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Presentation Business Agility On Ms Platform

  1. 1. Business Agility on Microsoft Platform Distinctive Selection criteria for BPM November 4, 2008 René van Ommen Solution Architect
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  18. 18. New Media Organic Agriculture E-Business Nanotechnology Homeland Security © Systemation
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  24. 24. Great Britain …in 1900 © Systemation
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  26. 26. Today’s 21-year-old have: played 10.000 hours of video games © Systemation
  27. 27. The games industry is in 2008 good for 2,85 Billion Euro © Systemation
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  30. 30. There are over 2.7 billion searches performed on Google each month © Systemation
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  33. 33. Revenue for in 2006 $6 Billion eBay was founded in 1996 © Systemation
  34. 34. According to BBC News, a new blog is created every second. © Systemation
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  49. 49. What Does This Mean For Us? Extensibility Methodology Quick (Business) Agility Flexibility Analyze On-demand Standardization Organization © Systemation
  50. 50. Examples Getting Information Where It Needs To Be When It Needs To Be There 30 minutes 5 Seconds Trading analytics 20 minutes 30 Seconds Airline operations 8 hours 10 Seconds Call center inquiries 1 day 5 minutes Track financial position 1 day 15 minutes Supply chain updates Mail express fax e-mail Document transfer 3 days 45 seconds 3 days 1 hour Phone activation 1 month 1 hour Refresh data warehouse 5 days 1 day Trade settlement 6 weeks 24 hours Build-to-order Dell PC 10 7 7 10 6 10 5 6 5 10 4 1,000 100 4 10 1 Seconds Source: Gartner, Understanding Business Process Management, 2004 © Systemation
  51. 51. Business Agility vs. Process Agility vs. Business Agility Process Agility © Systemation
  52. 52. Example: on-line shopping © Systemation
  53. 53. How To Deliver Process Agility: Model Driven © Systemation
  54. 54. Gartner Research Three Types of Model-Driven Composition: What's Lost in Translation? Source : Gartner (August 2008) © Systemation
  55. 55. Three Types of Model-Driven Composition Static Dynamic © Systemation
  56. 56. Explicit Process Model EPMs deliver the highest degree of dynamism for SOA-based, process compositions. Examples of products using this approach include © Systemation
  57. 57. Process Modeling © Systemation
  58. 58. Architecture Built For Agility vs Forrester Research, Gartner, IDC and Aberdeen all recognize the process agility advantages of Interpretive XML. © Systemation
  59. 59. How a Model Driven BPMS Works High Customers & Market Changed or New 1 2 Requirements Requirements Business Agility On-demand response Front Office Assemble readily executable workflow 1 Agility & Business/IT Alignment Index or Business Domain Assemble readily executable process-based or SOA applications 2 IT Growing Pool of Reusable Service Oriented Business Activity Components BPM Process Engine Code-free Abstract automation Engineering Domain • Reusable business activity IT assets developed by IT • Reusable business activity IT assets developed by IT Create • New ‘abstraction’ enables direct leverage at the process level • New ‘abstraction’ enables direct leverage at the process level IT/Developers Low © Systemation
  60. 60. BPM Selection Criteria on MS platform • Business / Process Agility – Model Driven – Process Modeling – Platform • Integration © Systemation
  61. 61. BPMS For Microsoft Platform © Systemation
  62. 62. Agile BPMS Platform ???? © Systemation
  63. 63. BPMS integration with Microsoft Stack © Systemation
  64. 64. BPM Selection Criteria on MS platform • Business / Process Agility – create or improve adaptable workflows on-demand – compose process-based, adaptive, loosely-coupled System-to-System integration – perform in-flight run-time adaptation & migration – evolve ad-hoc dynamic business processes without pre- defined course • Integration – integrate with complementary tools/products – invest in tools you already know © Systemation
  65. 65. And The Winner Is? © Systemation
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  67. 67. Thank You Come visit us at our stand www.systemation.nl info@systemation.nl Systemation • is specialised in providing sophisticated software solutions. • provide sophisticated solutions in specialist areas such as SOA Governance, SOA Security, SOA testing and User interface integration which is additional to the well- known large software suppliers. • represents several prominent software producers in the Netherlands, or the Benelux such as;

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