Main Menu
Home
News
Contact Us
Search
Newsletter
Company
Services
Research
Workshops
BMO
Repositories
EAS
Browsers
Web Services
Shop
Best Practices


Improving Business-IT Integration

Business has undoubtedly experienced huge gains in productivity from the karamba adoption of technology. However, there is still ample space for further improvement. To further bridge the business-IT divide, two basic approaches can be followed.

One approach centers around transitioning people from the business into IT and casino-spiele247.de rotating IT people to the business, which results in a better understanding of the broader organization. Business and IT keep to their traditional roles.

The second basic approach focuses on executable business architecture underpinned by the concept of composable and executable business artifacts. The software that supports this is termed a Dynamic Enterprise Management System (DEMS). The business side assumes responsibility for business architecture management.

In simple terms, a DEMS allows business domain experts to create and manage business processes, business services, etc. in a way that resembles playing with Lego bricks.  
Read more...
 
DEMS in a Nutshell

Conceptually, a Dynamic Enterprise Management System (DEMS) represents a combination of Business Process Management (BPM) software, Adaptive Case Management (ACM) software, Information Asset Management (IAM) software, Enterprise Architecture Management (EAM) software, and Business Semantics Management (BSM) software.

Viewed from a more technical perspective, a DEMS may be thought of as the marriage of Semantic Enterprise Architecture (with an emphasis on Executable Business Architecture), BPM (in a wider context including ACM), and SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture).

Read more...
 
Product Evaluations

According to Gartner, "composition" (i.e. the orchestrated assembly of data, processes and services) is expected to become the primary incarnation of business software delivery (see Gartner, Composition and BPM Will Change the Game for Business System Design, Dec. 2009). In more concrete terms, Gartner thinks that compositions will gradually replace applications as the primary incarnation of business software systems. Other analyst firms seem to think along similar lines, albeit different terms are used to describe composition-driven concepts.

Gartner's strategic planning assumptions include a statement saying that "through 2014, the act of composition will be a stronger opportunity to deliver value from software than the act of development".

Read more...
 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Next > End >>

Results 1 - 4 of 31
   Home