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The preso presented in Bangkok at a seminar invited by Association of Thai Software Industry (ATSI), on 3rd Aug 2011

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    Joget workflow v3 - Software Business Made Easy Joget workflow v3 - Software Business Made Easy Presentation Transcript

    • Joget Workflow v3 Software Business Made Easy Tien Soon. Law VP of Technical Consultancy, Open Dynamics© 2010 Open Dynamics 1
    • sawadee krap, pom chue Tiensoon krap• From Malaysia• Responsible for consulting, training, enterprise support and community building for Joget Workflow• BP Group Certified Process Master• MIM Certified Professional Trainer• @tiensoon @jogetworkflow
    • AgendaBuild Business Application, The Codeless Way i. Challenges in building business applications ii. Introduction to Joget Workflow iii. Demo iv. How open source model benefits the ecosystem
    • Business Application Consists ofProcess Flows Business Rules Approved == ‘Yes’ Approved == ‘No’CRUD Forms Reports Create Read Update Delete
    • And No Matter Which SoftwareDevelopment Methodology We Adopt …
    • Requirement Changes are Inevitable
    • Requirement Changes are Inevitable• After Functional Specification sign-off• During development• During User Acceptance Test• After deployment• .• ..• …• During maintenance phase
    • No One Likes ChangesCustomer Software Developer• Timeline affected • Timeline affected• May cost $ for change request • May lead to project scope creep • May hurt software quality • . • .. • May even lead to software developer leaving the company!
    • The Challenge is Not How We Can BestAvoid Changes,but …How We Can Quickly Adapt Our Softwareto Requirement Changes
    • With Joget Workflow, we can save atleast 35% of our time spent on softwaredevelopment
    • What is Joget Workflow ?
    • Open Source Software
    • Workflow Application Builder • Workflow Engine • Workflow Designer • Form Builder • Datalist Builder • Userview Builder
    • Focuses on Simplicity
    • A demo is worth a thousand words
    • Supports Product Extensibility withComprehensive Plugin Architecture
    • Supports Integration with ExternalSystems via RESTful JSON APIs &JavaScript AJAX APIs JSON / JavaScript
    • Rapid Growth From 19 downloads in Oct 2009, to 40,000 total downloads recorded in Jul 2011
    • Supports i18n Community-driven translation projects: http://translate.joget.org/
    • Strong Traction 800 adopter sites 600 community members 19 partners
    • Community Engagement Highlights• Google Summer of Code (GSoC) 2011: – Open311 Center, USA • Joget Workflow is a platform component in the implementation of Open311 Center – a project accepted into GSoC 2011, led by Code for America.• Google Apps, Drupal, WordPress, Twillio: – Community Plugins • Various community plugins to integrate Joget Workflow with Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Docs, Drupal, WordPress, and Twillio’s cloud community API.
    • Why BPM ?
    • Business Process Management (BPM)Software Market Size• Gartner: – Gartner estimates that the size of the BPMS market in 2009 totaled $1.9 billion in revenue, compared with $1.6 billion in 2008 — an increase of 15%. (Oct 18, 2010) – In Asia/Pacific, respondents expected strong increases in BPM spending, with 25% of respondents indicating that spending growth was likely to exceed 10%. (July 8, 2011)
    • Business Process Management (BPM)Software Market Size• Forrester: – Business process management (BPM) license, services, and maintenance revenue from software vendors will grow from approximately $1.6 billion in 2006 to $6.3 billion by 2011. (July 30, 2007)
    • How Much Did Companies Spend on BPMin 2009?• BPTrends: – 53% of the respondents reported that their companies spent under $500,000 on process work. (2010)
    • BPM software has a huge marketpotential; but more than half spent lessthan US$ 500,000 on implementation.This is a very good fit for open sourceBPM software!
    • ?Why Open Source
    • Given enough eyeballs, all bugs areshallow• Source code is one of the deliverables• 600 community members• Beta release is tested in use cases of multiple localities
    • All users benefit from everyone’scontributions• Translated into a number of popular languages in the world• Community-driven knowledge base and forums
    • You only pay for what you need, andwhen you need to.
    • Viral and rapid growth• 40,000 downloads and 800 adopter sites in less than 2 years.• In other words, 800 sales funnels in less than 2 years! And this is the real values for local partners collaborating with us.
    • How is software business made easy withJoget Workflow ?
    • There is no clear leader (yet) in the BPMSmarket for this gap:• Open source• Simplicity-driven• InexpensiveAnd Joget Workflow is gunning for thisposition.
    • You, as system integrator (SI) orindependent software vendor (ISV), focuson:• Creating web apps with Joget Workflow• Integrating Joget Workflow into your solution
    • We, Joget Workflow developers, will takecare on the product enhancements, andmaking sure you save 35% of your time!
    • Implementation Highlights• Government: – Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation (MOSTI), Malaysia • Implemented in the eHuman Capital Development (eHCD) portal • Automate 7 types of grant scheme • Each grant scheme is made up of 11 modules• Education: – Institut Teknologi Telkom, Indonesia • Automate administrative processes for student intake and enrollment
    • MOSTI’s eHCD
    • Implementation Highlights• Finance & Investment: – Cradle Investment Programme, Malaysia • Implemented in the management system of CIP500 grant, a funding scheme for Malaysian technology entrepreneurs • Automate the grant application, fund disbursements, and tracking of more than 800 companies – OSK Nusadana Securities, Indonesia • Automate Trading Limit Adjustment process • 7 branches
    • Implementation Highlights• Oil & Gas: – Society of Petroleum Engineers, USA • Automate conference registration process, integrated with e-payment gateway – Gas Malaysia, Malaysia • Automate operational processes – IT service request, vehicle service request, office equipment request• Construction: – Saudi Binladen Group, Saudi Arabia • Automate HR processes for construction sites that have 20 over thousands employees each
    • Implementation Highlights• Human Resource: – BrightMove, USA • Integrate with SaaS-based recruiting and staffing products• Hotels & Resorts: – Mikie Holiday Resort and Hotel, Indonesia • Automate leave application and approval process for more than 200 staffs
    • Services Provided by Open Dynamics• Training – Basic (for non-technical business process owners) – Advanced (for technical business analyst) – Developer (for software developers)• Consultancy – Integration – Business processes• Product implementation• Partner support and development• Enterprise support
    • 4-Day Training Programme• 2 days Basic Training + 2 days Advanced Training (hands- on)• For business analyst to design and automate business processes using proven methodology• Create a complete workflow application (processes, forms, tabular reports) using Joget Workflow• 4,000 THB / pax / day (min 6 pax), for ATSI Seminar attendees
    • Links• www.joget.org• community.joget.org• twitter.com/jogetworkflow• facebook.com/jogetworkflow• youtube.com/jogetworkflow