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MY book – oracle bpm for financial services
- Learn something new in an Instant! A short, fast, focused guide delivering immediate results
- Simplifies complex business problems for financial services
- Optimize, enhance, and modify your business processes
- Includes enterprise architecture best practices
- Highlights various roles of Business Process Management
Oracle Business Process Management helps in process automation and improvement with a very high level of flexibility for all the process participants from the process planning team to the end users. It also makes it possible to have corporate employees and customers collaborating towards common goals.
Instant Oracle BPM for Financial Services How-to covers many concepts that can be easily reused across industries such as core banking, healthcare, travel, self service automation, e-governance, and so on. It highlights various roles of Business Process Management such as Business Process Modeling, Process Developer, Process Owner, and Process Participant along with the way they work together in a financial services environment.
Instant Oracle BPM for Financial Services How-to is your guide to implementing Oracle Business Process Management whilst working in the Financial Services industry.Starting through the discovering of implementation and Business challenges for financial services we will move on to Modeling, Implementation, Process ork-flow’s, deployment and testing.
Moving on to cover advanced topics such as Process administering, changing business processes using process analysts, business reporting, participants and notifications and finally collaboration. You will learn to setup, maintain and alter your Business Process Management aimed specifically for the Financial services industry.
Filled with practical, step-by-step instructions and clear explanations for the most important and useful tasks. This book is a practical Packt How-to guide that is designed to provide targeted information for experienced BPM professionals in the financial sector.
Who this Book is for
This book will be ideal as a pocket guide for people working with BPM for financial services. It is a short reference for financial analysts, business process owners, process participants, business process developers, and SOA and BPM architects and developers
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TABLE OF CONTENT – LINK TO MORE INFO PAGES ON THIS BLOG
Enterprise Organizations are increasingly adopting Oracle Business Process Management (BPM) to increase their organizational efficiency and excellence. As per industry analyst reports such as those from Gartner and Forrester, BPM has been at the top of the senior management focus list for the last four to five years, and BPM spending has been at a multi-billion dollar level. BPM’s ability to streamline the business process and integrate with business partners has been a key focus area both from an IT and business point of view. BPM’s out-of-the-box capabilities with respect to human workflow, notifications, simulations, integration with various applications through adapters and document management systems had been a key factor both from a Solution Architecture and Development view of a Business process.
BPM is built on Oracle’s SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Suite infrastructure. BPM Suite 11g provides enhanced support for application integration services, Business events, Web 2.0, E2.0, and high scalability. BPM has sufficient easy-to-use features to make it also suitable for small to complex enterprise projects.
This book covers various aspects of BPM from a financial services point of view, and looks at how BPM can help in various organizational roles such as Process Administrator, Process Analyst, Process Owner, and Process Participants. Each of the recipes cover a how-to-do activity. We start with setting up the development environment to integrate with a business partner and end at a complete enterprise portal, which helps in achieving an organization’s goals and customer satisfaction.
- Instant Oracle BPM for Financial Services How-to
- Setting up the development environment (Simple)
- Modeling a home loan business process (Intermediate)
- Implementing a home loan business process (Advanced)
- Deploying and testing a process workflow (Advanced)
- Administering processes (Advanced)
- Changing a business process by the process analyst (Advanced)
- Creating business reports for process owners (Intermediate)
- Participating in a business process (Intermediate)
- Integrating with business partners (Advanced)
- Collaborating with customers and end users (Simple)
What this book covers
Setting up the development environment (Simple), discusses some of the key challenges faced in the financial services industry such as banks, mortgage firms, insurance companies, stock brokerage firms, and so on. We will also be setting hands on a development environment and configuring Oracle BPM, Webcenter Portal, and Webcenter Content to work together.
Modeling a home loan business process (Medium), is seen more from a process analyst perspective that comprises of modeling the business process, setting up business rules to determine Platinum/Gold or non-eligible customers for a home loan. These business rules are editable by the process analyst at later point in time as and when business requirements change.
Implementing a home loan business process (Advanced), shows how a process developer would implement some of the core logic to calculate the EMI amount for the loan requested amount for a given period of time at a rate of interest decided by the business analyst. There are different EMI options—fixed and variable EMI—that customers can choose from. The auto- generated IDs can be used across the loan application process up to loan fulfillment.
Deploying and testing a process workflow (Advanced), takes a closer look at the home loan process. It covers workflow approvals from one stage to another based on the organization’s hierarchy. We will also discuss some of the core BPMN modeling techniques and service re- usability across the process, some of the best practices, deployment and process testing.
Administering process (Advanced), discusses process escalation, setting process deadlines, document management capabilities, process simulation, and cost and time analysis that helps the process owner take some of the key business decisions in an overall business process.
Changing a business process by the process analyst (Advanced), covers process change management, and the process audit trail in detail, it also demonstrates using process composer to edit and change the business rules and the process flow as per the changes in the business requirement.
Creating business reports for process owners (Medium), covers some of the key real-time reporting requirements of the business process owners. This recipe covers the business activity monitoring application to track the real-time process data in BAM dashboard and help the process owner in making some of the key decisions with respect to the business.
Participating in a business process (Medium), discusses re-usable services and sub
processes. It also covers how the processes can get back to the customer, asking for more information related to regulatory requirements, which then gets verified before the process moves to next level in the approval chain.
Integrating with Business Partners (Advanced), discusses re-usable services and sub
processes. It also covers how the processes can get back to the customer asking for more information related to regulatory requirements, which gets verified and the process moves to next level in the approval chain. We will also be taking a closer look at Oracle Service Bus integration with BPM and access partner services.
