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© 2011 IBM Corporation

IBM BPM V7.5


WebSphere Software

IBM Business Process Manager v7.5

Business and Technical Overview for

Architects

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Agenda


Current Business Process Management Landscape


The IBM BPM Strategy


IBM Business Process Manager v7.5


The Value Proposition for Business and IT


Leveraging Existing Investments in IBM BPM


The BPM Adoption Model

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Fortune 500 Companies:

$488B Lost

in Process Inefficiencies

Business Process Inefficiencies Represent $500B+ Opportunity

Source:

Tech CEO Council Report Oct 2010: “BPM improvements can be expected to yield savings of up to 5% of sales”;
CNN Money U.S. Fortune 500 Revenues, May 2010

Federal Government:


$450B
-

$1.3T

in

Process Inefficiency Costs

Source:

McKinsey & Company
The Case for Government Reform 2009,

“5 to 15% improvement in efficiency of Federal
government operations could generate $450B
-
$1.3T in savings.” Tech CEO Council Report Oct 2010.

Process Improvement is the #1
Priority for CIOs
-

5 years in a row

Gartner, Inc, “Leading in Times of
Transition: The 2010 CIO Agenda”

Source: Sept 2010 Information Week 500 Survey

In a recent
InformationWeek

CIO
survey, Process Improvement was
the #1 priority for CIOs (56% of
respondents): “Make business
processes more efficient” was the
top issue for respondents, even
ahead of “Lower business costs”
and “Improve customer service”.

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Budget

Budget spent
maintaining
existing systems
and processes

Budget
available for
new projects

Business Process Management (BPM) & Business Rules
Management Systems (BRMS) Potentially Save $Millions

With
just One Sigma Shift

in Process Improvement:


Source:
Six Sigma:The Breakthrough Management Strategy
, Mike Harry, Richard Schroeder, 2000.


Time


20% margin improvement


12
-

18% increase in capacity


12% reduction in employees


10
-

30% capital reduction

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Root Causes of Business
-
Driven Processes Problems

1.
Informal Tasks and
Communication (ex
Paper or email)

2.
Inefficient Working
Environment Spans
Systems

3.
Inconsistent
Prioritization

4.
Incomplete or
Inaccurate Data Flow
Between Systems

5.
Lack of Control Over
System and Business
Events (Exceptions)

6.
Poor Visibility Into
Process Performance


Business Pains:


Cannot Grow
Efficiently


Customer Satisfaction

Executive

Management

Customer

Service

Invoice

Reconciliation

Teams

Finance
and Ops

Account

Administration

1

2

3

4

5

6

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Executive

Management

Customer

Service

Invoice

Reconciliation

Teams

Finance

& Ops

Account

Administration

BPM

Benefits:


80% Reduction in

Manual Interactions


Faster Issue Resolution

1.
Automatically
prioritizes and routes
work

2.
Guides users through
decisions

3.
Standard and
consistent work
prioritization

4.
Leverages exiting
system data Systems

5.
Reacts to business
events and generates
actions

6.
Real
-
time visibility
and process control


BPM Delivers a Layer for Control and Visibility

1

2

3

4

5

6

Confidential

7

1.
Automatically prioritize, route
work and Automate decisions

2.
Guide users through decisions

3.
Standardize resolution across
geographies

4.
Leverage existing systems
and data

5.
Monitor for business events
and initiates action

6.
Real
-
time visibility and
process control

7.
Reduce errors and improve
accuracy

8.
Improve consistency across
geography, channel, division

9.
Analyze Metrics and

Optimize Processes…

Customer Benefits:


Huge reduction in manual
interactions


Faster Issue Resolution


More flexible, responsive
systems


Metrics, measurements and
Visibility in business terms


Process & Rules Management Bring Order to Chaos

Process

Executive

Management

Customer

Service

Risk Management

Teams

Finance

and Ops

Account

Administration

Confidential

8

The Essential BPM Capabilities


Modeling



Simulation+

Optimization



Workflow



Rules



Business Data
Mgmt



Human
Interfaces



Documents



Event
Monitoring



System
Integration



Metrics



Analytics

Executive

Management

Customer

Service

Invoice

Reconciliation

Teams

Policy

Administration

Account

Teams

Confidential

9

Shared Model Architecture


Roles Based Simplicity with Sophistication

Systems

Manager

Process ScoreBoards

Developer

Service Modeler

Process Inspector

Shared Model

Process Modeler

Business Analyst

Process Coaches

Worker

Process Portal

Business Analyst

Process Optimizer

Workflow

Data

Management

System

Integration

Modeling

Simulation

Business

Rules

Event

Monitoring

Human Interfaces

Metrics

Analytics

Events

Confidential

10

What gets deployed …

Business Analyst

Modeling

Simulation

Managing CODE … instead of PROCESS

Conventional Approach to App Development

Workflow Developer

Workflow

Data

Management

System

Integration

Business

Rules

Event

Monitoring

Biz Logic Developer

Metrics

Analytics

Report Writer

Human Interfaces

UI Developer

Version 1

Version 2

“Visio
-

like”

“Bucket Brigade”

??

