Process Execution

Workflow Management











Ensure Integrity - Bridge people and Systems

Process Execution

Key Benifits
• Streamline the end-to-end execution of business processes
• Route information via an electronic messaging backbone
• Enforce BPM strategies on all levels of company performance
• Effectively utilize IT and human resources.

Ensure Integrity for Process Execution - Business Process Management gives companies the power to implement and control specific business strategies. This value becomes limited when processes are not successfully executed. If employees and IT resources are unable to participate in process execution, company strategy
cannot be realized. Dynamic process execution must engage human resources and simultaneously orchestrate and invoke supporting IT applications and services.

Agile Process Execution Bridges People and Systems - Using the Enterprise Process Center (EPC), your company can take advantage of a detail-rich modeling environment with an integrated workflow system to manage and orchestrate your processes. Model processes and assign roles, resources, and services to activities; then publish your model for execution within your operational work environment. EPC allows your organization to develop and maintain a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) strategy which allows your workflows to remain flexible, and to adapt quickly to change. Every task is updated and prioritized automatically, allowing employees to effectively manage their time, and execute their responsibilities, according to high-level business strategies. EPC is BPEL compliant, ensuring that workflow execution can be managed by a wide range of applications. Model your company processes in the industry standard BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation), and then export to BPEL (Business Process Execution Language) for execution. With the EPC, your processes are never limited - our solution provides you with multi-platform integration that will enable your company to execute an effective business strategy at all levels of your organization.

Standards and Integration











Leverage Standards in BPM


EPC proliferates your integration-intensive processes on all levels of the organization. With our support for the most widely accepted industry standards, your processes can move beyond company lines.

Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN)

BPMN (Business Process Modeling Notation) serves as a communicative tool that enables the smooth transition between process design and implementation. BPMN is accepted as the leading business process notation worldwide, which means that processes described in BPMN can be shared and easily understood.

Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)

BPEL is a process modeling/orchestration language that standardizes process descriptions in the XML markup language, allowing for the integration of business process management and automated web service applications.

WSDL/SOAP

WSDL (Web Service Description Language) is a language which describes web services for importing and documenting services and their functions. WSDL is used in conjunction with SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) to proliferate web services in a networked environment through a messaging framework.

ERP/CRM

Standardized master data entities and attributes manage the integration of information, which can be shared among systems via common services. The EPC allows you to automate your business processes end-to-end, communicating with processes in your existing ERP or CRM system via Master Data Management and Service Oriented Architecture.

 

Microsoft Office Integration


Process ExecutionImport your existing Visio process maps into the EPC to make use of existing process knowledge. Instantly create manuals, training materials, presentations and reports by exporting to Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.

 

Leverage your existing
IT Framework:

EPC Integrates with:

– MS Office Applications
(Word, Excel,PowerPoint®)
– Open Office Applications
– Adobe® PDF
– MS Visio®
– MS Project
– Sharepoint
Integrate with other 3rd party applications via:

– XML
– XMI
– BPEL
– APIs; SOAP
– CSV
– HTTP
– BPMN
– WSDL
– UDDI

EPC allows you to maintain your database standard (JDBC compliant):

– MS SQL
– Oracle®
– MYSQL®
– DB2

 

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