The new Process Accelerators Release (220.127.116.11.3) includes
Previews for Employee Onboarding (EOB) and of Business Account Opening (BAO),
as well as customer-driven updates to all existing PAs.
showcase functionality that Oracle BPM customers and prospects can explore,
thus matching their requirements to upcoming PAs. Two previews are available in this release:
new Business Account Opening (BAO) preview enables financial services
providers to streamline the deposit account opening process for small and
medium size businesses. It provides sample customer facing web pages with
a guided user interface for entering and submitting a new product
application, including services selection, document submission, and
funding details. BAO moves the application through the documentation
review, identity verification, background checking, account opening,
funding, and activation stages. A BAM operational dashboard is also
available as part of this preview.
new Employee Onboarding (EOB) preview enables the provisioning process
required to make new hires productive when they arrive at their first day
of work. The process scope of the EOB preview includes a new hire
acceptance of an offer; a hiring manager provisioning using templates of
services mapped to job. Services such as office assignment and IT system
provisioning, are then provisioned by the Internal Service Request (ISR)
PA. The hiring manager can track the status of that request including escalations
to meet the hiring date requirements.
All existing PA have been enhanced for this
release. Major improvements include:
Request Management has new cost elements, Departure and Destination
locations, driven by maintainable tables, providing more accurate travel
analysis and auditing. These improvements have been driven by customer
requirements, including those driven by the extended deployment footprint
out-of-the-box configuration has been added to Document Routing and
Approval, to match approval patterns in use at different organizations.
Sector Incident Reporting has been enhanced with mobile application skins
for iPhone, Android, and Blackberry, Web Center integration for enhanced
collaboration between case workers, Geospatial Search and proximity
calculation capability for more effective map based incident pattern
analysis, and NIEM reporting.
to the Financial Services Loan Origination (FSLO) PA include selection of
preferred notification policies by loan applicants, a dynamically
generated checklist to simplify the document collection process by a loan
officer, and optional electronic acceptance of loan agreements.