Part III – Managing the Unstructured, the Flexible and the Adaptive

| May 24, 2013

Part II – Perry Mason and the Case of the Unstructured Process

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Manage Processes, the way Octopus does

Octopus is one of the smartest beings under the water. After (more...)

Just in ‘Case’…

| Apr 12, 2013

Just in (more...)

Oralce BPM Suite New Release: Business Driven. Complete. Best Practice.


The first time I had a look at this release, I immediately fell in love with it. Everything was right where it belongs and worked as I expected. I am talking about the new release of Oracle BPM Suite 11g. The official release name is (more...)

Looking forward to Meeting you at Gartner BPM Summit

| Mar 27, 2013

Oracle is proud to sponsor Gartner BPM summit happening April 2-4 in National Harbor, Maryland. I am truly looking forward to the event this year. We have a number of our customers joining us for the event, and I personally am excited to meet them face-2-face and learn more about (more...)

Surround strategy is the sound strategy.

| Mar 12, 2013

Over the years, companies have acquired various applications to run their business. Companies started with accounting and financial systems, then went ahead and implemented ERP and then jumped into CRM and many others like SCM, HRM along the way.

Soon companies realized that these applications need to exchange information and started “integrating” them, which primarily meant updating data across systems. Such point to point integration of applications works for some time and then business changes and companies need to make “customizations” to the applications. That starts another six months to a year cycle of changes, updates, customizations and testing of (more...)

How fast is the process? Why does it matter?

Processes consume data, processes generate data. Some need a lot of data, like claims or loan, some generate a lot of data like online shopping. And data is generated at a different rates in different processes. Faster the process, faster is the rate at with they need data and generate data, in addition, response times of decisions in the process need to be adjusted accordingly. Some processes need a quick response, like when some highly caffeinated trader presses B instead of M while trading and takes the whole market down or algorithmic trading with a mind of its own. Some (more...)