BPM (Business Process Management) is ameans of defining and managing what happens,from beginning to end, in a “business process.”A business process is any sequence of activitiestaken to deliver the required service or outputFirstly
Bonitasoft as part of BPM is…a tool supporting the BPM methodologyto model, automate,monitor and optimizethe processes of an organization
• Fully open-source.• Full featured workflow• Web-based deployment• Follows standard BPM notation• Almost Zero Coding !!!• Supports Agile Software Delivery• Scalable and extendable automation• Connects to popular systems (100+built-in connectors)• Documentation highly available• Active community supportWhy Bonitasoft BPM?Bonita Open Solution 5.5Started 2001, Europe-basedDownloaded 500k times100+ world wide client subscriptions18
Better management of end-to-end processUser-friendly “inbox” interface for processorsProcess simulation and work load analysisEnforces task accountabilities & task delegationEncourages collaboration between business and ITWhy Bonitasoft BPM?19
BPM Notation (BPMN)Friday, May 21, 2010 21• Flow Objects•Event•Activity•Gateway• Connecting Objects (arrows)•Process Sequence Flow•Message FlowThis is the basic set. Detailed patterns can be found in the International BPMN 2.0 guidefrom BPMN.org
BPMN – Flow ObjectsFriday, May 21, 2010 22Events also depict howa process starts
BPMN – Flow ObjectsFriday, May 21, 2010 23Types of Start EventsStart Event Triggers There are many ways that business process can be started (instantiated). The Trigger for a Start Event isdesigned to show the general mechanism that will instantiate that particular Process. There are six types of Start Events in BPMN:None, Message, Timer, Rule, Link, and Multiple. Table 9.4 displays the types of Triggers and the graphical marker that will be usedfor each:
BPMN – Flow ObjectsFriday, May 21, 2010 24Types of END EventsEnd Event Results A BPMN modeler can define the consequence of reaching an End Event. This will be referred to as the EndEvent Result.
BPMN – Flow ObjectsFriday, May 21, 2010 26Gateways
BPM Notation (BPMN)Friday, May 21, 2010 27Gateways
BPMN – Flow ObjectsFriday, May 21, 2010 28Connecting Objects
Sample of Basic BPMN Process DesignFriday, May 21, 2010 29
Sample of Basic BPMN Process DesignFriday, May 21, 2010 30With deadline or cut off
Tips on Designing To-Be Process• Process Flow – Normal, Adhoc & Exceptions, Patterns• Processing Rule• Process SLA• Process Performers• Process Metrics and Reports• Process Controls• Process Risk Controls
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