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Oracle Announces Enhancements to BPM @ OOW ‘12

Oracle Announces Enhancements to BPM @ OOW ‘12

After announcements about Extradata X3, Oracle 12c and Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle used day three of OpenWorld to inform us about developments in Oracle BPM (Oracle’s Business Process Management Suite.) 

In an effort to improve BPM’s value to business Oracle is introducing more process-based accelerators, making it to customize and reuse and allowing business users to align more swiftly with IT.
For those of you who had been waiting for an enhanced, yet light-weight editor, the improved Oracle Composer for BPM offers a lot of promise. New features within Oracle Composer include a highly flexible design user interface in Web or ADF forms and the possibility to re-use forms in the same process. Users will also have access to complete simulation, deployment and execution processes.
Oracle has also addressed some of the key pain points developers had been experiencing with this tool.
For those who are not familiar with Oracle BPM’s pain points, the announcement means that Oracle BPM’s processes are now more focused on business and integration with ERP systems such as Oracle E-Business Suite or Oracle Fusion Applications. Oracle has simplified and centralized the design of forms improving business agility that will translate into higher developer productivity and most importantly, more cost savings.
Costs will also decrease given that companies will no longer need to invest in high-end hardware to run heavy IDE design processes.
Hungry for More?
Want more information? Remember to visit us at IT Convergence’s Booth 1427 and stop for a chat with our experts.
Also, if you missed Gustavo Gonzalez at yesterday’s session discussing ITC’s role as an Oracle Fusion Early Adopter, make room in your agenda to hear our expert on Thursday October 4th in his “Planning and Executing an Upgrade to Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition 11g” presentation at the Sutter Room of the InterContinental at 2:15 pm.

If you missed our presentations on Monday and Tuesday on Oracle Fusion and Oracle Fusion Financials, fear not. Simply click here to vist our Oracle Open World Resources Page and download copies of PPT.

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