Business spaces for human-centric BPM, Part 1, Introduction and concepts

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Michael Friess

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: June 29, 2011

IBM Business Process Manager Advanced includes Business Space powered by WebSphere, which provides an integrated Web 2.0 user experience for business users across the IBM Business Process Management portfolio. Also included are the Human Task Management widgets, which business users and managers exploit to interact with business processes and human tasks in Business Space. Business Space and these widgets allow you to start with a comprehensive out-of-the-box experience for all participants in human-centric BPM, then adapt the experience to user roles and scenarios without programming. You can also develop custom widgets so reducing the development effort when compared to developing a complete custom user interface.

Part 1 of this series provides an overview of Business Space and the Human Task Management widgets and outlines the concepts that enable business and IT to build customized user interfaces. This content is part of the IBM Business Process Management Journal.

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