March 11, 2014
The days of making code changes every time a business process is defined or refined, or whenever a customer has unique requirements, are gone. Using a Business Rules Management System (BRMS) and a Business Process Management (BPM) platform as part of your application architecture gives you that agility -- while at the same time enforcing operational consistency. Analysts and managers can work collaboratively with IT to make changes quickly, but the resulting systems ensure that optimal decisions and patterns of work are actually followed, every time, all the time.
Join Progress and MWD advisors as they discuss the intersection of BPM and BRMS. This session will also provide a preview of what's coming in the next release of OpenEdge, version 11.3.
Neil Ward-Dutton, Co-founder and Research Director of MWD Advisors and Rob Straight, Senior Manager OpenEdge Product Management, discussed:
• The need for BPM and BRMS and the impact it can have on your business
• How OpenEdge 11.3 will increase productivity and accommodate faster, business-driven change through BPM and business rules