Category Archives: Business Processes

Gartner Market Guide for Process Mining

The 2020 Gartner Market Guide for Process Mining was published on Sep 30: “Recent trends in automation and knowledge of the underlying processes/interactions are key to digital transformation. Process mining helps enterprise architecture and technology innovation leaders understand operations and … Continue reading

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“Why” of the BPMN+CMMN+DMN Triple Crown

Sandy Kemsley: “…agility often depends on the design decisions such as the split between process and decision logic – what do you model in as a decision, and what do you model as a process. Unsurprisingly, many DM practitioners don’t … Continue reading

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Create Serverless Workflows with AWS Step Functions

AWS published a tutorial that describes how to use AWS Step Functions to design and run a serverless workflow that coordinates multiple AWS Lambda functions. It is a very simple while powerful mechanism to orchestrate your decision services deployed as … Continue reading

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Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions

On Oct 16 Gartner published a new “Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions“.  Metadata management is an aspect of an organization’s management of its data and information assets. The term “metadata” describes the various facets of an information asset that … Continue reading

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Neil Raden: “Before the world went analytics crazy…”

Neil Raden: I’m re-posting an article I published six months ago about Process Intelligence a.k.a. Process Mining. I’ve been getting a lot of questions about this lately. “Is Process Intelligence (Mining) a distinct discipline from analytics?” Link 

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Challenge Aug-2019: Stateful Decisioning

Nowadays it’s not enough for decision making applications to simply execute a complex rules-based transaction, forget about it, and wait for the next one. They should be able to learn from already executed transactions and evaluate new facts as they … Continue reading

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bpmNEXT => Intelligent Automation

Kris Verlaenen reports from bpmNEXT: “The conference is still called bpmNEXT but the consensus is that the term “Intelligent Automation” seems to cover better what we are discussing.. Traditional flow charts have reached their limits in representing more adaptive requirements … Continue reading

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Intelligent Automation?

An interesting discussion about Intelligent Automation has taken place at BPM.com. Just one quote: “I still find it difficult to put intelligent and automation together in one sentence without cringing. Even the most advanced commonly used RPA tools are, when … Continue reading

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Decision Management: What It Is and Why You Need It

Today Roy Schulte from Gartner ran the webinar “Decision Management: What It Is and Why You Need It” describing the state of the art in decision management and offering guidance on how to get started. Here are a few slides:

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Is Your Insurance Business Missing a Critical Decision Window When it Comes to AI?

Yesterday Craig Bedell from IBM’s Global Insurance Industry Leadership Team wrote: “I believe most insurance companies have hit a critical point in time with regards to their investments in analytics, innovation and even AI, where business leaders are measuring more … Continue reading

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