With these good practices from the IBM Business Process Manager (BPM) ecosystem, you can learn to be more effective with IBM BPM. It's like having an IBM BPM specialist with you.
For example, it's a good idea to avoid mutually dependent toolkits, multiple sequential system lane activities, and a single shared Process Center. On the other hand, it's a good idea to use efficient SQL statements and turn off auto-tracking in BPDs if it is not required. You'll find these topics in good practices for IBM BPM Express, Standard, and Advanced and other great topics at good practices for IBM BPM Advanced.
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