Published: April 2014
This paper explores the myth of zero-code BPM in complex projects, and how proprietary design and development tools can hinder - rather than help - skilled enterprise developers. It considers how using standard development tools and coding languages in conjunction with a BPMS can provide a bridge between business and IT without forcing either to use tools that are inappropriate for their needs: business-led functional design paired with efficient development in corporate-standard application development environments.
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