Gaona A.B.A.,Ministerio de Educacion Nacional |
Aguilar L.J.,Pontifical University of Salamanca |
Sanchez O.N.,University of Boyacá
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing | Year: 2013
This article presents the results of one of the first phases of the doctoral thesis proposal, which includes the study of technologies that are part of the paradigm of Web 2.0, to propose a model of software development with BPM approach 2.0. The researcher  points out that it would help analysts to understand business requirements and apply them directly in the process by using existing IT systems. The research involves areas such as software engineering, specifically all that has to do with the business process management and Web 2.0 technologies. These paradigms promote the creation of business management applications focused on the modeling, execution, administration and monitoring of business processes and a new generation of communication services which are based on the social web. © 2013 Springer-Verlag.