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About Boris Zinchenko

Boris G. Zinchenko, Ph.D, CTO of CaseAgile LLC, expert in integration of platforms and environments for enterprise modelling

Steps to take before automating a process

By |November 2nd, 2017|

Before any process is automated, there must be done careful process mapping. Although the idea looks trivial and self evident, it is often ignored in vast majority of automation initiatives. As a result, true mapping reveals itself already after implementation. Surprisingly, it often has nothing in common with  original automation plan. This careless attitude to […]

Enterprise Composer for Visio 2016

By |October 25th, 2017|

Enterprise Composer is a plug-in for Microsoft Visio, which facilitates professional modeling of business processes. Enterprise Composer allows to import or create in Microsoft Visio exucutable business processes, which can subsequently run in many leading BPMN process engines and enterprise software: Alfresco® Activiti Designer, ARIS® Architect, Bizagi® Modeler, BOC® ADONIS, Bonita® BPM, Camunda® Modeler, Eclipse® […]

Control of the business with BPM

By |October 21st, 2017|

Implementation of no code platform is a risky adventure. It was said a lot about glories of getting rid from an IT team. Nobody mentioned that exactly this irritating and in all ways accused IT team plays crucial role in control of the organization over its digital assets. And in contemporary enterprise digital assets often […]

Moving a process to the cloud

By |October 12th, 2017|

From purely technical viewpoint, most important question to ask is: how many links (between processes and external) has your present enterprise model? The second and closely related question is: do you have a tool in place to automate migration?

Being experts specifically in process migration, we have evidenced enormous efforts, which companies spend when doing such […]

Do BPM before going digital

By |September 28th, 2017|

I am confused about mere an action of going digital. Is it one-time event when a company was not digital at all and then instantly became digital? I ve never seen such situation in practice.

Is there any company now, which is not digital altogether? I suppose, not. It is really hard to find a company […]

Importance of processes in digital era

By |September 14th, 2017|

Digital era has brought business process management from niche technology privileged for large corporations to mainstream of modern business. While traditional organizational structures composed of human workers can more or less efficiently operate under process agnostic classical management, digital systems simply do not understand any other language except for rigid and strictly defined workflows. Any […]

Erosion of control in AI

By |September 3rd, 2017|

While AI presence explosively grows in business and daily routine, little to none of its regular adopters really understand the technology or take a moment to think about its implications and consequences.

Lion’s share of AI grounds on various forms of neural networks or, at least, uses them as an essential component. Mathematically, neural network is […]

Unnoticed BPM revolution

By |August 26th, 2017|

Even despite BPM methodology and tools are widely known for at least a decade, there still exists a prejudice that BPM is mere a niche technology not well suitable for every company. This biased view entirely ignores crucial visionary role, which plays BPM in the entire IT landscape.

It is hard to find even a single […]

Case vs process

By |August 11th, 2017|

Case is a grouping container for business objects and processes. None is a replacement or an inclusive container for another. Both are equally important for a balanced BPM solution. Well measured combination of case management and process orchestration where either side never overweight another is essential in a successful BPM initiative.

Low-code / no-code BPM

By |August 2nd, 2017|

It would be an error to say that low-code platforms are an exclusive prerogative of BPM systems. In a wide sense, any modern platform already is low-code. Computers do not operate on a level of programming languages. They just execute sequences of binary commands. In this sense, any programming language, even low-level one, such as […]

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