As a new step of our continuous delivery process, we’ve just introduced significant improvements related to our BPMN editor: you can now model the data handled by your designed processes and make the whole project executable into Java-based execution engines, customize a wider range of BPMN 2.0 attributes, and import BPMN 2.0 models with even […]Continue reading
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We’ve just released a major update and we’ve got plenty of developments to tell you about: we introduce the business process animation, a first step towards process simulation, model versioning and access right management. In our efforts for providing a professional BPMN modeling and analysis platform in the cloud, we joined the Business Process Model […]Continue reading
— Guest Post by Planzone On the market since 2008, Planzone is an online project management software that simplifies project planning and teamwork. Constantly evolving, the R & D team at Planzone have come up with an intuitive interface that is easy for all members of a project team to use. A prime incentive of […]Continue reading
In our efforts for providing a professional BPMN modeling and analysis platform in the cloud, GenMyModel joined the Business Process Model and Notation Model Interchange Working Group (BPMN MIWG). In this working group, we work to ensure the smooth interchange of BPMN models between GenMyModel and other tools that implement the OMG standard. For our […]Continue reading
One month ago, we released the first version of our BPMN2 editor. As promised in my last post, it was just the beginning to bring you the best tool for modeling your BPMN process on the web. After several days in total darkness, only armed with the BPMN2 specification and our keyboards, we’d like to show you what we’ve been working on.
The BPMN 2 standard is packaged in two parts: a structural part and a graphical one. This means your BPMN model has two flavors in the same artifact: the model and the diagram. The fact that a standard exists for these two parts enables GenMyModel to import all standard BPMN 2 projects no matter the […]Continue reading
The Business Process Management (BPM) approach is becoming increasingly popular in large organizations and in medium-sized companies. In the same time, we see new initiatives to match the different needs (advice and expertise, dedicated infrastructures, modeling tools) and the different situations (new projects, rework processes, optimization). Considering all these criteria, it can become very difficult […]Continue reading
According to software architects, design patterns are everywhere, you probably use them without knowing it. There is a lot of article dealing with those and their usage in very simple contexts. They are presented as small examples without connection between them. In this article, we propose 5 design patterns in a bigger picture.
Our team is happy to unveil the revision history in GenMyModel.