Hi, Welcome to Red Maverick’s fourth video, the second of the Business Travel Request Management Series. In this series we’ll guide you on how to build a complete, working BPM application using Oracle’s Process Cloud Service. This second part is about designing the form that is the data foundation for your process. In the next parts, you’ll […]
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About Jose Rodrigues
José Rodrigues, a.k.a Maverick, is an Oracle ACE Associate and the BPM and ECM Business Manager and the BPM Practice Lead at Link Consulting.
He has been involved in very large Business Process Optimization, Automation and Management projects for world top-tier companies, mostly with Oracle technology, some of which have been awarded world renowned prizes, such as the Outstanding Contribution Award given by Oracle BPM Community, and the runner-up for Oracle’s Middleware Partner of the Year Award.
He’s the main responsible for the world’s largest BPM project with Oracle technology (in terms of number of instances, in 2014), and is a speaker at BPM conferences and Oracle events, both in Portugal and abroad.
He also frequently gives trainings and classes on BPM, with strong focus on Requirements and Business Process Design Optimization.
In 2014 he launched Red Mavericks, a site that focus on Oracle technology applied to Business Process Management, that intents to make it easier for newcomers to BPM and/or Oracle to get their ideas straight and helping them jumpstart their BPM efforts.
Entries by Jose Rodrigues
Hi, Welcome to Red Maverick’s third video. In this one, we’ll guide you on how to build a complete, working BPM application using Oracle’s Process Cloud Service. The first part is about designing your process from a functional/business point of view In the next parts, you’ll see how to setup a process start form, build advanced […]
Hi, Welcome to Red Maverick’s first video. In this video, we’ll guide you on how to import an existing Visio BPMN model into Oracle BPM12c, using Process Composer. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pRSfK4cAxT8&w=800&h=600] Enjoy! Cheers Maverick
Hi, Welcome to Red Maverick’s first video. In this video, we’ll guide you on how to build a web form, using the web form designer in Oracle BPM12c Process Composer. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7IQYzHHvnYQ&w=800&h=600] Enjoy! Cheers Maverick
Hi there, So here’s our new article, completing the data definition series. We’ll build the remaining Business and Data Objects as well as build our first web form based on those objects. Last time, we saw how we defined the data that will be governed by our Business Process. Now it’s time to make use […]
We have our BPMN process and if we only want to document our process, this is almost all the work we’ll need to do. However, Akino Fishing Co. wants to not only document, but also automate and execute the processes. For that, we need to define our process data. Process data refers to the entities that […]
Ah… The holiday season! Time to be with your family, eat like an elephant, getting stuck in endless traffic jams and moving in overcrowded shopping malls. No better time to write BPM articles, right? Actually, wrong! Curiously, a peak in activity actually absorbed me completely and we couldn’t do all the stuff that we wanted to. […]
Hello there! I know I’m a bit late on this article, but my presence in the Middle East had more (positive) impact than I anticipated, so I got tied up at work. Anyway, let’s finally start to use Oracle’s BPM Composer to model our “Request a parking space” process. As the Akino Fishing Co is a series focused […]
Hi and welcome to another article of the Akino Fishing Company BPM initiative series. Last week we described our pilot process in plain english. We wrote what is the process, what does it do, what are the expected inputs and outputs and how the information is processed. Today we’ll start with that description, do a […]
Welcome back for the 3rd episode of the Akino Fishing Co. BPM initiative saga. About this article’s head image, we’re sorry, but the relation between Mavericks and pilot was too good to miss… 🙂 Anyway, today we’re going to describe our pilot project, the famous “Request a parking space” process. You can read about how […]