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Human Workflows in BPM

In an enterprise, a significant part of the business processes are supported by human workflows. Human work flows involve interactions among human participants and information systems. Often these workflows have fair degree of complexity as they are required to support long running interactions spanning more than one human participant and information systems. With maturity in BPM space there is an ever increasing need to support collaborative development, deployment, execution, governance and run time behavior modification of workflows involving human participants. In this blog I will be posting about patterns in human workflows and direction of evolution. Participants are welcome to enrich this body of knowledge by providing insights from their leanings.

Thank you

-Krishnendu Kunti

krishnendu_kunti@infosys.com 


 

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