BPM integration with Webform, Part 1, Human tasks in business space using Lotus Webform Server

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Jeff Brent

Date archived: January 5, 2017 | First published: September 23, 2010

Companies today are faced with a number of challenges in operational efficiency. In particular there are many business processes within a given organization that are unnecessarily cumbersome due to the lack of a coordinated effort. These processes are often manual in nature and prone to error. Developing a series of well orchestrated business processes that include a combination of human tasks and automated services will differentiate a company from its competitors by streamlining operations and reducing waste.

IBM WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition version 7 provides IT and business specialist with the tools necessary to define the end to end business process and combined with Lotus Forms 3.5.1, organizations can quickly begin to assemble business applications that combine first class form technology with a robust process engine.

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