Class Notes: BPM Research and Education—BPM Technology Research—the Case of Apromore

Class Notes: BPM Research and Education—BPM Technology Research—the Case of Apromore
This month, Jan Recker turns his attention to the technological side of BPM research and education. He engaged in a collaboration with two colleagues at Queensland University, Dr Marcello La Rosa and Eike Bernhard in an initiative on the development of an advanced BPM technology – an Advanced Process Model Repository called Apromore, In this Column, they use the example of Apromore to showcase how BPM technologies are conceived, designed, developed and applied.

Jan Recker

Jan Recker

Dr Jan Recker is Senior Lecturer at the Business Process Management group at the Faculty of Information Technology, Queensland University of Technology Brisbane, Australia. He received a BScIS and MScIS from the University of Muenster, Germany in 2004 and a PhD in Information Systems from Queensland University of Technology in 2008. His research interests include BPM Standards, Adoption and Usage of BPM, and Business Process Flexibility. Findings from his research have appeared in more than 50 research papers. Jan is also a regular speaker at BPM practitioner conferences as well as manager and regular instructor for the QUT BPM Group's Continuing Professional Education offerings.
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