In synch?

??

Confidential

11

Shared Model Architecture


Rapid, Agile, Iterative BPM

Worker

Developer

Business

Analyst

Manager

Administrator

Process Modeler

BPM

Shared Model

Process Designer

Process Portal

Admin Console

Optimize

Design

Execute

Process Inspector

Process Designer

Process Optimizer

Process Portal

Scoreboards

UI Screen
Flow Coaches


Collaborative platform


Iterative, shortened development cycle


What you model IS what is executed!


Single, Shared process model


Lower technical effort (less time, cost, risk)


Simplicity with Sophistication

(Attractive to BOTH Business and IT)

Confidential

12

IBM BPM In Action


Simplicity

with Sophistication



Engagement
with business and IT



Repeatability
across BPM projects and programs

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Today: The IBM Business Process Management Suite

An unmatched set of capabilities to drive business agility

Leverage “Fit
-
for
-
Purpose”
capabilities that scale with
your needs

Foundational Offerings

Extended Value Offerings

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IBM BPM Solutions today

# of Individual Processes

Process and Integration Complexity

IBM BlueWorks Live

WebSphere Lombardi Edition

WebSphere Process Server

FileNet BPM and IBM Case Manager


IBM BlueWorks Live

for cloud
-
based BPM


WebSphere Lombardi Edition

for human
-
centric
processes and rapid design and deployment


WebSphere Process Server

for requirements driven
by integration and qualities of service


FileNet BPM

for active content


IBM Case Manager

for case management

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Current Business Process Management Landscape


The IBM BPM Strategy


IBM Business Process Manager v7.5


The Value Proposition for Business and IT


Leveraging Existing Investments in IBM BPM


The BPM Adoption Model

Agenda

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IBM Announced April 5
th
, 2011:
IBM BPM Vision of

One BPM



A multi
-
year strategy delivered over multiple releases


Leverage the
best

of all offerings


All

starting points are valid based on customer needs


Protect and extend
all

customer investments


Create the best and broadest BPM suite in the market

IBM
Business
Process
Manager

IBM Case
Manager /
FileNet
BPM

WebSphere
Lombardi
Edition

WebSphere
Process
Server

IBM Case
Manager /
FileNet
BPM

IBM BPM
Software

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IBM BPM Vision: The Platform for

One BPM



Single unified process
design

environment


Leverage IBM Process
Center for lifecycle
governance


Fit
-
for
-
purpose design tools




Unified process
run
-
time

infrastructure


All process engines move forward


Integrated J2EE environment




Common
user experience


Widgets, Business Space and mashups


Universal inbox

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IBM Business Process Manager
-

Built on SOA Infrastructure

Systems

SOA

BPM

Executive

Management

Customer

Service

Invoice

Reconciliation

Teams

Finance

& Ops

Account

Administration

IBM Business
Process Manager


BPM can abstract the “business
process”

from underlying
systems and services.


Over time,
IT can consolidate
those services into a common
set

of services within one SOA
layer.


Users of the process are not
affected

as services and systems
are merged, replaced, or updated
.

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Out
-
of
-
box

Process Portal

Configurable

Business Space

Optional

Microsoft Add
-
ons

BPMN

Rules

Monitoring

BPEL

ESB

Process Server

Process

Designer

Governance of Entire BPM Life Cycle

Shared Assets

Versioned Assets

Server Registry

Design

Deploy

Improve

Measure

Business & IT Authors

IT Developers

Authors & Administrators

Process End
-
Users
Process Owners

Integration
Designer

Process Center

BPM Repository

Backward
compatibility,
easy migration
from WLE &
WPS

IBM BPM
widgets work
with IBM
WebSphere
Portal

IBM Business Process Manager v7.5

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Integration Designer & Process Designer Roles

Process Designer


Business Author builds a fully
executable human
-
centric BPMN
process in the Process Designer


Business
-
led human
-
centric BPM
process improvement projects.



