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Enabling Enterprise Business Process Management

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Business Process Management (BPM) garners much attention in the technology market. Several organizations, research firms, publications and bloggers provide frequent updates on trends and developments. The media forecasts enormous growth for BPM and its supporting technologies. Most of the coverage focuses on tactical issues related to specific components of BPM and on commentators' musings on technological nuances and specifications.

The premise of this paper is that enterprise process modeling, analysis, architecture and implementation are at the core of business process management and optimization. Topics covered include process modeling collaboration considerations, process architectures versus enterprise architectures and the requirements for linkages between the two and process implementation issues.

Author

Robert Shields Director of Product Marketing, Telelogic Robert Shields, Director of Product Marketing for Telelogic’s System Architect, has over 20 years of product management and strategy experience. He has lead marketing and product strategy for several software companies spanning business process reengineering, ERP, security and computer forensics solutions.
Vendor:
Telelogic, An IBM Company
Posted:
21 Oct 2008
Published:
21 Oct 2008
Format:
PDF
Length:
16 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English

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