Business Process Management Enabled by SOA

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Published on 26 March 2009, updated 24 July 2009

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IBM Form #: REDP-4495-00


Authors: Anthony Catts and Joseph St. Clair

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    Abstract

    The IBM® Business Process Management (BPM) Enabled by SOA Method provides a structured process for developing an organization's cross-functional, customer-focused, end-to-end core business processes that achieves strategic business objectives, integrates verticals, optimizes core work, and creates a framework for continuous improvement. This methodology is an IBM intellectual property that is used in BPM engagements but not available in detail to readers of the IBM Redbooks publication outside of IBM.

    Our purpose in this IBM Redpaper is to introduce you to the concepts that we use in the IBM BPM Enabled by SOA methodology.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction

    Chapter 2. Envision phase

    Chapter 3. Assess phase

    Chapter 4. Define phase

    Chapter 5. Execute phase

    Chapter 6. Optimize phase

     

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