Dynamic BPM is the ability to support process change at any time, with very low latency. Dynamic BPM implies that your business processes are more agile and flexible so it can easily adapt dynamically based on business needs.
So how is Dynamic BPM different from earlier BPM solutions.?
In my view, the initial SOA BPM solutions focused on streamlining business processes, aligning Business and IT content, process automation and standardizing IT interfaces. These processes weren’t designed with agility and dynamicity in mind. Now, based on dynamicity associated with today’s business environment, business needs to sense environmental changes and adapt quickly and respond appropriately to these changes. That’s where Dynamic BPM comes into play.
We need to have the right platform that provides an end to end capability to model, assemble, deploy and manage these dynamic business processes.
IBM WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition offering from IBM is a key IBM BPM Suite element, which provides this built-in support for adapting, responding dynamically to change and provides the BPM enabled by SOA foundational capabilities for modeling, simulating, deploying and monitoring end-to-end dynamic business processes. Join the WebSphere Dynamic Process Edition Group to stay tuned with the latest development.
In this blog, I plan to provide capabilities that needs to be provided by the Dynamic BPM platform on how to model and design BPM applications with agility in mind, which is a key requirement to achieve Dynamic BPM
In the next part, I would talk about how to design BPM applications with agility in mind,