Thursday Feb 27, 2014

KPI Risk Assessment at bpmNext2013 – Manoj Das, Oracle

imageIn many scenarios, such as in Call Center, business users want to be alerted if a KPI threshold has not yet been violated but is at risk because the KPI has been trending up. Oracle Business Process Management’s BAM Composer allows non-technical business users to create temporal BAM queries including trending measures. Through simple point-click selection in a browser window, BAM Composer automatically generates the complex CQL statement implementing the business query. It also supports creation of mashups combining strategic BI data with operational BAM data and external sources. - read more here.

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Wednesday Apr 10, 2013

New Directions with Business-Driven Business Process Management–Webcast April 17th 2013

Webcast Date & Time April 17, 2013 10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Join Kris Nelson of Thomson Reuters and Oracle experts to learn how the next generation of Oracle BPM Suite offers many new business advantages including ways to:

    • Empower your business with enhanced modeling and simulation capabilities
    • Manage unstructured processes and provide rich customer experiences with adaptive
      case management
    • Create solutions quickly with Oracle’s process accelerator, which provides prebuilt processes with industry best practices


Presenters:


Amit Zavery, Vice President
Product Management and Product Development,
Oracle

Manoj Das, Vice President
Product Management,
Oracle

Kris Nelson, Director
Workflow and Content Preparation Systems,
Thomson Reuters

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Wednesday Oct 12, 2011

New version of BPM Suite 11.1.1.5 Feature Pack released

by Manoj Das: The BPM product team is very pleased to announce that BPM Suite 11.1.1.5 Feature Pack is now publicly available. This feature pack includes many significant enhancements and new features. Some of the highlights of this release are:

More Business Friendly

Significantly Enhanced Process Composer

  • Versions and Snapshots: From process composer, you can create and manage snapshots and see who changed what and when.
  • Sharing and Collaboration: An enhanced project-level sharing model and collaboration features showing who else is working on the project at any time
  • Improved Ease of Use: Their is a new project home that makes managing project and its artifacts much more intuitive. Also, improved properties window, editing cues, and many other enhancements targeted at business analysts.
New Business Analyst Features
  • Documentation (Report) Generation: Generate process documentation as HTML or XML. XML format may be used to create custom outputs.
  • BPMN 2.0 Collaboration View: Provide a collaboration diagram view based on BPMN 2.0 specification; available in both Composer and Studio.

More Agile

  • Alter Flow: Alter Flow lets an appropriately privileged user alter the execution of a process by changing the process data and/or moving it to a different activity.
  • Instance Patching: Change the definition of process and patch in-flight instances to the new definition

More Complete

  • Broader UCM Integration: Process and task attachments can be easily managed in UCM and related metadata can be set from BPM.
  • Advanced Services Integration: Some of the more advanced services integration capabilities available in our BPEL product such as message based correlation and ability of a process instance to converse with multiple instances of another process or service are now available in BPMN. (The BPMN features are Correlations and Conversations).
  • Richer Human Workflow: New features including parametric roles, organization unit based role selection, sticky-user based assignment, and support for 4-eye principle (if a person did one task exclude them from another task) were added.  

Richer Process Analytics

  • Round-trip Simulation – Create simulation scenarios based on run time data.
  • BI Integration: Process specific views are automatically created on top of the process STAR schema to facilitate analysis using Oracle BI or any other BI tool.

Something for Developers Too

  • Draft Mode: Develop process incrementally by marking activities as draft or test a process while a service is offline.
  • Custom Log: Add custom messages to be added to the BPM log and audit trail.
  • Rule Test Framework: Easily create and run test cases for testing business rules (see chapter 8 of doc).
  • Enhanced Rule Audit Trail: Rule audit trail shows much more information including state of facts, rule stack, etc.
  • Workspace Customization: Easier customization of Workspace including skinning, disabling standard tabs, more fetaure rich custom tabs, custom links, and ability to customize Inbox.
  • Documented BPM APIs: In addition to the fabric and workflow APIs, BPM APIs are also documented (see javadoc).

Download and More Info

For a more complete article on the new features in this release, link to the documentation, as well as instructions on downloading it see What’s New in BPM Suite 11.1.1.5 Feature Pack.

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Monday Aug 15, 2011

Mastering BPM11g WebCast Series

Enhance Your Knowledge of Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g Seven Ways
You’re an architect or developer who wants to learn more about Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g. Join us for this series of seven Webcasts. You’ll get information on use, deployment, and best practices.
BPM-related topics will include:

  • Planning
  • Mastering Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN)
  • Rule usage
  • Monitoring
  • Development with APIs
  • Deployment

Register for this complimentary Webcast series.


Oracle Unified BPM Suite 11g Overview
Thurs., August 18, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Manoj Das, Senior Director Product Management, BPM, Oracle
Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g is a complete, unified, and scalable platform that facilitates the management of all types of processes. Learn about Oracle BPM core competencies and market differentiators.


Mastering BPMN 2.0

Thurs., August 25, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Meera Srinivasan, Senior Principal Product Manager, BPM, Oracle
Oracle BPM is the first solution to support the BPMN Version 2.0 specification standards. Learn about BPMN 2.0 artifacts and how you can leverage concepts such as gateways, reusable subprocesses, and exception handling.


Ruling with Rules

Thurs., September 1, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Heidi Buelow, Senior Principal Product Manager, BPM, Oracle
The Oracle Business Rules engine can provide agility and flexibility in managing business processes. Learn how BPM addresses rule-based routing and run-time modification of business rules by a business analyst.


Empowering the Business User

Thurs., September 8, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Manoj Das, Senior Director Product Management, BPM, Oracle
Learn how Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g enables business users to be proactive in modeling, managing, and optimizing processes.


Process Analytics—Intelligent Decision-Making

Thurs., September 15, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
Payal Srivastava, Senior Principal Product Manager, BPM, Oracle
Hear about options to monitor and manage the performance of your BPM processes. Discover how to leverage the power of process analytics to adapt processes to trends and to optimize operational efficiency.


Oracle Unified BPM Suite APIs

Thurs., September 22, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
David Read, Senior Principal Product Manager, BPM, Oracle
Mark Nelson, Consulting Solution Architect Team, Oracle
Learn how to extend your BPM implementation using BPM APIs. See how a custom work list can be created using the APIs to suit project needs and to provide flexibility for customers.


BPM Deployment and High Availability

Thurs., September 29, 2011
10 a.m. PT / 1 p.m. ET
David Read, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle
Learn about best practices to consider in configuring and deploying Oracle BPM applications. This Webcast will also discuss high-availability concepts and architecture.

Register now
for the Mastering Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g Webcast series.

Webcast Series Mastering Oracle Unified Business Process Management Suite 11g

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