Build BPM applications using FileNet, Part 1, A guided tour to content and process modeling with the FileNet P8 platform

Explore the "XYZ Company" scenario

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LaiFeng Zhang, Wei Liao, and Ning Wang

Date archived: January 13, 2017 | First published: July 14, 2007

This is the first of a series of three articles introducing you to the process of building Business Process Management (BPM) applications using the IBM® FileNet® P8 platform and the Business Process Framework (BPF). Taking a fictitious trading company called XYZ Company as an example, we walk you through the process of building a BPM application called Contract Management. You'll see how to start from scratch and create a new content model, new process maps, and a new BPF configuration. Read on to see how FileNet BPF enables rapid BPM application development and deployment.

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