CamundaCon 2019 breakout: DMN and BPMN for reusable survey forms at Indiana Farm Bureau

Sowmya Raghunathan and Corinna Cohn presented on a claims intake implementation that uses BPMN and DMN in an interesting way: driving the intake forms used by a claims administrator when gathering first notice of loss (FNOL) information from a claimant. The idea is that the claims admin doesn’t need to have any information about the … Continue reading “CamundaCon 2019 breakout: DMN and BPMN for reusable survey forms at Indiana Farm Bureau”

A match made in BPMN/DMN heaven: @bpmswatch joining @Trisotech

Trisotech recently announced that Bruce Silver – who writes and teaches the gold standard Method & Style books and courses on BPMN and DMN, and who has forgotten more about BPMN than most people ever learned – is joining Trisotech as a principal consultant. Congrats all around, although Bruce may regret this when he’s needed … Continue reading “A match made in BPMN/DMN heaven: @bpmswatch joining @Trisotech”

bpmNEXT 2019 wrapup: coverage from others plus my keynote video

Finally getting around to going through all of the other coverage of bpmNEXT, and reviewing the video of my keynote. This is the first time that I’ve presented these concepts in this presentation format, and I definitely have ideas about how to make this clearer: there are some good use cases to include in more … Continue reading “bpmNEXT 2019 wrapup: coverage from others plus my keynote video”

bpmNEXT 2019 demo: intelligent BPM by @SAP plus DMN TCK working group

ML, Conversational UX, and Intelligence in BPM, with Andre Hofeditz and Seshadri Sreeniva of SAP plus DMN TCK update We’re at the end of bpmNEXT for another year, and we have one last demo. Seshadri showed a demo of their intelligent BPM for an employee onboarding process (integrated with SuccessFactors), where the process can vary … Continue reading “bpmNEXT 2019 demo: intelligent BPM by @SAP plus DMN TCK working group”

bpmNEXT 2019 demos focused on creating smarter processes: decisions, RPA, emergent processes and machine learning with Serco, @FujitsuAmerica and @RedHat

A Well-Mixed Cocktail: Blending Decision and RPA Technologies in 1st Gen Design Patterns, with Lloyd Dugan of Serco Lloyd showed a scenario of using decision management to determine if a step could be done by RPA or a human operator, then modeling the RPA “operator” as a role (performer) for a specific task and dynamically … Continue reading “bpmNEXT 2019 demos focused on creating smarter processes: decisions, RPA, emergent processes and machine learning with Serco, @FujitsuAmerica and @RedHat”

bpmNEXT 2019 demos: microservices, robots and intentional processes with @Bonitasoft @Signavio and @Flowable

BPM, Serverless and Microservices: Innovative Scaling on the Cloud with Philippe Laumay and Thomas Bouffard of Bonitasoft Turns out that my microservices talk this morning was a good lead-in to a few different presentations: Bonitasoft has moved to a serverless microservices architecture, and the pros and cons of this approach. Their key reason was scalability, … Continue reading “bpmNEXT 2019 demos: microservices, robots and intentional processes with @Bonitasoft @Signavio and @Flowable”

bpmNEXT 2019 demos: automation services with @Trisotech and @bpmswatch

The day started with my keynote on rolling your own digital automation platform using BPM and microservices, which set the stage for the two demos and the round table discussion that followed. Best of Breed: Rolling Your Own Digital Automation Platform Using BPMS In A Microservice Architecture from Sandy Kemsley Business Automation as a Service, … Continue reading “bpmNEXT 2019 demos: automation services with @Trisotech and @bpmswatch”

bpmNEXT 2019 demos: citizen development, process analysis and AI-driven automation with @kissflow Wizly and @IBM

Is the Citizen Developer Story a Fairytale? by Neil Miller of Kissflow Given that Kissflow provides a low-code BPM platform, Neil’s answer is that citizen developers are not, in fact, unicorns: given the right tools, non-developers can build their own applications. Their platform allows a citizen developer to create a process-based application by defining a … Continue reading “bpmNEXT 2019 demos: citizen development, process analysis and AI-driven automation with @kissflow Wizly and @IBM”

Machine learning and process mining at bpmNEXT 2019 with BP Logix, Minit and Cognitive Technology

Note that Kris Verlaenen, jBPM project lead at Red Hat, is also blogging from here, check out his coverage for a different view. Democratizing Machine Learning with BPM, by Scott Menter and Joby O’Brien of BP Logix We’re now into the full demo sessions at bpmNEXT, and Scott and Joby are up to talk about … Continue reading “Machine learning and process mining at bpmNEXT 2019 with BP Logix, Minit and Cognitive Technology”