BPM has the potential to eliminate the business-IT divide because it allows business and IT to do what they do best.
This presentation discusses how Business Process Management (BPM) can help with Service Oriented Architecture governance and security.
This quick introduction to business process management (BPM) provides a definition, modeling language and implementation advice.
This paper defines the BPM concept and highlights its importance to an enterprise’s ability to stay competitive and remain agile in a constantly changing global marketplace.
This paper introduces voice of call center customers (VOC) as a data source for business process management (BPM) to help decision makers better understand customer needs and make consistent decisions regarding customer support.
This presentation discusses semantic business process management (in the context of web services) based upon the SUPER (Semantics Utilized for Process Management within and between Enterprises) approach.
This presentation discusses a framework for business process architecture
This paper outlines requirements of Semantic Business Process Management (SBPM), proposes a set of ontologies and defines their scope.
This paper provides an in-depth introduction to the new BPMN – Business Process Modeling Notation -  standard, illustrating how it is used to model business processes and web services.