In years past, business processes had to conform to the software they were running on: the Business Process Management suite. ActiveMatrix BPM was designed to change that. With the introduction of ActiveMatrix BPM 3.1 last month, you can compose business processes to conform to your business and how it changes—and do it quickly.
It’s a Whole New Day for Business Process Design
Now you can build a process that is much better designed to meet business needs, like responding in a more targeted way and in real time. The system allows both people and systems to compose and arrange the best process for the current situation, all on the fly. Both people and systems can also combine dynamically invoked processes, ad-hoc activities, independent work routing, and event-driven processes.
All businesses need processes. With ActiveMatrix BPM 3.1, yours can better fit what it is you do and make be a stronger, more agile solution. Here’s a short list of its flexible process design features:
- The complete spectrum of process styles in a single solution—ranging from traditional business processes to case management, so you have the
right mix for your needs.
- A broad range of API and UI options to adjust to your environment:
- Multiple out-of-the-box clients to cover a range of UI use cases
- An embeddable forms renderer that allows ActiveMatrix BPM to provide flexible user forms embedded in custom clients or portals
- Custom forms controls that let you use the form control library of your choosing (Vaadin, for example)
- Completely custom solutions that can be built to interact with ActiveMatrix BPM through its REST API, Web services API, or Java Service Connector
- Flexible and independent organizational models to support the complex relationships between departments, people, systems, roles, virtual teams, and geographies that comprise today’s enterprises
- Elastic organizations to accommodate parts of the organization that expand and contract regularly, like retail stores or bank branches
- Three different types of executable processes including stateful and stateless options to create optimal solutions for all of your use cases
- Dynamic work delivery and dynamic processes, so the right actions or people can be automatically determined and applied at runtime based on business data
- Self-service reporting, as well as Business Intelligence, to cover the full spectrum of BPM analytics
To learn more, join us for a webinar, Preparing Your Business for Rapid Process Change, featuring Forrester’s Clay Richardson, on Thursday, January 22, 2015 at 11:00 AM EST.