Where do BPM experts go to teach the basics of process automation? Bizagi of course! We’re delighted to see distinguished BPM instructors Professors Marlon Dumas and Marcello La Rosa of Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Brisbane, getting hands-on with Bizagi Studio in their upcoming MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on October 12.
The MOOC, titled Fundamentals of BPM, will take students through the full Business Process Management (BPM) lifecycle, including process identification and discovery, analysis and redesign.
Bizagi Studio will be used in week five of a seven-week course to help learners understand Automation concepts and apply the techniques to real-life examples.
“It brings a smile to my face to see Bizagi Studio used in this way,” says Gustavo Gomez, Bizagi CEO. “To enable hundreds, potentially thousands of people all over the world to benefit and learn BPM for free is exactly the collaborative spirit in which our BPM software was conceived.”
“This MOOC offers a great opportunity to see how easily you can turn process models into real, running applications and apply the results to real-life business challenges.”
The course, Instructed by La Rosa and Dumas and featuring guest speakers from Vienna University of Business and Economics and VU University Amsterdam, brings together some of the leading thought leaders and practitioners in the BPM discipline.
Together, the academics conceived the bestselling textbook “Fundamentals of Business Process Management’ which influenced the curriculum of over 100 universities worldwide. Bizagi is no stranger to the academic world – this news comes almost a year since Bizagi was ranked Best Performing BPMS by Europe’s leading Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, The Fraunhofer Institute. Download the report >>
What is Bizagi Studio?
Bizagi Studio is the second part of Bizagi Suite, representing the ‘Build’ aspect of its ‘Model, Build, Run’ tagline. The software, available for free from the Bizagi website, enables businesses to try, test and automate complete business processes in a code-free, drag-and-drop environment. To learn more about the benefits of process automation and how to do it, download our paper: Why Go Beyond Process Modeling?