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BPMS

(Business Process Management Suite or System) See BPM.
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Os conectores permitem, por exemplo, que os dados de uma tabela ou que a mensagem de uma fila de um sistema de mensagens, ou que o codigo (logica) de um sistema de informacao, sejam utilizados por diversos processos de negocios, a partir de um unico conector, acelerando significativamente o processo de construcao e operacao de novos processos de negocios via o sistema BPMS.
BPTrends: There is a 2010 Report on AuraPortal BPMS published by this prestigious firm.
This is because event data from a BPMS carries with it a great deal of process-specific context.
Software AG is bringing process intelligence to its webMethods BPMS customers.
The result is that those customers who wish to automate business processes and perform process improvement projects can use Polymita to become agile enterprises, with the ease that provides Intelligent BPMS capabilities and also manage them in the cloud, increase their incomes and reduce their operating costs through solutions end-to-end based on processes.
As shown in Figure 1, a BPMS has three major parts:
With BPMS there are often many ways to achieve the same goal.
The BPMS may also provide packaged processes or process collaborations to run with the system.
The effectiveness of BPM in providing business efficiency was demonstrated by a 15 percent market growth in BPMS in 2009.
The guide is written for anyone considering setting up or running a BPMS selection project and is offered for free to help increase chances of success.
Software AG has continued to invest strategically in our BPMS offerings, and we are well-positioned for strong growth in BPM adoption by organizations worldwide.
Today one of the defining criteria for an enterprise-class BPMS is the ability quickly and easily develop and deploy complete process-based based applications, whether they are designed for mobile, on-premise, or cloud.