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Articles for the keywords: Business Process Management
21 Mar 2017 Oracle Cloud Platform Continues to Gain Momentum with Customers, Partners, and Developers [61814]
Developers at Global Enterprises, SMBs, and ISVs leverage Oracle's PaaS and IaaS to develop and run modern Web, mobile, and cloud-native applications

At its premier developer event, Oracle announced that an increasing number of global enterprises, SMBs, and ISVs are choosing the Oracle Cloud Platform to speed innovation, simplify IT, reduce costs, and deliver stellar customer experiences. 7-Eleven, Altair, Astute Business Solutions, Bitnami, Calypso Technology, Ford Motor Company, GE Capital Business Process Management Services, HashiCorp, Infotech, SAS, Vertiv Corporation, and Zensar Technologies are just a few of the many organizations that are using Oracle Cloud's PaaS and IaaS services to easily develop, test, and deploy high-performance applications in the cloud.

Additionally, Oracle continues to expand its cloud portfolio, making it even more compelling for customers to move to the cloud.
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13 Jul 2014 Oracle Fusion Applications Development and Extensibility Handbook [37391]
by Vladimir Ajvaz, Anil Passi and Dhaval Mehta

Oliver Steinmeier reviews "Oracle Fusion Applications Development and Extensibility Handbook" ...

"Earlier this year Oracle Press published a book targeting developers working with the Fusion Applications platform. In this review we are taking a look at what this title has to offer.

Written by Vladimir Ajvaz, Anil Passi and Dhaval Mehta and published by Oracle Press, the 518 page book covers the entire spectrum of development tasks and technologies that are available to Fusion developers. Here's the high-level table of contents:

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06 Nov 2013 Hong Kong Housing Society Reduces Time Required to Manage Housing Contracts and Process Payments [33539]
Improves Governance Control, while Reducing Costs by 25% and Speeds up Approval Processes by 30%

To address the challenge of frequent downtime during peak periods and increasing cost in maintaining its legacy systems, Hong Kong Housing Society replaced its legacy systems with Oracle Business Process Management Suite, Oracle WebLogic Suite and Oracle Application Development Framework.

The Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions provide Hong Kong Housing Society with a flexible, reliable and cost-effective enterprise architecture that enables integration with existing Oracle applications including Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Oracle's PeopleSoft. The cost savings and performance results clearly demonstrate significant benefits.

Hong Kong Housing Society implemented Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) Suite, Oracle WebLogic Suite, and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) to strengthen its business process governance. The implementation of Oracle Fusion Middleware solutions took place in early 2012 and went live in April 2013.
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12 Aug 2013 7 Keys to a Successful BPM Initiative [32411]
Information Management, August 12th, 2013

"Over the last decade, business process management has primarily been a back-office function; however, a focus on improved customer service, regardless of industry vertical, has brought BPM to the foreground of organizations... MWD Advisors' "BPM Technology Review 2013" outlined 7 tips to introduce (and keep) BPM in your organization..."

  • Business Takes the Driver's Seat
  • Try to Maximize Participation
  • Make Sure All Actions are Measurable and Justifiable
  • Supports Decision-Making
  • BPM is "Part of the Furniture"
  • Tools Support and Manage Change
  • Platform Offers Integrated Experience

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30 Jul 2013 Data Analytics Nears Adulthood but Has It Grown Up Yet? [32101]
The Register, July 30th, 2013

"The problem with business analytics technology is that it has just about emerged from puberty and adolescence but nobody has given it a bank account and introduced it to the opposite sex yet.

Analytics has been around in one form or another ever since Henry Ford decided to catalogue his motorcar assembly line measurements a century ago. So far the computerisation of analysis engines has arguably had a less tangible business impact.

In a world where every large organisation has its own enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, or software designed to shoulder customer relationship management (CRM) or some form of business process management (BPM), how do we start to look for real competitive advantage?.."
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