Selection Criteria Details for Business Process Management Suites, 2009
Published: 02 January 2009
Successful BPMS selection requires following a proven set of common practices, such as a weighted criteria spreadsheet, for establishing the importance of each of the 10 areas of BPMS functionality described. This research lists a universe of features to consider when selecting a BPMS.
Table Of Contents
- The BPMS and BPM
- The Philosophy Behind BPM
- Typical BPMS Usage Scenarios
- Overview of the 10 Major Areas of BPMS Functionality
- The Guiding Principles of a "Good" BPMS
- Detailed View of the 10 BPMS Core Components
- Process Execution and State Management Engine
- Model-Driven Composition Environment
- Document and Content Interaction
- User and Group Interaction
- Basic Connectivity
- BAM and Business Event Support
- Simulation and Optimization
- Business Rule Management
- Management and Administration
- Process Component Registry/Repository
- Overall Product Experience
- Prebuilt Frameworks, Models, Flows, Rules and Services
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