Definition - What does Integration-Centric BPM mean?
An integration-centric BPM (business process management) is a fully-integrated approach to building and promoting desktop and Internet applications. It is used when there is a critical need for both business process management and service-oriented architecture. It allows easy application updating and is capable of tracking variable market conditions.
This term is also known as an integration-centric BPM suite.
Techopedia explains Integration-Centric BPM
Integration-centric BPM allows an organized implementation of efficient and flexible business processes, while service-oriented architecture is useful in organizing the mutual interaction between different program computing entities.
Model driven development is one of the results of integration-centric BPM, which significantly reduces management overhead and gives a chance for application objects to be reused by the system, increasing efficiency in the evolution of an application.
- Business Process Management (BPM)
- Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA)
- Variable Programming
- Model-Driven Development (MDD)
- Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
- Enterprise Application Integration (EAI)
- Information Technology (IT)
- Business Activity Monitoring (BAM)
- Enterprise Systems Architecture (ESA)
- Business Process Automation (BPA)
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