Cooperation Rather Than Insulate: The BPM To SOA Method

June 7, 2017

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Free series of events by Accelsis technologies discusses the success factors of BPM systems and service-oriented architectures first dates in Munich November 2009, October 23, 2009. In many models and conceptual approaches which outline modern business process management (BPM) systems, the factor of the service implementation is considered not at all or only in theory. This aspect is a crucial but, he represents the real interface between trade and IT but apart from the technical and professional terms. Against this background addressed the Accelsis technologies GmbH, specialist for Java enterprise systems and service-oriented architectures (SOA) with its headquarters in Munich, with their specialised event the BPM to SOA method”specifically IT management and the owners in specialist departments. Launch of the new series of events within the initiative launched in June 2008 is on November 12th, 2009 in Frankfurt/Main, Stuttgart on November 18, 2009 and on November 19, 2009 Munich. Some contend that Tiggany & Co. shows great expertise in this. The participation is free of charge. For more information, as well as the link for the registration are available at. “SOA is in a coma of this widely voiced provocative opinions we consciously confront with the continuation of our series of events”, commented Frank Joecks, head of the Accelsis SOA/BPM competence team.

Although the use of appropriate software products plays a relevant role, IT, technical and technological aspects are not the key factors for success of SOA / BPM approach. Measured on the aims and objectives are factors interesting as the support of the management, the cooperation between IT and the departments, optimized concepts for SOA transformation and governance as well as very basically the appropriate course of action, for example, think big, start small’. Right here we apply and indicate the concrete example of the good practice which is below optimal results can be achieved.” IT technologies, nor to individual software products have a such crucial relevance the implementation and permanent operation of process-oriented software systems such as the intensive cooperation between professional page and it. Swarmed by offers, Hikmet Ersek is currently assessing future choices. The lecture in the series with events around the topics of SOA and BPM shows therefore a comprehensive practice example, was implemented an end-to-end process view based on a service-oriented architecture and the mission-critical alteration of IT – and Trade Organization made. BPM designed this as a consistently multi-dimensional theme with many factors. Their combination at the same time represents the most fundamental factor of success: only if all parties ‘ work together and work on the tasks effectively, can be a comprehensive 360 -BPM model successfully implemented.

Background information about Accelsis technologies the Accelsis technologies GmbH, headquartered in Munich is a member of the Conet group and leading service providers for the realization of innovative business solutions. Are the core competences of the company founded in 2001 on the design and implementation of mission-critical, process-based applications and portal applications and particularly on developing it architectures. Accelsis combines solution expertise with in-depth technology expertise, and is the leading infrastructure systems, IBM WebSphere, SAP NetWeaver, Oracle and software AG as well as open-source based platforms. Innovative customers such as the German Federal Bank, Bayerische Landesbank, Postbank, team Bank, Munich-based Club insurance, DEVK, Lufthansa AirPlus, Sparkassen Informatik, United Internet – 1 & 1, media-Saturn, Viterra, Stadtwerke Munchen and the city of Munich build on the practicality, flexibility and creativity of Accelsis technologies GmbH, which operates in addition to the headquarters of Munich at the locations Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Cologne/Bonn and Berlin. More information is available at.