Applications are the backbone of your business. To run your business, you need many applications and systems like ERP, SCM, CRM, and Billing. Since companies acquired these applications during different time periods, they end up with disjointed applications and rigid silo'ed departmental processes locked inside the applications. Many applications were (more...)
We always say that BPM is not just a one-time application development project but about continuous process improvement. Organizations that have success with BPM have evolved their BPM initiatives from a single project to an enterprise-wide program.
In this session, we heard from three industry leaders and Oracle Unified Business (more...)
Open World Session: Achieving End-to-End Business Visibility with BPM and Business Intelligence
In this session Harish Gaur, Director Product Management discussed how dynamic enterprises are beginning to forge links between processes and data, particularly in the areas of operational BI and decision-intensive processes.
Bringing together BI and BPM can deliver (more...)
Authored by : David Read, Oracle Product Management
Earlier today, Sushil Shukla, Yogeshwar Kuntawar, and I (David Read) delivered an OpenWorld session that covered BPM design best practices. It was well attended. We’ve varied the content over the last few years to cover both lifecycle development process as well as design topics. (more...)
Oracle OpenWorld is also the time when we celebrate success of our customers. This is when many of our customers join us and share their success stories and retrace the path that led to their success. There is always so much to learn from their experience – challenges, traps to (more...)
Author: Tanu Sood, Principal Product Director, Oracle
Let’s face it – our applications map in the company isn’t clean. We have multiple applications, some homegrown, some acquired, a few other purchased. Chances are there is some overlap in what these applications do for us. We are in a constant state (more...)
To do business organizations depend on various kinds of enterprise applications. Over time organizations acquire many such applications including ERP systems, CRM systems, SCM applications, Contact Centers, Customer Service applications. They may also have many home grown applications, and some of them are even running in the main frame systems!
To help our valued BPM customers and partners make the most of their time at Oracle Open World 2013, we are pleased to present this Focus On BPM document. This document provides an excellent roadmap to must-attend sessions, demos, partner exhibits, and networking events during Oracle OpenWorld.
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More and more business users are taking the driver’s seat in business process management (BPM) initiatives. To ensure flexibility, productivity, and success, their BPM suites must make it easy to design, manage, improve, and control business processes—even unstructured ones.
In this webcast, leading industry analyst Bruce Silver will discuss what (more...)
In fast changing business environment, it becomes crucial to identify business opportunities and business issues as soon as possible. If identified at the right time, business managers can address issues before they escalate to serious problems and can take advantage of the new opportunities before the competition does. Moreover, they (more...)
Octopus is one of the smartest beings under the water. After (more...)
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...)
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...)