Standards Groups

The Standards Groups listed on this page are experts from a variety of industries that have played important roles in the development of process management-related standards. Our partnerships with leading Standards Groups allow us to leverage their expertise within our solutions to transfer the benefits to our clients.


The Object Management Group® (OMG®) is a non-profit computer-industry consortium best known for its important role in industry standards development. Interfacing's solutions support OMG best-practices and leverage their Business Process Modeling Notation™ (BPMN™) for process modeling in the Enterprise Process Center® (EPC). Interfacing is a voting member of OMG on BPM standards.OMG
Founded in 1977 as a member-based non-profit, the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC®), specializes in benchmarking, knowledge management, measurement, and process improvement. In 1992, the APQC introduced the Process Classification FrameworkSM (PCF) as a common language for describing organizational processes, and the PCF has since become the most widely-used process framework in the world. Interfacing's Enterprise Process Center® (EPC) comes preloaded with all of the APQC's industry-specific processes classification frameworks (Automotive, Banking, Education, Pharmaceutical, Telecommunications, etc.), allowing clients to leverage built-in process libraries for simplified process modeling and accelerated BPM implementation.APQC

The Office of Government Commerce (OGC) is an independent office of HM Treasury, the United Kingdom's economics and finance ministry. The OGC developed ITIL®, the most widely-accepted approach to IT service management (ITSM) in the world, designed to help organizations optimize their ITSM practices. The ITIL framework is built into Interfacing's Enterprise Process Center® (EPC) to allow clients to leverage a preloaded process library that facilitates the integration of IT and business operations.

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Business Process Incubator is an online resource sparking to life the promises of Business Process Management (BPM). Free registration provides access to a wealth of BPM related resources such as free BPMN modelers, best practice presentations, verification and conversion web-services to-and-from various BPM standards, and a complete BPM eLearning curriculum. Interfacing is pleased to be a contributing partner of Business Process Incubator. Click here to register or learn more.Business Process Incubator
TM Forum is the world's leading industry association focused on improving business effectiveness for service providers. TM Forum's Business Process Framework (eTOM) is built into Interfacing's Enterprise Process Center® (EPC) to allow clients to leverage a widely deployed and accepted process model in the information, communications, and entertainment industries.TMForum
Developed by the Supply Chain Council (SCC), the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR®) model serves as the cross-industry de facto standard diagnostic tool for supply chain management. Interfacing's Enterprise Process Center® (EPC) supports the SCOR methodology and allows clients to leverage the SCC's unique framework for linking business processes, metrics, best-practices, and technology for more effective supply chain management.SCOR
Established in 1994 as a "follow-on" organization to the European ESPRIT project, AMICE, the CIMOSA Association (COA), is involved in BPM-oriented enterprise engineering, interoperability, and related standards. The CIMOSA enterprise modeling framework defines an architecture for enterprise integration (EI) with the goal of establishing standards for an enterprise modeling framework and language, as well as an integrating infrastructure for model enactment.CIMOSA

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