How to Design an IBM BPM Solution

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Authors: Magnus Borgenstrand

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    Abstract

    IBM Business Process Manager is a comprehensive business process management suite that provides visibility and management of your business processes. IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) supports the whole business process management lifecycle approach, namely discover and document, plan, implement, deploy, manage, and optimize. Process owners and business owners can use this solution to engage directly in the improvement of their business processes.

    IBM BPM excels in integrating role-based process design and provides a social business process management experience. It enables asset sharing and versioning through its Process Center that act as a unified repository, making it possible to manage changes to the business processes with confidence. IBM Business Process Manager supports a wide range of standards for process modeling and exchange, and built-in analytics and search capabilities help to further improve and optimize the business processes.

    This IBM Redbooks Solution Guide provides valuable information for project teams and business people that are involved in projects using IBM BPM. It describes at a high level the important design decisions that you as a team will face. These decisions will invariably have an impact on the success of your project. These decisions range from the more business centric decision such as, which should be your first process to the more technical decisions like solution analysis and architectural considerations.

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