Monthly Archives: December 2017

Role of people in the world of automated processes

By |December 28th, 2017|

The evolution of technology historically started with tools for elementary mechanical tasks, which are difficult or impossible to do by hand. These simple manual tools gradually evolved to a state of perfection where some tasks were possible to run without direct involvement of humans. This stage marked transition to the era of automated production.

Recent advances […]

Sharing process knowledge

By |December 9th, 2017|

Almost all major BPM suites include now process publisher as their essential component. Process publisher normally implements an essential mission of sharing process knowledge in an organization.

Historically, process publishing first appeared as automatic creation of static collections of web pages representing business diagrams in a company and linked together by navigation trees and embedded hyperlinks. […]

Relevance of BPMN in business context

By |December 5th, 2017|

BPMN has definite strength in technical process automation. It is achieved through dozens of proprietary and open source implementations of BPMN engines tailored for interoperability with an impressive array of business software from various target domains. This strength is additionally reinforced with high degree of standardization ensuring transparent exchange of BPMN processes among all these […]

Cultural identity of business through BPM

By |December 3rd, 2017|

There are many languages in the world: hundredths and, perhaps, thousands with dialects. Is it convenient? No. It would have been much simpler, if everybody speak, e.g. English (or Chinese, or whatever other language around). Would you like to abandon English and further speak only another language, just for the sake of uniformity and common […]