Máster Universitario en Dirección de Procesos Estratégicos

Máster Universitario en BPM para la Transformación Digital

lunes, 25 de abril de 2016

Software AG presenta la nueva generación de soluciones de analítica y visualización de negocio

SoftwareAG ha presentado la disponibilidad de MashZone NextGen Business Analytics, basada en Presto, que surgió de la adquisición de JackBe y que sustituye al original MashZone de Software AG. Incluye una funcionalidad adicional que permite a los usuarios crear interactivas y potentes visualizaciones de la información, compartir cuadros resumen y conocimiento con la posibilidad de verlos en cualquier dispositivo.
La capacidad para recopilar, supervisar, realizar cuadros resumen, analizar y comprender un flujo de información que se mueve rápidamente es fundamental para cualquier empresa digital. Llevar a cabo una analítica descriptiva, prescriptiva y predictiva o una profunda exploración de la información y visualizar esta inteligencia operativa, supone un avance revolucionario, únicamente disponible en la Digital Business Platform de Software AG. MashZone NextGen comprende un generador de paneles de control basado en HTML5 y una analítica guiada a partir de los cuales los usuarios son capaces de obtener conocimiento empleando visualizaciones a medida o creadas previamente en el marco de la Digital Business Platform.
Giles Nelson, vicepresidente senior de Gestión de Producto de Software AG sostiene que: “Los ejecutivos de operaciones y los analistas de información pueden obtener analítica en tiempo real y una amplia visualización al utilizar MashZone NextGen con Digital Business Platform. Esto les permite trabajar con más exactitud y a una velocidad que ayuda a tomar mejores decisiones en menos tiempo”.
MashZone NextGen se conecta a distintos tipos de fuentes de datos, incluyendo el almacenamiento de información compatible con JDBC, información transmitida en tiempo real de Apama, la información in-memory de Terracotta BigMemory, tablas ARIS, archivos XML, los terminales y servicios web REST y las hojas de cálculo de Microsoft® Excel®. Entre los usos característicos se incluyen: una analítica de autoservicio, analítica in-memory, inteligencia operativa, visualización de la información, conocimiento de la situación y una business intelligence en modo autoservicio. 
Las prestaciones de autoservicio en MashZone NextGen permiten a un usuario profesional crear de forma autónoma cuadros resumen sin depender del apoyo de TI. Esta autonomía se convierte en una ventaja competitiva importante para las empresas que quieren capacitar a sus usuarios para que tomen decisiones con rapidez”, apunta Giles Nelson.
MashZone NextGen es un elemento esencial dentro de la Digital Business Platform de Software AG, un set integrado de potentes tecnologías, capacidades y metodologías para gestionar una transformación digital y remodelar los diseños empresariales que permiten a la compañía extraer el máximo beneficio de la información, preocuparse más por el cliente, estar hiperconectada y ser muy ágil. Digital Business Platform está disponible en la nube, como servicio, on premise o en una configuración híbrida. 

domingo, 24 de abril de 2016

Interview: Roger Tregear is Interviewed by Zbigniew Misiak from BPMtips

Many of you asked Zbigniew Misiak about the best ways to introduce BPM in organization.
To help you find answers to your questions Zbigniew invited for an interview one of the editors of the recent book "Questioning BPM?": Roger Tregear from Leonardo Consulting, BPM consultant, educator and coach in Australia, NZ, USA, India and the Arab States.  

In this interview Roger shares many practical tips regarding ways to "sell" BPM in organization and establishing the Office of BPM.

You can learn more here: http://bpmtips.com/roger-tregear-interview/

And you can download the extended version of the interview where Roger answers question about pitfalls to avoid here: http://bit.ly/1NIysFY
Source: Zbigniew Misiak 

lunes, 18 de abril de 2016

BPM vendors in The Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Development Platforms, Q2 2016” report

