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Cursus Business Process Management (BPMN)

Business process management (BPM) has been referred to as a "holistic management" approachto aligning an organization's business processes with the wants and needs of clients.

It promotes business effectiveness and efficiency while striving for innovation, flexibility, and integration with technology.


De opleiding BPMN & Business Process Management is bestemd voor CIO's, IT Managers, IT Architects en Business Managers.


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Dagopleiding, duur op aanvraag
(9u - 16u)

prijs op aanvraag (*)

Avondopleiding, duur op aanvraag
(19u - 22u)

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(*) Toeslag materiaal & lunch: 20 € pp.
(**) Toeslag materiaal: 10 € pp.

Alle prijzen zijn excl. 21% BTW.

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  • Course Objectives
  • Lesson Review
  • Why BPM and BPMN?
  • Topology of a BPM reference architecture
  • BPM Vendors overview
  • Positioning of vendor tools?

BPM overview

  • BPM vs BPMS
  • When to choose a BPMS
  • IT and business must work hand in hand
  • Matching the right technology to your problem
  • Adopting a development model
  • Overview of a BPM system.

Architecture of a BPM System

  • EAI and B2B aspects
  • Topology and scalability
  • Design tools
  • Deployment tools
  • Monitoring and management
  • The process engine
  • Process definition repository
  • Transaction manager
  • Connector framework

Understanding Basic Concepts and Architecture

  • Overview of open standards
  • Overview of the BPMN Standard
  • The BPEL Suitcase Manifest
  • basic concepts of a Process Manager
  • Process Manager Implementation Options
  • Installing a Process Manager

Modeling a process with BPMN

  • The added value of BPMN
  • Composability and  basic services
  • Promoting an incremental and iterative approach
  • Why should Use cases drive the project?
  • Declaration of message properties
  • Use of correlation sets
  • Designing concurrency
  • BPMN implemented by vendors
  • Oracle SOA Suite and BPEL4WS.

a Simple BPMN Business Process

  • Introduction to using a Process Designer 
  • PM Designer Layout 
  • Workspaces and Projects
  • Creating a Business Process
  • Adding Activities
  • Deploying the Process

BPMN Fault Handling and Exception Management

  • Defining Events
  • Configuring Timeouts
  • Handling Faults
  • Catching Exceptions
  • Compensation Management.

Administering Processes using Process Monitoring

  • Describing the Consoles
  • Exploring the Administration Console
  • Managing the Domain
  • Viewing a PM  Administration Server
  • Platform Administration
  • Interfacing with BAM (business activity monitoring)
  • What about BAS? (business activity services)
  • Adding a Notification to a Process
  • Selecting a Notification Channel.

Adapter support in a BPMS

  • Adapters for a standards-based environment
  • Selecting an adapter service
  • Configuring a  File adapter
  • Supported and bundled adapters
  • The adapter framework
  • OEM adapters.

Core BPMS features and Interfaces

  • Repository support
  • Database support
  • The Adapter SDK
  • The level of required customisation
  • BPMN language compliance
  • WS-* standards support
  • Involvement of development languages
  • J2EE containers or .Net?
  • Human workflow solutions

BPM as enabler of SOA: Key components

  • Application frontends
  • Basic Services
  • The value of an ESB
  • Using a Repository
  • Increased agility for the business

The BPM Board

  • Distributing technology white papers
  • Controlling & measuring improvement processes
  • Managing the repository
  • Setup of a quality gateway
  • The 4 pillars of success

Governance and Business Strategy

  • The personal perspective
  • Innovation, growth and flexibility
  • Convincing the CEO,CIO, and Business units
  • The past: data/functions vs objects  & services
  • Design implications for Architects
  • Alignment of Business and IT

Choosing the right approach

  • Start at the beginning: the business
  • Definition of business competencies
  • Identifying  differentiators and overhead
  • From requirements to components
  • Reaching vendor independence
  • Roadmap to enterprise renovation
  • Continuous improvements



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