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Expert Statements

Wil van der Aalst


Wil van der Aalst, Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands

The book is written by two renowned BPM experts and a must-read for all interested in flexible process support within information systems. It shows that BPM is not just about making diagrams. The real challenge is to realize information systems that support processes without jeopardizing flexibility. The authors present a wide range of powerful techniques to support this.

 

Stefanie Rinderle-MaStefanie Rinderle-Ma, University of Vienna, Austria

Comprehensive coverage of flexibility in PAIS, clear explanation of concepts and their practical applications, and easily understandable examples - this book is an excellent choice for students, computer scientists, and practitioners.

 

Hajo Reijers, Eindhoven University of Technology, The NetherlandsHajo Reijers

If there would be any doubt left, this book annihilates the picture of workflow systems as being rigid, unyielding types of information systems. The authors draw from their deep knowledge of the field to explain the state-of-the-art with respect to flexibility mechanisms: A rich and highly readable treatise.

 

Pnina SofferPnina Soffer, University of Haifa, Israel

The book provides an excellent description of recent advancements in the area of business process flexibility. It is well-organized, comprehensive, and comprehensible. A highly recommended text book, both for BPM researchers and advanced courses.

 

Rafael AccorsiRafael Accorsi, University of Freiburg, Germany

This book presents comprehensive and fresh material for anyone interested in delving into the area of flexible BPM provision in modern enterprise systems. With its excellent organization, technical depth, thorough discussions and extensive use of pictures and examples, it is an outstanding choice as a text book on the are

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