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How to execute a process flow diagram

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After investing a lot of time in modeling an enterprise you will miss a very beneficial part if you not put your process flows into executeable workflows. From “Design to Execution” is comming more and more important, especially if you need to proof the ROI. This presentation shows an agile and “Zero Code” implementation of an integrated BPM Suite. Below you can find the english version of my video, other languages are available in Login or Register to see the link>>. (more will be published soon)

I can recommend the following books to read to familiarize yourself with the Business Process Management (BPM) topic.

Business Process Management (BPM) can be a tedious task and the implementation or change of a work flow can take months. This is because all the different stakeholders needs to agree on an end to end process but also on the tools that not always support an agile work flow development.

My video is focusing on a zero code solution where you can draw your process flow diagram and transform it into an executable work flow. This model driven solution fits perfect in the BPM life cycle (Specification, Model, Design, Deploy, Manage) and as you can see the transformed work flow is easy to change and to customize even for business users. This gives the business user the capability to change the business rules or change the email flow for certain approval cycles as necessary within minutes without any heavy IT support.

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