Semantic Business Process Management : Using Semantic Web Services for Business Process Management

@inproceedings{Hepp2005SemanticBP,
  title={Semantic Business Process Management : Using Semantic Web Services for Business Process Management},
  author={Martin Hepp and Frank Leymann and Chris Bussler and John Domingue and Alexander Wahler and Dieter Fensel},
  year={2005}
}
Business Process Management (BPM) is the approach to manage the execution of IT-supported business operations from a business expert’s process view rather than from a technical perspective. The motivation for BPM is that organizations are trying hard to continuously align their actual business processes, as executed by the multiplicity of systems, with the should-be processes as derived from business needs. BPM has gained significant attention by both research and industry, and many BPM tools… CONTINUE READING
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