Model-Driven Approach and Model-Based Approach of Development!!!!. Have you ever thought about what these two terms really mean? In this blog I will brief the differences between these two frameworks which might be of some help in selecting the best option that will fit your requirements to achieve the strategic goals.
“Stop learning programming; Get trained in system analysis“- In 70s, this was the advice given by a famous futurologist to the young students who were interested in software programming. Some of the ongoing trends in the industry may support this theory but still there are proponents who anchor the traditional application development ship from sinking. Experts are jumping out with different opinions about the future of application development. Let me just give you a gist of these discussions. Read more of this article »
BPM vendors are flying and trying hard to get themselves cloudy. i.e. to provide their BPM offerings packaged in cloud model. Apart from few concerns like security, confidentiality and lose of control, cloud is getting good traction among CIOs and other IT communities. Since BPM will take role as an extended arm of secured on-premise systems, being cloudy seems to be very promising. Below are the points which prove Cloudy BPM to be a boon. Read more of this article »
“Change is the only constant“- At Aufait we also believe the same and this can be witnessed by the frequent visitors/ followers of our website in terms of improved content and value addition through knowledge sharing resources and blogs.
It is not very uncommon to see people uttering BPM and workflow interchangeably. For them BPM is nothing but synonym of workflow. But there are world of differences between these two terms and let us see few among them. Read more of this article »
Last week we signed off a complex process automation project of handling customer complaints with Airline major Oman air. This project is supposed to bring in accountability and expected to reduce the cycle time by more than half in closing a customer complaint.
The challenge as well as the opportunity here is to continuously improve the process to attain maximum efficiency and better customer relations. This demands architecture of flexibility, which was one of the key areas we were focusing from the starting of the project.