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Looks like Process Modeling and BPMN is a hot topic this year


I have for the most part been inactive in my blogging and writing, mostly due to life getting in the way.   But occasionally I take a look at where my ranking is at on Amazon when I type ‘BPMN’ or ‘Process Modeling’.   The ranking varies day to day.  But today, to my surprise, the book was in the number one spot.   Tom and I are amazed at how well the book is selling.   Thank you all for your support.   To me, this seems to be an indicator that Process Modeling is becoming more mainstream every day.  The book is ranking quite well in the management sciences category, which leads me to believe that Process Modeling in BPMN is not so much a niche market anymore.  Furthermore, trends of BPM product sales are on the rise.   But it’s not necessarily BPM automation systems (BPMS) that are on the rise.  Stand-alone and collaborative modeling tools are also becoming more popular as well.

For those of you who have not gotten your copy yet, we have a special price on the Kindle version right now at $9.90.

The Microguide to Process Modeling in BPMN 2.0: How to Build Great Process, Rule, and Event Models

  Kindle Edition  or   Paperback Edition 


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