We are excited to announce the official incorporation of camunda Inc., registered in San Francisco, California.
Camunda Inc. will market our product camunda BPM in North Amercia. Besides FINRA and Sony, there are already several US based enterprise edition customers, and with BP3 and Trisotech, there are also strong partners available for consulting services around camunda.
Please find the full press release here: http://camunda.com/news/post.php?id=338
Did I mention we are excited?
I will give a webinar on July 17 about the best practices around BPMN, especially in terms of business-IT-alignment.
Will this be a camunda BPM pitch as well? Of course But hey, that’s how it goes:
1) Collect 4+ years of intensive consulting experience around BPMN, write a book etc. etc.
2) Discover that the existing BPMS products do not leverage the standards’ potentials
3) Create your own product
4) Brag about it
So if you don’t mind a camunda BPM based webinar about BPMN best practices, register now:
Still not convinced? Maybe if someone else would brag for us?
Our expectations that experts from the business side and IT can work together based on the BPMN 2.0 standards were fully met. camunda is the key player in the development and establishment of the BPMN 2.0 standards. camunda BPM offers us a complete software stack that fully covers our needs.
Yay! We had 400+ registrations for our webinar with Sandy Kemsley, covering the “Zero-Code BPM Myth” and comparing that to a developer-friendly BPM approach like camunda BPM delivers.
In case you missed it, there is a recording: http://camunda.com/landing/webinar-developer-friendly-bpm/
And there is also a whitepaper! Sandy wrote it and I think it is a very fine piece of work.
Get it here: http://camunda.com/landing/whitepaper-developer-friendly-bpm/
As Sandy stressed, there is no “one size fits all”, and of course, there is a use case for “Zero-Code BPM” approaches. In the end, we provide certain zero-code BPM features ourselves, e.g. for rapid prototyping.
But the point is: Way too many managers still think they could sucessfully implement their core business (=> unique, complex) process applications with a 100% model driven (aka Zero-Code) approach. And that’s just nonsense, period.
Hopefully. this content helps you convincing those misled sheep in your company who are still dreaming of getting rid of their software developers. You’re a bank? IT is your core competence. Same goes for insurance companies, Telco providers and many other industries.
You may ignore this, but you can’t ignore the competitors who became aware of that fact early enough. Now who would that be? Make an educated guess.
“Buy now! BPM without programming!”
This is how many BPM vendors lure their customers into the ‘zero-code BPM trap’. But as soon as you try to create a solution that goes beyond the vacation workflow from the vendor presentation, the suffering begins.
In this free live webinar, the independant BPM industry expert Sandy Kemsley challenges the ‘Zero-Code BPM Myth’ and how a ‘Developer-Friendly BPM’ approach may not be as tempting, but probably more appropriate for complex process applications.
Date: June 11, 2014
Time: 11am PST / 2pm EST / 8pm CET
Don’t worry if you can’t make it. Register now and get the recording afterwards!
Get a camunda BPM training when and where you want. The new self-paced online course is now available.
The course provides praticipants with a head-start needed for creating powerful process applications. It includes more than 6 hours of easy-to-follow training videos, hands-on exercises and lab tutorials as well as weekly 2-hour live sessions (Monday 8am PST / 11am EST / 5pm CET) with camunda BPM senior consultants, giving participants the opportunity to discuss any questions. All particpiants will be issued with a certificate after passing the final assessment.
A complete overview of the course content is available here: http://camunda.com/bpm/training/online
The course has been developed by Bernd Rücker, Co-CEO and Head of Consulting at camunda and Falko Menge, Senior Consultant at camunda. Together these two have more than 15 years BPM project experience. To take advantage of the vast BPM knowldege pool available at camunda registration for the training is now available on http://camunda.com/about/contact/bookOnlineTraining.php
Was haben LVM Versicherung, DVAG, Provinzial NordWest und Wüstenrot gemeinsam? Sie sprechen am 19. September auf der schönsten BPM-Konferenz des Jahres!
Die diesjährige BPMCon findet in einem spektakulären Bauwerk am Berliner Spreeufer statt. Neben handfesten Berichten aus der Praxis entzaubert die kanadische BPM-Koryphäe Sandy Kemsley den “Mythos Zero Coding BPM”, der Geisterjäger Bernd Rücker bezwingt das Schreckgespenst Case Management, aus dem camunda-Labor kommen spannende Live Demos und alle erwartet ein reger Austausch mit anderen BPM-Enthusiasten, sei es im Birds-of-a-Feather-Workshop oder auf der abendlichen Grillparty auf der Spreeterrasse.
Jetzt anmelden: http://www.BPMCon.de
So schön ist BPM nur in Berlin – wir sehen uns!
Our brand-new Enterprise Edition offers you an extended monitoring of your process instances: You can now find and inspect completed process instances as well as inspect the things that already happened to instances still running.
You can have a look at the visual audit trail in the BPMN diagram, inspect the lifecycle history of completed usertasks and examine how process variables may have changed during process execution.
See for yourself! The 30-days trial edition is free and available right now.
Get it here: http://camunda.com/bpm/enterprise/trial
We will publish a new online-training for camunda BPM very soon. We’ve been asked for that again and again, which is why I am more than happy that it’s finally available.
There is a little sneak preview available already: You can enjoy the first module (basically a video tutorial) for free!
Get it here: http://camunda.com/landing/camunda-beginners/
And have fun!
Du hast Spaß daran Best Practices aufzuschreiben, Methoden aus Projekteinsätzen zu destillieren, Folien für die Nachwelt zu hinterlassen oder Artikel und Aufsätze zu schreiben? Du verteidigst deine Ideen auch gerne in einem Haifischbecken anderer Berater? Du findest es spannend neue Trainingsmodule rund um BPM(N) umzusetzen oder moderne eLearning-Konzepte zu entwickeln? Du arbeitest aber natürlich trotzdem gerne als Consultant beim Kunden um zu wissen wovon du redest? Wenn du dann auch noch strukturiert und selbstständig arbeitest dann suchen wir genau dich
camunda goes San Fran as two of us will be at BPMNext 2014 in California next week.
bpmNEXT will showcase what’s next in the area of business process management from 25-27 March 2014.
Jakob already attended the event last year and was invited to give another talk at this year’s conference. He already mentioned this in his earlier blogpost.
He will be joined this year by Falko who has been very busy working together with the OMG over the last year. Their hard work will be showcased next Wednesday when they will present a live demonstration of a BPMN Model Interchange.
Here is what the OMG says about the event:
Do you need to move your business process models from one tool to another as part of your process improvement lifecycle? Would you like to learn more about BPMN interoperability and how BPMN can benefit your organization? Interested in meeting BPMN experts and being among the first to know about current and future technologies in business process modeling and automation?
A live demonstration of BPMN Model Interchange will concurrently take place during the OMG Technical Meeting andbpmNEXT. Sign up for either event to witness this demonstration in person.
The event will be hosted by Denis Gagne of OMG BPMN Model Interchange Working Group (BPMN MIWG) featuring a multitude of BPMN-based tools and platforms. Do not miss the opportunity to see a smooth and complete interchange of process models between leading software vendors.
Cannot make it? Then join the live stream of the interchange demo via this link: Live-Stream