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A real experience of BPMN implementation

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Hi all, I will share with you a real experience of implementation of BPMN as a language for specification of business processes. One of the last projects I am working on is the definition of the procedures of the IT department of the Ministry of Employment of the Andalusian Goverment

I took the occasion to conduct a pilot project of introduction of BPMN as a notation for defining such procedures. The results are still excellent. We have a total of 42 99 business processes defined and have defined a template agile enough to have all the information necessary and sufficient.

The learning curve from the staff of the department has been very smooth and are pretty happy with the work done. With regard to the technical aspect, in principle thought to install an instance of Oryx, but I finally decided to make use of Visio templates and distribution of the definitions within the IT department collaborative environment based on Redmine.

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