Human Interaction



Playbacks for Engagement



Visual Analysis & Optimization



Rapid Change Deployment




Integration Designer


IT Developer builds integrations and
straight
-
through BPEL processes with
Integration Designer


Integration and System
-
centric
process orchestration


Access to back
-
end systems


Straight
-
Through Processing with
transactions and Recovery


Security


Runtime governance


Complex schema support



All resources stored
in the BPM
Repository

Common execution
environment

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Seamless Collaboration Across Roles


Imports the Process Application


Generates Service
Implementations


Unit Tests Services


Delivers Services to Repository


Authors a Process Application


Defines Service Interfaces for
Implementation by Integration
Developer


Wires the Implemented Services to
the Process


Unit Test the Process

Business

Process Owner

Integration

Developer

Business

Process Owner


BPM Repository

Shared Assets

Versioned Assets

Server Registry

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IBM Business Process Manager
-

Shared Model Architecture

Worker

Business
Developer

Business

Analyst

Manager

Administrator

Business Modeler

Process Center

Shared Model

Process Designer

Process Portal

Admin Console

Optimize

Design

Execute

Process Inspector

Process Designer

Process Optimizer

Process Portal

Scoreboards

Process Coaches


Collaborative platform


Repeatable & iterative development cycle


What you model is what is executed


Shortened cycle of development


Decrease maintenance workload


No code approach

Integration
Developer

Process Designer

New in v7.5

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Different configurations
match typical
entry points or stages
in a company’s BPM program


Extended support for high
-
volume process

automation, with high quality
-
of
-
service


Built
-
in SOA components for extensive

enterprise
-
wide service integration, orchestration

Complete set of advanced BPM capabilities

Configured for typical BPM projects

IBM Business Process Manager: Three Editions


For multi
-
project improvement programs,

with high business involvement


Basic system integration support


Rapid time
-
to
-
value: improved user productivity


For small number of users


single server,

no clustering


Low entry price


Easy to install, easy to use

Configured for first BPM project

Advanced

Standard

Express

Transformation

Program

Project

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Advanced

Standard

Express

WLE
-
compatible execution

Process Designer (BPMN)

Collaborative editing / Immediate playback

Interactive “process coach” UIs

ILOG
-
based process rules

Real
-
time monitoring & reporting

Performance analytics & optimizer

Performance Data Warehouse

Process Center / Shared asset repository

Unlimited process authors & end
-
users

High availability: clustering / unlimited cores

WPS
-
compatible execution

Integration Designer (BPEL / SOA)

Built
-
in Enterprise Service Bus (ESB)

Transaction support

Integration adapters

Flexible Business Space user interface

IBM Business Process Manager
v7.5

Configurations and Capabilities

200 users / 3 authors


4 cores prod / 2 cores dev / no cluster


= Advanced
capabilities
available to WPS
/ WID customers

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Current Business Process Management Landscape


The IBM BPM Strategy


IBM Business Process Manager v7.5


The Value Proposition for Business and IT


Leveraging Existing Investments in IBM BPM


The BPM Adoption Model

Agenda

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High scalability and availability enabled by the embedded
WebSphere Application Server.


Exploits proven power of SOA
-
based process automation,
integration, and reliability.


Simplicity

Power

Visibility

Governance



Simplified, easy
-
to
-
use tooling enables full business
participation & IT collaboration.


Single model
-
driven design environment enables rapid
playback, deploy, time
-
to
-
value.




Unified tools & repository support large
-
scale sharing,
versioning, and reuse of assets.


Process Center centralizes process deployment visibility and
control across all environments.




Built
-
in process monitoring and analytics simplify effort of
process optimization.


Real
-
time control of tasks allows you to improve process
outcomes while in
-
flight.


IBM Business Process Manager Business Value

Most powerful BPM platform on the planet

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IBM BPM Offers Simplicity

Process Center

Shared Model

Optimize

Design

Execute


Collaborative platform


Repeatable & iterative development cycle


What you model is what is executed


Shortened cycle of development


Decrease maintenance workload


No code approach

Instant Playback


Simplified, easy
-
to
-
use
tooling enables full
business participation &
IT collaboration.


Single model
-
driven
design environment
enables rapid
playback, deploy,
time
-
to
-
value.

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Powerful BPM Enabled by Advanced SOA Capabilities


Enhancing IT productivity while increasing agility with IT Driven BPM


Runtime for straight
-
through processes


Advanced process automation


Transaction integrity


Failure and error recovery


Inherits qualities of service from WebSphere
Application Server platform


Advanced clustering and failover capabilities


Single set of administration tools


Integrated, open standards
-
based ESB


Providing a flexible connectivity infrastructure for
integrating applications, data and services


Runtime Flexibility


Modify execution of in
-
flight process instances


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IBM BPM Supports Full BPM Lifecycle Governance


Unified BPM asset repository and control center


Makes is easy to share and version processes and
service assets



Team
-
oriented development of multiple projects


Concurrent editing with merge
-
less development,
simplified snapshot versioning, and back
-
in
-
time views.



Centralized installation and tracking of process
application versions


On any IBM Business Process Manager test or
production server or cluster


With optional one
-
click migration of in
-
flight processes



Integrated design time experience


Makes it easier for a multi
-
user team to define everything
needed for a process application


Including integration services developed by the
integration developer


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IBM BPM Offers Visibility and Optimization


User recommendations prompt iterative enhancements


Optimizations through:


Real
-
time scoreboards

Provides out
-
of
-
box visibility into work
-
in
-
progress, along
with the ability to take corrective action if necessary


Integrated Performance Data Warehouse

Automatically correlates performance event streams
directly back to the specified metrics of the process
model driving execution.


