Oracle OpenWorld 2013: BPM is Hotter Than Ever
By Tanu Sood-Oracle on Oct 16, 2013
Originally Posted on Oracle BPM Blog
Author: Ajay Khanna, Director, Oracle
This year Oracle OpenWorld was bigger than ever. Oracle BPM team designed more than 20 best practices and customer sessions, set-up six demo booths and had many hands on labs available to the attendees. For those who were unable to come to Oracle OpenWorld (or missed some sessions), I want to share some ideas, messages, and takeaways from several BPM sessions that ran at this event. Processes are the key differentiators for most of the organizations. Processes provide a competitive edge, efficiencies and desired customer experience to make an organization successful.
To make our customers successful and help them deliver the right customer experience to their end-customers, Oracle is making a significant investment in enhancing the Oracle BPM Suite and adding pre-built solutions called Process Accelerators. Some of these significant enhancements were discussed by Oracle’s Executive Vice President Thomas Kurian in General Session : Accelerate Business Innovation with Oracle Fusion Middleware.
Thomas was joined by Gangadhar Konduri , VP Product Management who showcased some of the cool features like web based Process Composer and Mobile workspaces. We have the entire session recorded for you, you can replay it on-demand.
Another subject of significant interest at OpenWorld was Adaptive Case Management. Oracle Open World Session: Managing Knowledge Worker Processes discussed the key aspects of ACM, its capabilities and how it allows users to manage unstructured Processes.
Oracle Process Accelerators provide quick time-to-solution with production grade, best-practices process solution that is ready to deploy. Details of that session can be read in the blog “Oracle Open World Redux: A Manifesto for Adaptable yet Out-Of-the-Box BPM Business Solutions “
Then there were many sessions discussing methodology and best practices to create process based solutions. Some of these sessions are recapped in articles below:
This OpenWorld we saw many Oracle BPM customers taking the stage and discussing how they achieved business excellence with BPM. Links below will give you a quick overview of these sessions and stories that they shared.
It is always exciting to hear from customers and learn directly from the BPM practitioners. These sessions provided all an opportunity to interact with experts who have traveled the road and have been successful in delivering phenomenal business results by using Oracle BPM to manage, control and optimize their business processes.
Even if you missed this year’s OpenWorld, you can discover all the current trends and solutions by attending an Oracle Day 2013, and OTN Developer Day – Oracle Business Process Management Suite, and other simplifying integration events at the following site (link)