWay Software
JBoss
Microgen plc
Plexus
Progress Software Corporation
Savvion, Inc.
Sun Microsystems

Section 9: Glossary

Adobe Systems Incorporated
Appian
Axway
BISIL
Casewise
Chordiant Software
Corticon Technologies
Fair Isaac Corporation
Fujitsu Software Corporation
Global 360
IDS Scheer
ILOG
Intalio
InterSystems Corporation
iWay Software
JBoss
Microgen plc
Plexus
Progress Software Corporation
Savvion, Inc.
Sun Microsystems

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