Collaborating with Customers and End Users (Simple), shows how customers and process participants collaborate in a portal environment on web and mobile devices. It covers the bigger picture of enterprise, which comprises not only business process but also various decision-making reports and context-based documents related to the business.
About the Author
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I have been working at Oracle from past 5 years on a Techno-Sales-Enterprise Architecture role. My overall experience with Business and Technology is more than 14 years. I am also TOGAF 9 Enterprise Architect Certified. I am a part of Technology Sales Consulting Team at Oracle’s North America Technology Organization in Bangalore as Solution Specialist …. before Oracle I was Technical Manager at HCL Technologies Architecting on Shipping and Logistics Domain in Hamburg Germany.
Some of the technologies that I work on are SOA (Service Oriented Architecture), Oracle BPM (Business Process Management), Oracle Webcenter Portal, Content Management System, Webcenter Sites and Application Development Framework.
Education and Certificates
Bachelor of Engineering in Telecommunication Engineering
Graduate in Information Technology from NIIT
IBM Top Gun Websphere Certified Specialist
Rational Software Architect Certified
TOGAF 9 Certified (Enterprise Architecture Certification by Open Group)
Value Selling Certified Foundation level
What other technologies are you interested in?
- Service Oriented Architecture
- Business Process Management
- Oracle Service Bus
- Application Development Framework
- Webcenter Portal,
- Enterprise Content Management,
- Business Activity Monitoring
- Weblogic Portals
- Application Integration,
- Enterprise Security Identity and Access Management
- Enterprise Business Intelligence
- Weblogic Servers
- Cloud Computing
- TOGAF Enterprise Architecture & Value Selling
- Java and JEE Technologies
- Open source Technologies LAMP / Ubuntu etc
- ADF based Android Mobile Application Development
- ADF and Mobile Taskflows
- Technology to Solution Mapping
- etc … this list would be never ending :-)
Also Worked in Middle East Bahrain Telecom Project and In Hamburg Germany on Multi Billion Euros Shipping and Logistic Domain. Previously was Technical Manager at HCL Technologies before joining Oracle.
Loves to Spends time with family and daughter Aishwarya
BPM for Financial Services – Supporting Material
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- Webcenter Portal, Content, BPM Process Spaces, Discussion Configuration PS6, PS7, PS8
- Webcenter Content and Webcenter Portal Integration PS5, PS6, PS7, PS8
- Webcenter Portal and BPM Process Spaces Integration PS5, PS6, PS7, PS8
- OEL DB and FMW Startup Scripts
- Setting up world class Home Theaters using XBMC
- Business Intelligence
- Fusion Architecture
- Oracle Identity and Access Management
- Comprehensive Fusion Middleware Solutions
- Oracle Business Process Management 11g
- Oracle Service Oriented Architecture 11g
- Webcenter Spaces PS1
- Weblogic Architecture and Clusters
- Cloud Computing
- Conky and xPlanetFX
- Television in India
- Value Selling
Comprehensive Solutions Series 2
- James University Usecase and Demonstration
- SOA, BPM, BAM, UCM working together & Configurations
- Source Code Download and Running the University App
Oracle Webcenter Sites
SOA 11g + BAM + BPM + OSB + ADF Mobile + Webcenter + ECM + Android Apps
- Comprehensive Solutions with Oracle Fusion Middleware
- Oracle Business Intelligence with SOA – BPM Integration
- Art of making webcenter template PS5
- ADF based Android App Development
- HANDS On 1 : DB Adapter , Web Service Invocation
- HANDS On 2 : File Adapter , Business Rules Engine
- HANDS On 3 : Mediator , Testing Process End to End
- HANDS On 4 : AQ Adapters Enqueue and Dequeue
- HANDS On 5 : Oracle Service Bus 11gR1
- Simple BPM Task Initiator
- BPM Business Rules and Decision Activity
- Service Invocation DB and File Adapters
- BPM as a Web Service, ADF Front End for BPM Process
- Mediator and Conditional Routing
- BPM Composer Run time Process and Rules Editing
- BPM and JMS Adapter
- SOA 10g – Hello World BPEL Process
- SOA 10g ADF Invoking BPEL Process
- SOA 10g – Oracle BPEL and ESB
- SOA 10g BPEL and Rules Engine
- SOA 10g Creating an ASynchronous BPEL Process
- SOA 10g Invoking One ASynchronous Process by Another
- SOA 10g Workflow – Human Approval or Rejection
- SOA 10g Working with Database and File Adapters
- SOA 10g Working with Oracle BAM
- SOA 11g , BPEL Composite and Database Adapter
Just like that :-)
- Cloud Computing
- Conky and Xplanetfx
- How to download youtube videos
- Oracle XE database on Ubuntu
- Television in India BW to XBMC Full HD
- Watching AVI Files on Divx DVD Player
- XBMC World class Home Theater setup
- Best Android Apps
- Media Servers and Android Apps
Oracle ADF and Mobile World
TOGAF 9 and Enterprise Architecture related articles
- 01 Enterprise Business
- 02 Architecture Content framework
- 03 Enterprise Continuum
- 04 Architecture Maturity Models
- 05-Architecture Governance
- 06-Preliminary Phase
- 07-Architecture Vision
- 08-Business Architecture
- 09-Info Sys Architecture
- 10-Tech Architecture
- 11-Opportunities and Solutions
- 12-Migration Planning
- 14-Implementation Governance
- 15-Architecture Change Management
- 16-Requirement Management
- 17-TOGAF Reference Models
- 18-TOGAF and IPL Cricket
TO BE CONTINUED
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