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Implementation Brief: Active Endpoints’ ActiveVOS BPMS - ENABLING DYNAMIC GROWTH

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Western Governors University is an online university that was facing student management challenges as it continued to grow at a significant pace. The university is in a rapid growth state, and was looking for a BPM solution, one that would be based on standards and could incorporate human tasks with automated processes.

The IT organization at WGU launched a search for a BPM system that was standards-based, supported a services-oriented architecture and easily deployed and maintained on their own. After considering several of the other solutions (including JBoss jBPM and coding a solution themselves), WGU selected the ActiveVOS business process management system (BPMS) from Active Endpoints. In this Upside Research Implementation Brief, we’ll take a closer look at the university, its challenges, and its decision to select a model-driven BPMS over a set of non-integrated propriety tools as the foundation for its SOA architecture. We’ll also examine the business impact of its BPM deployment.

Vendor:
Active Endpoints, Inc.
Posted:
09 Aug 2010
Published:
05 Aug 2010
Format:
PDF
Length:
7 Page(s)
Type:
Analyst Brief
Language:
English

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