When I hear people talk about the difference between IT and “the business” within the process space, they’re often only describing the difference between IT and business analysts. Anyone else doesn’t seem to be taken into consideration when running process initiatives.
One of the surprising (and for me, interesting) sessions at DEBS 2011 was the edBPM section – where event processing collides with business process management (or business processes, anyway). While much of the BPM world concentrates on workflow-oriented BPM (supported with automated services), there are several interesting areas (or extensions)… Read More →
Checking through the presentations and workshops for IRMUK’s Business Analysis (and BPM) 2009 conference last month, I thought it would be interesting to see much focus there was on business event modeling. Probably the star (from the event perspective) was James Archer from the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea… Read More →
Forrester’s James Kobelius made some interesting comments on the proposed buy-out of IDS Scheer – known for their high level process modeling tool Aris – by SoftwareAG. Such as: “What’s most exciting, and potentially differentiating, about the Software AG/IDS Scheer BI portfolio is the combination of CEP with mashup and… Read More →