Business Process Management

Abstract : Business process management is one of the core drivers of business innovation and is based on strategic technology and capable of creating and successfully executing end-to-end business processes. The trend will be to move from relatively stable, organization-specific applications to more dynamic, high-value ones where business process interactions and trends are examined closely to understand more accurately an application’s requirements. Such collaborative, complex end-to-end service interactions give rise to the concept of Service Networks (SNs). This book chapter surveys business process management, concentrating on business transactions, and introduces a business transaction language to realizes a novel business transaction model that enables end-to-end service constellations to behave according to agreed-upon transaction criteria. The objective of the BTL is to provide the environment to build robust and successful mission-critical SBAs, using a fusion of concepts from application integration, transaction-based and business process management technologies.
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François Hantry, Mike Papazoglou, Willem-Jan van den Heuvel, Rafiq Haque, Eoin Whelan, et al.. Business Process Management. Mike Papazoglou, Klaus Pohl, Michael Parkin, Andreas Metzger. Service Research Challenges and Solutions for the Future Internet, 6500, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, pp.27-54, 2010, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 978-3-642-17598-5. ⟨hal-01483680⟩

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