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Business Process Execution Language Frameworks & Practices

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Business Process Execution Language BPEL vs BPMN

Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)

BPEL is a process modeling/orchestration language that standardizes process descriptions in a markup language similar to XML, allowing for the integration of business process management and automated web service applications. BPEL allows business process users to define which activities interact with web services defined using web service description standards (WSDL).

A closer look at the advantages of Business Process Execution Language

Ensure Transparency

Know where ressources are being used and encourage efficient work and habits by planning well in advance

Orchestrate Technology

Implement service orchestration to design more flexible communications networks that mirror the efficients of your business process management

Manage Workflow

Integrate your people, processes, and technology by taking advantage of our workflow engine to deliver work to where it’s needed, and keep all employees up to date with the most important priorities

Printable Process Manuals

Ability to generate a complete output of your processes and all of the related information that is ready for print. A collaborative tool that allows your agents to share information more widely

Implement Standard Methodologies

Avoid the needed for continual trial and error in improving your client’s operational efficiency; get a head start by taking advantage of industry standards


Our process methodology and support for business rules and risk/control management allows effective process design that has all the appropriate checks and balances

Encourage Collaboration

By uniting goals and creating a common framework for your clients, they will be able to cooperate at a previously unattained level.

Utilize Resources

Business process management will expose unused resources and allow you to take better advantage of them along the lengh of the process


Business processes modeled in the industry-wide Business Process Management Notation (BPMN) standard can be exported to BPEL for execution, allowing for the straight-through integration of business processes and web services. It enables the sending and receiving of data between process activities that can be fulfilled by services or applications. BPMN acts as a graphical front-end to capture BPEL process descriptions.

How Interfacing can help

Enterprise Process Center – A Complete Platform

Recommended by Gartner’s Enterprise Business Process Analysis (EBPA) MarketGuide, the Enterprise Process Center (EPC) supports the BPMN standard as well as exports to BPEL for process execution. Our process modeling module supports a fully integrated service module that maps services directly to process activities. This module will bring the true value of BPEL to any organization, allowing users to effectively take advantage of IT and web service framework in enabling the execution of business processes. BPEL is supported in the EPC Platform.

Just as EPC creates a shared space for your employees to work, it also creates a common environment for your business data to be managed, integrated and accessed by third party systems. The platform is a centralized information repository, leveraging the functionality of your software services. It relies on the BPEL standard to allow work to be multiplied across systems.