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New Post 10/15/2012 11:28 AM
User is offline sapna
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BPM Engines 

 Hi All,

I am currently trying to use Bonita Studio. I see that to model a process, I need to configure the variables and connectors. This doesn not seem like a BA job, it seem a bit technical. 

1. Is this how BPM engines are?

2. Are BAs expected to do this(as the Bonita site says that BAs can model their process)?

Thanks

Sapna

 
New Post 10/15/2012 11:46 AM
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Re: BPM Engines 

 Sapna,

I'm not familiar with Bonita Studio or why and how the connectors are used as part of the process modeling work.  But BPM is a growing area of work for business analysts.  Are you concerned about the more technical aspect because you don't have the technical knowledge?  If so, this is a great opportunity to partner with a developer or DB designer in your organization to LEARN.

In my experience, anytime a BA has the chance to gain technical knowledge they should welcome it and learn as much as they can.  This differentiates you within your field.


 


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New Post 10/26/2012 8:59 AM
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Re: BPM Engines 

 Thanks Chris! That was very informative. Actually, I was previously a software engineer. So, it is easy for me to pick-up these stuff. However, the company I am working for, expects that these changes be done by Customer Support(to reduce costs). So, I needed some confirmation to go back and say that this is not a Customer Support job. 

 
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