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Business Process Managment
Business Process Managment
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MBA-TM academic presentation. Trans + references. Overview of BPM needs at a fictitious company.

MBA-TM academic presentation. Trans + references. Overview of BPM needs at a fictitious company.

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    • 1. Business Process Management for SaveWithUs by Mark Carlson
    • 2. Overview
      • BPM Introduction
      • BPM History
      • BPM Features
      • Benefits of a BPM System
      • BPM Touchpoints
      • Major Vendor Products
      • Spotlight: BlueSpring™ BPMS 4.5
    • 3. Introduction
      • BPM systems build, execute, and monitor automated processes that may go across organizational boundaries to facilitate optimum operational efficiency
      • Forrestor Research estimates that BPM systems will grow from $1.2 billion in 2005 to over 2.7 billion in 2009 (Tanrikorur, 2007)
    • 4. BPM History
      • 1990’s: Workflow was the tool of choice with the focus on people and document processes.
      • Enterprise application integration (EAI) vendors gave rise to more sophisticated BPM features.
      • Today, BPM systems manage processes that include person-to-person and system-to-system communications or combinations thereof (Tanrikorur, 2007).
    • 5. BPM Features
      • Automated person-to-person processes (Front office solutions)
      • Automated system-to-system processes (Back office solutions)
      • Automated translation of businesses processes into technical code
      • Incorporated tools such as email, documents, DB queries, report creation, or calculations
      • Can overcome distance and heterogeneous systems via web services
      • BPMs are managed in a lifecycle to ensure continual improvement and predictability
    • 6. Benefits of a BPM System
      • Transparency – bottlenecks, delays, and risks are seen immediately
      • Process Refinement – emerging data allows for consistent improvements
      • Centralization of Data – workflow metrics are stored and available for future mining (Tanrikorur, 2007)
      • Business Back in Control – IT plays an implementation role based on business needs
      • Higher Customer Satisfaction
      • Improved Decision-Making (Enjbiz.com, 2007)
    • 7. BPM Touchpoints
      • Inside Touchpoints
        • Distribution centers- phone, person-to-person, website
        • Manufacturing centers – phone, person-to-person, website
        • Sales Department – phone, person-to-person, mobile devices
        • System – web services, email, mobile devices, and dashboard/other application interfaces
      • Outside Touchpoints
        • Vendors – phone, person-to-person workflows, email, web services, mobile devices
        • Customers – phone, person-to-person, email, website, mobile devices
    • 8. Major Product Vendors
      • BlueSpring (2007), BPMS 4.5
      • Savvion (2007), BPM Studio
      • TIBCO (2007), TIBCO iProcess Suite
      • IBM (2007), WebSphere Process Server
      • PegaSystems (2007), SmartBPM Suite
      • Global360 (2007), Process360, Execute360, Case360
      • DST Systems (2007), Automated Work Distributor (AWD)
    • 9. Spotlight: BlueSpring BPMS 4.5
      • Attributes
        • Developed from the ground up to be a 3rd generation Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) technology, and not just a workflow upgrade
        • BPM Suite is a highly scalable, Service Oriented Architecture application built on the Microsoft .NET 3.0 platform (BlueSpring, 2007).
    • 10. Spotlight: BlueSpring BPMS 4.5
      • Advantages
        • Design, configure, execute, and manage processes without writing code
        • Does not require expensive development tools
        • Easy to decipher graphical interface
        • Dashboard reports
        • MS SharePoint foundation for current SharePoint users
        • Built in Business Activity Monitoring tools
        • Access task lists via the web, Pocket PC, or custom interface (BlueSpring, 2007).
    • 11. Spotlight: BlueSpring BPMS 4.5
        • Uniqueness
          • More "out of the box" features than any other product on the market
          • BPM Suite comes pre-integrated with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Business Solution products
          • No programming knowledge required for business designers
          • Lowest entry cost point (BlueSpring, 2007)
    • 12. References
      • BlueSpring. (2007). Retrieved December 9, 2007 from http://www.bluespringsoftware.com/products
      • DST Systems, Inc. (2007). Retrieved December 10, 2007 from http://www.dstsystems.com/dstsol/awd/awd_home.html
      • Enjbiz. (2007). BPM benefits. Retrieved December 11, 2007 from http://www.enjbiz.com/BPM%20benefits.html
      • Global 360. (2007). G360 enterprise BPM Suite. Retrieved December 10, 2007 from http://www.global360.com/products/g360_enterprise/
      • IBM. (2007). Websphere software. Retrieved December 10, 2007 from http://www-306.ibm.com/software/websphere/
      • Pegasystems. (2007). SmartBPM Suite. Retrieved December 10, 2007 from http://www.pega.com/Products/SmartBPMSuite.asp
      • Savvion. (2007). Retrieved December 10, 2007 from’ http://www.savvion.com/bpm-products/businessmanager-7.php
      • Tanrikorur, T. (2007). Business process Management 101: The basics of BPM and how to choose the right suite. Retrieved December 10, 2007 from http://www.intelligententerprise.com/print_article.jhtml?articleID=199204260
      • Tibco. (2007). Business process management software. Retrieved December 10, 2007 from http://www.tibco.com/software/business_process_management/default.jsp

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