Organizations find that it's the business process that constitutes the heart of an enterprise
and is a differentiating factor. They've found that it's the processes that make or break an
enterprise. Operational efficiency is a differentiating factor, and research shows that it's the
processes that provide operational efficiency, business visibility, and agility to an enterprise.
They've concluded that, for business process and business process management, Oracle BPM
guarantees better decision making and faster Enterprise response by giving enterprises high
visibility into business processes.
Oracle BPM, with its continuous improvement methodology, offers process automation, agility,
process improvement, adaptability, and strong collaboration of business and IT, and increases
predictability, incorporate measure, and provision traceability. It lowers IT costs, enables
inclusion of changes faster, and empowers business and at the same time dramatically
increases customer satisfaction.
Oracle BPM is meant for all types of processes. It's based on a unified process foundation,
user-centric design, and social BPM interactions. Unified process foundation, powered by a
unified process engine, will streamline process development, and deployment and monitoring,
and will synchronize design and runtime environments. User-centric design will empower
participants with the right set of tools.
Social BPM enables social collaboration with Enterprise 2.0 and Web 2.0, which are offered
by Spaces and offer collaboration and communication. Enterprise 2.0 also offers publishing
with wikis, blogs, and Mashups. Social BPM offers enterprise-wide collaboration.
Oracle BPM unifies with Oracle SOA suite and offers agility. Oracle ADF offers rich
process interactions. Oracle Business Activity Monitoring offers analytics, monitoring,
and end-to-end visibility. Oracle Business Rules offers decision logics, Oracle UCM offers
document workflows, and AMX offers approval flow management. Oracle BPM also unifies
with Business Intelligence, Complex Event Processing, and Oracle security. BPM offerings,
such as application extensions and workflow consolidation drive SOA expansion.