Oracle BPM Overview

Oracle BPM is the #29 ranked solution in our list of BPM Software. It is most often compared to Camunda Platform: Oracle BPM vs Camunda Platform

What is Oracle BPM?
The Industry's Most Complete and Unified BPM Solution A complete solution for all types of processes that provides a unified process foundation, user-centric design, and social BPM interaction. Reduces complexity and risk and increases business efficiency, visibility, and agility.

Oracle BPM is also known as Oracle Business Process Management.

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ITCS user
Senior Architect at AVIO Consulting
Reseller
Process modeling supports the BPMN 2.0 palette of tasks, gateways and events, for business and technical users.

What is our primary use case?

We have used Oracle BPM on projects involving, financial customer on-boarding, accounts payable, loan origination, and capital expenditure approval.
LG
Senior Enterprise Architect at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
Real User
The scalability has been enough to cover our backup operations and order management systems

What is our primary use case?

We use it as a middleware for order management and telecommunication. So far, it has been doing okay. We have a team of 10 developers, and they are implementing middleware services on Oracle BPM, which has been working well. We have been working on a major transformation project that will merge some sub-entity company services into middleware. We have been just checking if we are doing okay, this way we can consider other products. I have been conducting recently research on other ESPs and BPMs as a result.

Pros and Cons

  • "We have more than 800 distinct applications in our IT landscape. We had enough scalability and okay development cycles, and it has been enough to cover our backup operations and order management systems."
  • "The benefit from the tool is we can develop it quickly and easily use it for middleware services. We can publish the services so other applications can consume them. This is providing us some reusability and a type of security."
  • "It would be good if they could provide some additional connectors or an application developer environment for microservices."
  • "It could have easier administration. It takes time to configure and deploy."

What other advice do I have?

So far, it is doing well, but then market trends are shifting and digitalization is coming. More likely messaging mechanisms, microservices, and faster development cycles are needed. Faster development operations with development paradigms are forcing this. Maybe cognization of the product according to a recent trends on the market would be good. Be aware of market trends. The shift coming over from the business side is a strong factor. This is so we can develop faster products and have quicker order management. It is important to know about the business requirements. Most important criteria…
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ITCS user
Solution Architect at a tech services company with 201-500 employees
MSP
Collecting requirements and being clear what is needed is key to creating a scalable, robust and future-oriented environment

What is our primary use case?

We position Oracle BPM Suite as central process implementation and documentation platform, where the automation part is the more important one. With process automation media breaches can be avoided, business become more agile as well as transparent and existing process can become more efficiently.

What other advice do I have?

Collecting requirements and being clear what is needed is key to creating a scalable, robust, and future-oriented environment. Oracle BPM Suite can be used to automate parts of a company's business processes to increase operational efficiency. In addition, the high-level business processes and KPIs, which are important for specific processes, can be documented. But, without a clear, integrated service architecture, BPM cannot be implemented successfully. You have to think about your processes, on the one hand, and on the needed functionalities provided as Services, based on data from the…
it_user740466
Constultant
Vendor
We have customers generating more than 150,000 processes per day without performance issues

Pros and Cons

  • "It has developmental accelerators, which allow for virtually any customization needs which you may require."
  • "Their Case Management set of features is severely lacking and should be a target for immediate improvement dealing with unpredictable processes inside of organizations."

What other advice do I have?

Get a few guys very good an Oracle’s application server suite of products, namely WebLogic, as well as good Oracle DBAs. They will ensure very good platform health and no technical issues with the product.
it_user736194
CEO at a tech vendor
Real User
A whole development platform used to create your BPM that is well-integrated with WebLogic Server and JDeveloper

Pros and Cons

  • "The default Workspace does not meet all our needs and sometimes you need to create your own custom Workspace."
  • "The default Workspace does not meet all our needs and sometimes you need to create your own custom Workspace."

What other advice do I have?

When starting a project, get at least one super-experienced consultant to draft your architecture and project plan. Once you have the vertical slice, you can replicate it for the different processes you need.
it_user511731
Deputy project manager with 501-1,000 employees
Vendor
The database access feature is valuable for us. The operations and credit analysis areas need to be improved.

What other advice do I have?

Evaluate any other solutions first. Oracle BPM has a lack of vision and is very complex to develop and maintain. Support is also very expensive.
it_user71436
Architect at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Consultant
11.1.1.6- Better functionality and lots of bug fixes
We've used 11.1.1.6 in production for SOA/BPM/ADF for over 6 months now, and I'm alot happier with it than any of the previous versions. Struck threads significantly dropped, better functionality, and lots of bug fixes. If you're waiting for the 'perfect' release that's bug free, you may be waiting for some time! For us, this has been a good release.
it_user69813
Solution Architect with 51-200 employees
MSP
New case management functionalities in Oracle BPM Suite 11.1.1.7
Today I’d like to highlight a nice feature of the newest Oracle BPM Suite Release. I am very happy that Oracle enriched the Suite with certain Case Management functionalities that fit into the existing Service Component Architecture (SCA). In the past month I already had the chance to play a bit with the beta software. With this post I’d like to share some of my experiences. Why Case Management? Business Process Management becomes more and more important. With BPM Suite processes can be modeled, implemented, simulated and executed in a multi-user environment. There are also a lot of different reports available to monitor processes during runtime. We see in our projects, that this kind of automation is especially valuable for processes which are based on routine…