The BPM vendor Appian has announced that it has been named a Leader by Forrester Research, Inc. in the independent analyst firm’s “The Forrester Wave™: Low-Code Development Platforms, Q2 2016” report. Appian is the only BPM vendor in the report’s Leaders category. AgilePoint, Bizagi and K2 have been named Strong Leaders. In addition, Appian received the highest scores of any vendor in two of the report’s three top-level “Current Offering” criteria, Declarative tooling for low-code development, and App deployment and security features. Appian also received the highest scores possible in three of the report’s four “Strategy” criteria, Strategy Assessment, Self-Service enablement, and Partner ecosystem.
Low-code platforms represent an emerging market that Forrester began tracking in 2014. Forrester defines low-code platforms as “Platforms that enable rapid delivery of business applications with a minimum of hand-coding and minimal upfront investment in setup, training, and deployment.
The report cites that “Appian leads with compelling developer and process tools. Appian is the only business process management (BPM) vendor to crack the Leaders category in our Forrester Wave, reflecting heavy investment over the past two years to beef up its platform to better serve developers.”
The report also states: “Appian’s greatest strengths include a full-featured process modeler, mobile and user experience development, and cloud deployment. Appian also provides centralized functionality for managing and applying style sheets and branding, with support for pixel-perfect control over user interfaces. Appian has a wide partner ecosystem, which includes strategic partnerships with the largest systems integrators, management consultants, and implementation specialists.”

Samir Gulati, Vice President of Marketing at Appian, said, “Real business transformation happens when you can rapidly turn new ideas into new and modern software applications. We believe the Low-Code Platforms market will deliver incredible enterprise value, and we intend to continue leading the evolution of the market.”
Source: Appian's Press Release 

The Indian BPM market may grow 21% according to Nasscom report

The Indian BPM market is expected to record revenue of Rs 23,500 crore in 2015-16, with the third party BPM industry employing 2,40,000 people.

The domestic business process management (BPM) market could grow at a compound annual growth rate of 21% over the next five years to Rs 50,000 crore, generating over 3-lakh additional job opportunities for third party BPM providers even as they move to tier-III and tier-IV cities, according to National association of Software and Services Companies' (Nasscom) "Domestic BPM Market 2016" report.

The largest sectors serviced by the BPM industry last year were BFSI and telecom, each constituting 35% of the revenue, while travel and leisure constituted 10%, retail 6%, and government 5%.

Read more in ET Bureau

domingo, 10 de abril de 2016

VIDEO BPM Case: Why Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Chose the Appian Platform

William Flowers, VP of IT Services, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport, discusses why DFW selected Appian to eliminate paper, utilize enterprise mobility and get the right data in to the right hands at the right time.  Let's see the video:

DFW is located between the cities of Dallas and Fort Worth, Texas, and is one of the world’s largest international airports in terms of traffic. The airport’s total facility covers roughly 27 square miles, making it larger than New York’s Manhattan Island. As of 2013, DFW ranked fourth globally for airports in terms of aircraft movement and eighth busiest in terms of passenger traffic. DFW reached a major milestone earlier in 2013 by achieving 200 nonstop destination flights moving in and out of its terminals.
Given its size, DFW needed a more efficient and reliable way to manage its myriad of back office operations. DFW mainly used paper-based processes, requiring the physical transportation of forms and files across the facility. Appian Cloud creates more modern and efficient ways to conduct business, while also supporting the airport’s goal of reducing paper consumption by 50 percent. Through process automation Appian gives DFW greater agility in its operations, while Appian’s native mobile apps give employees better access to enterprise processes and data.
Appian Cloud provides us with smart and efficient business solutions that support our corporate goals of increasing efficiency and agility across our operations,” said William Flowers, DFW Vice President of Information and Technology Services. “The power of the platform, coupled with the speed and cost benefits of cloud delivery, provides our airport with the solutions we need for our process modernization efforts.
Appian’s unique capabilities will connect 2,000 DFW employees across all staff levels with enterprise data, processes, and social collaboration throughout the organization. DFW chose cloud delivery to accelerate the development and deployment of its modern process solutions.
DFW’s Appian program exemplifies how modern BPM can unite the largest of organizations to operate and react to change more quickly and effectively,” said Matt Calkins, president and CEO of Appian.Using Appian Cloud, DFW has a single platform for the rapid rollout of modern business solutions across the organization.”
Source: Appian's Press Release
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Internet of Things & BPM case study: Polish hospice connected telemedicine devices

As you know IoT is a great opportunity for BPM, as any sensor will send an event to start an automated process that it should be executed by BPM engine. PNMsoft provides a fascinating IoT and BPM case study, they review how a major Polish hospice connected telemedicine devices to an intelligent BPM software to transform patient care, made by Amedar Consulting Group. 

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