Process Optimizer

-
Detects bottlenecks and violations of performance
thresholds and displays them directly upon the
process model diagrams using visual heat map
overlays.

-
Get insight into root causes of process performance
by clicking into any part of a process heat map to view
underlying in
-
flight process status, or historical audit
trails.

-
Candidate for process optimizations can be simulated
and compared against historical benchmarks, with
heat map overlays to show improvements or
degradations.

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The IBM BPM Strategy


Supporting All BPM Solution Patterns


Line
-
of
-
Business Driven, Rapid Implementation, Low Entry Point

IBM Business Process Manager Express

and
Standard Editions


Straight
-
Through Processing, Integration Requirements, IT Driven

IBM Business Process Manager Standard

and
Advanced Editions


Active Content
-
Focused BPM

FileNet BPM


Case Management

IBM Case Manager


Business Rules Management System

WebSphere ILOG BRMS


Event
-
Driven BPM

WebSphere Decision Server

(WebSphere Business Events and
WebSphere ILOG BRMS)

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Current Business Process Management Landscape


The IBM BPM Strategy


IBM Business Process Manager v7.5


The Value Proposition for Business and IT


Leveraging Existing Investments in IBM BPM


The BPM Adoption Model

Agenda

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How do existing BPM customers move onto the Unified Platform?

WebSphere

Lombardi Edition

WebSphere


Process Server

Single, comprehensive platform
that scales from project to
program

Unified BPM asset repository
and control center for easy
sharing, versioning, and
governance

Added simplicity and ease
-
of
-
use

Built
-
in process monitoring &
analytics

Powerful, robust embedded
WebSphere Application Server


Entitled to
IBM Business Process Manager
Standard


Upgrade path:
Standard

to
Advanced
Configuration



Entitled to
IBM Process Server Advanced

and
IBM Integration Designer


Upgrade path: trade up to
Advanced

Configuration

by buying
Process Center

and
Process Designer


Adds:


Richer, more flexible “Business Space”
for human interaction


Powerful integration and orchestration
of enterprise services


Easy migration path from WLE and
Teamworks


Full backward compatibility with existing
assets


Adds:


Powerful way to quickly create process UI
through “coaches”


Flexible change management through
rapid playbacks


Easy migration path from WPS


Full backward binary compatibility

100% preservation of

Customer’s investment

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Migration Path


from WebSphere Process Server

Advanced Process Server and
Integration Designer

Add Process Center
and Process Designer
for full Advanced
configuration

WebSphere

Integration
Developer

WebSphere


Process Server

WebSphere

Dynamic Process
Edition

Advanced Configuration

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Migration Path


from WebSphere Lombardi Edition

WebSphere

Lombardi Edition

Standard configuration

Trade up from Standard to
Advanced Configuration

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The Current Business Process Management Market


The IBM BPM Strategy


IBM Business Process Manager v7.5


The Value Proposition for Business and IT


Leveraging Existing Investments in IBM BPM


The BPM Adoption Model


Agenda

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Proven Prescription for Adopting BPM

IBM offers the fastest and most cost effective
approach

to successfully navigating your BPM journey.

Journey

Stage

Customers
Goals

& Context

Succeed with an
Initial Project

Establish a
Program

Adopt within

LOB/Enterprise

Identify Business
Challenge & Value

Maturity

Time


Where do we begin?


How do we get started?


How do we incorporate a
solution
-
focused
approach?


How do we become self
-
sufficient on multiple
projects?


Can a CoE help us and
how can we develop one?


How do we scale up

to meet company
-
wide
demand, while avoiding
risk of falling short?


How do we ensure the
transformation is
sustainable?

Maturity

Challenges


How can I drive immediate
business value?


How do we build skills &
become self
-
sufficient?


How do I train my LOB and
IT by role & function?

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Unique value realized

Building capabilities for smarter processes

Business Process Management and Business Rule Management Systems

Identify a Project

Extend Initial Project into a
Program

Transform by Integrating
Processes and Rules
Across the Enterprise

Process Transformation

Define and Automate a Business
Process or
Decision


Extend automation with greater
integration across the enterprise



Further optimize processes and
decisions with situational context


Provide detailed visibility into
running processes and decision
points with configurable
dashboards

Increase productivity / efficiency
by automating simple workflows
and decision points

Program

1

Project

2

Transformation

3


Process Understanding


Efficiency


Agility


Risk of Non
-
Compliance


Customer satisfaction


Flexibility


Operational Costs


Efficiency


Growth

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