Oracle unveils BPM suite with new features

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NEW DELHI, INDIA: Oracle today announced Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g, to help customers lower costs, adapt to change and simplify business process management.


Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g supports all types of processes with a new unified process foundation, user-centric design and social BPM capabilities. It includes a native implementation of BPMN 2.0.

Unified process foundation of Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g simplifies process development, deployment, monitoring and execution.

The New components includes:


* Unified process engine that executes BPEL and BPMN 2.0 processes, human workflow and rules, and is integrated with

  Oracle SOA Suite, Oracle Business Activity Monitoring and Oracle Business Intelligence Suite Enterprise Edition Plus.

* Oracle Universal Content Management: for document-centric processes.

* End-to-end management: unifies the management and monitoring of business processes to extend problem

   management beyond the process boundary.


The Suite delivers a user-centric design approach, simplifying the process management lifecycle with tools that address user role requirements and enable both IT and business process participants. The social BPM capabilities of Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g enable collaboration among users by incorporating social computing and Enterprise 2.0 technologies, including wikis and blogs.

“Today, critical business processes span disparate systems across the enterprise, making it difficult to model, monitor or manage them,” said David Shaffer, vice president, product management, Oracle Fusion Middleware.

He added, “ Built on a unified process foundation, Oracle Business Process Management Suite 11g enables organizations to engage both business and IT users more easily in the management of core business processes and simplify the complete business process lifecycle. Now, businesses can innovate more easily and improve the processes that are critical to their organizations.”