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BPM - Business Process Management Expert Training
322.50 + VAT
Duration 1.5 Day(s) / 10.0 Hour(s)
BPM.201.E
15

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OVERVIEW

WHY PARTICIPATE?

Business Process Management - Expert Training is aimed to enable the participants to learn;

- The operations of BPM module in CaniasERP system and management of business process check tables,

-  Business process design and Business process management.

TARGET AUDIENCE

- Business process Managers

- Process management Employees / Experts

- ERP Project Managers / Project Officers

- Owners and Partners

PRE-REQUISITES

Pre-Training Preparation: Reading the end-user documentation of the Business Process Management module.

Level of Knowledge:

- Participation in the BAS - Basic Transaction End User training.

- Being able to perform basic processes in CaniasERP system.

- Having already participated in TROIA training

Required Materials: Notebook

TARGET COMPETENCIES

- Creation of Business Process Management check table data

- Business process design in Canias ERP system

- Business process management

- User role assignments

PURPOSE OF TRAINING

At the end of "Business Process Management - Expert Training",  the participants will be able to;

- Have detailed information about CaniasERP Business Process Management module.

- Create Business Process Management check tables data.

- Design business processes.

- Manage running business processes.

- Complete role assignments.

TRAINING METHODOLOGY

- BPM - Business Process Management Expert Training is held in a training room. However, training can also be provided via teleconference for the offices in other cities.

- After the theoretical sessions, dummy records are used to practice by the participants.

- Participants are allowed to create their own dummy records for practice purposes.

- Training index and content are shared as printed and/or digitally with the participants to provide a lasting learning experience.

TRAINING INDEX

BPM.201.E - BPM - Business Process Management Expert Training


1 - Module General Description

1.1 - Business Process Management Concept

2 - Business Process Management

2.1 - Defining of BPM parameters

2.2 - Other Moduls Relations Check Table Usage

2.3 - Defining of BPM Event Types

2.4 - Defining of BPM Event Types - Process Relation

2.5 - Defining of BPM Business Units

2.6 - Defining of BPM Process Types

2.7 - Defining of BPM's Rights

2.8 - Defining of BPM Action Templates

2.9 - BPM Links on IASBPM013

2.10 - Defining of BPM Standard Texts

2.11 - BPM Remind List Check Table Usage

2.12 - Defining BPM Query Data for Reminder

2.13 - Defining BPM Query Data for Reminder Application

2.14 - Defining BPM Query Data for Reminder

A - Workshop

3 - Process Definition

3.1 - Creating a new BPM process

3.2 - Updating existing BPM process

3.3 - Deleting BPM process

3.4 - Using Review activity in a process

3.5 - Using Approval activity in a process

3.6 - Using Decision activity in a process (with Basic type)

3.7 - Using Decision activity in a process (with Runcode type)

3.8 - Using Voting activity in a process

3.9 - Using Other activity in a process

3.10 - Using Subflow activity in a process

3.11 - Using Mail activity in process

3.12 - Using Process activity in process

3.13 - Using Wait activity in a process

3.14 - Deletion of process instance data after the process is completed

3.15 - Using action templates in process

3.16 - Updating source variables with RUNCODE

3.17 - Updating source variables

3.18 - Updating table fields with source variables or constant values

3.19 - Calling activity transaction with using canias link

3.20 - Calling application with using call transaction

3.21 - Transferring process data to the sub process

3.22 - The concepts of changing the roleID and assigning the activity to the ROLE in the runtime

3.23 - The concepts of changing the roleID and assigning the activity to the user in the runtime

3.24 - Adding document to process definition

3.25 - Adding document to activity definition

3.26 - Lock definition concept for interactive actvities

3.27 - Definition of special dialog for interactive activities

3.28 - Authentication concept for interactive activities

3.29 - Defining a business unit for a user-interactive activity in the process.

3.30 - BPM Global variables and usage of it

B - Workshop

4 - Business Process Management

4.1 - Listing process instances

4.2 - Confirmation/rejection of the APPROVAL type activity in a process instance

4.3 - Reviewing of the REVIEW type activity in a process instance

4.4 - Positive or negative votes of a VOTING type activity in a process instance

4.5 - The use of link button to view the details of the document that initiated the process instance

4.6 - Display of process flows

4.7 - Reviewing of voting results

4.8 - Reviewing of the mails sent in the process

4.9 - Reviewing of source variable values after activity is executed

4.10 - Waiting time definitions on runtime in REVIEW and APPROVAL activity

4.11 - Assigning active activity to self

4.12 - Assigning active activity to Role or User

4.13 - Making approval, reviewing and voting by using the buttons on the e-mail

4.14 - Adding document to process instance

4.15 - Adding document to activity instance

C - Workshop

5 - Role Assignments

5.1 - Creating a new Role Assignment to user

5.2 - Updating existing Role Assignment on user

5.3 - Delete Role Assignment from user

5.4 - Appointment of delegates for a user

D - Workshop

6 - Activity Timeouts

6.1 - Starting activity on timeout action

7 - BPM Cockpit

7.1 - Listing Processes Instance Using Cockpit

8 - Reminder Application

8.1 - Reminder

9 - BPM Report Application

9.1 - Taking detailed process instance reports

E - Workshop
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