Monthly Archives: June 2017

Case definition

By |June 25th, 2017|

Case is a grouping container intended to hold artifacts and operations associated certain business entity.

Business practice normally deals with complex mutable structures, which have no clear and stable equivalents among classical data primitives. Case is convenient generalization to express this inherent volatility while preserving the unifying business idea behind this ad-hoc association.

Case offers convenient and […]

Factors preventing BPM adoption

By |June 11th, 2017|

There exists definite psychological barrier and prejudice against BPM, both among management and workers, in perceiving BPM as too mechanical and “soulless” technology. It is important in this respect to stress crucial “human” dimension of BPM, which saves workers from enormous time losses on boring routine tasks and unlocks incredible potential for improvisation and creativity.

Of […]

CaseAgile Demonstrated Direct Exchange of Native Visio BPMN Diagrams with Leading BPMN Process Engines

By |June 11th, 2017|

As a part of continuous commitment to Microsoft® technologies, CaseAgile announces a new release of Enterprise Explorer™ software, which supports direct exchange of BPMN diagrams designed in Microsoft® Visio with leading BPMN process engines. CaseAgile presented a live demonstration of Enterprise Explorer™ on “BPMN IN ACTION Meet and Greet” event organized by The Object Management Group (OMG) in Brussels […]