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I cannot find the Business Process Expert Community in the new navigation ribbon - where has it gone to?

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    Posted on Apr 24, 2012 at 03:57 PM

    Hello Tilman,

    When we launched the new SCN, the SAP Developer Network, the BPX Community, and the Business Analytics Community were all merged into a single community: SAP Community Network (SCN), which is centered around topics of interest. As such, there is only one homepage now, which covers the whole SCN: http://scn.sap.com/welcome

    If you’re looking for content on BPX-type topics, you’ll find the relevant spaces around those topics in the global navigation at the top, mostly concentrated in the Solutions > Business Process section, the Industries section, and the Lines of Business section.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards,

    Audrey

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    • Hi Audrey,

      ah that really helps. And PI (together with NW BPM and NW BRM) plays their important roles in the BPM story. However: other major tools such as Solution Manager, PowerDesigner, Process Observer, SAP Strategy Management, Value Management Center, Solution Browser all have their stake in BPM - and here I just talk about the tooling dimension.

      Not to speak about the Business Process Transformation Framework as such, containing BPM governance as an OCM discipline, value-driven process improvement methodology, common semantics/content & tool architecture as well beside the tools themselves (this even is not complete).

      Yes I know it is quite a complex issue, just want to bring my experience into it. Addressing all this issues need somehow an own space avoiding to be lost in space.

      Best, Tilman

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