DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/2v7hn8/strategic_insight) has announced the addition of the "Strategic Insight CMMN and DMN: New Notations for Systems of Co-ordination - What are they and what should you do?" report to their offering.
Since 2010, BPMN 2.0 support has become a common feature across the BPM technology platform landscape. Although it's not a simple specification, a sizeable pool of transferable skill has built up around BPMN and this has helped push BPM technology adoption forward.
Nevertheless, BPMN only addresses some of the design concerns that need to be covered in the creation of business process applications; what's more, the increasing investigation in industry of how technology can support more exploratory, unplanned work scenarios - through Case Management frameworks - has opened up a new front in work co-ordination technology that BPMN isn't very well-placed to support.
Against this background, if you're involved in managing or maintaining any systems of coordination within your organisation (or the technologies and vendors you use to run those systems), the appearance of two new specifications from the OMG - DMN and CMMN - is an important development that you need to track.
Key Topics Covered:
Top two takeaways
Specifying systems of co-ordination: beyond BPMN
What should you do?
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