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Limitations and potentials of modern BPM systems for high-performance shadow processing in business processes of digital companies

  • Digital companies need information systems to implement their business processes end-to-end. BPM systems are promising candidates for that, because they are highly adaptable due to their business process model-driven operation mode. End-to-end processes contain different types of sub-processes that are either procedural, data-driven or business rule-based. Modern BPM systems support modeling notations for all these types of sub-processes. Moreover, end-to-end processes contain parts of shadow processing, so consequently, they must be supported in a performant way, too. BPMN seems to be the adequate notation for modeling these parts due to its procedural nature. Further, BPMN provides several elements that enable the modeling of parallel executions which are very interesting for accelerating shadow processing parts of the process. The present paper will observe the limitations and potentials of BPM systems for a high-performance execution of BPMN models representing shadow processing parts of a business process.

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Author of HS ReutlingenSchmollinger, Martin; Krauß, Jürgen
Erschienen in:Digital Enterprise Computing (DEC 2016) : June 14 - 15, 2016, Böblingen, Germany
Publisher:Gesellschaft für Informatik
Place of publication:Bonn
Editor:Dieter Hertweck
Document Type:Book chapter
Publication year:2016
Tag:BPMN; BPMS; business process management; parallel computing; process engine
Page Number:12
First Page:161
Last Page:172
PPN:Im Katalog der Hochschule Reutlingen ansehen
DDC classes:004 Informatik
Open access?:Ja
Licence (German):License Logo  Open Access