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Be the First to Build Applications with SAP NetWeaver BPM and BRM!

Thomas Volmering presented SAP’s new Business Process Management (BPM) and Business Rules Management (BRM) solution in his blog on Introducing SAP NetWeaver Business Process Management (BPM) earlier this year.

We’re now launching a Beta program for the next release of the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment which includes the new SAP NetWeaver BPM and BRM components. The program will start in the second half of August. As part of the program, you will

  • Receive a fully functional pre-release version to build and test business process applications with SAP NetWeaver BPM and BRM as well as the latest improvements for CAF, Web Dynpro Java, Visual Composer, NWDI, and ESR
  • Become part of an exclusive Beta collaboration room to exchange ideas, feedback, issues, and best practice experience with the other Beta program participants and SAP Netweaver product managers and developers
  • Get early access to how-to-guides, learning material, and other best practices
  • Be invited to webinars and other collaborative events

The Beta program looks for your active participation:

  • You should have a real business scenario for which you would like to build an application
  • You should have a small team including a business analyst, a Web Dynpro UI developer, and a Java developer (for backend connectivity and business logic development) to run the project
  • Your contributions to the collaboration space, response to surveys, and feedback based on your experience are mandatory

In addition, we ask you to sign a Test and Evaluation Agreement (TEA). You can only go productive after the RTC (release-to-customer) date.

Sounds like the right challenge for you? Send us a short message.

For those of you who look for the preview version to evaluate or simply explore SAP NetWeaver BPM, we will soon have a preview available on SDN. Hold on for a few more weeks.

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  1. Genni Sanders
    Does this include the BPMN modeller?

    Also when is NW CE 7.1.1 due for release?

    I have a client who is about to launch a major re-engineering project and they are choosing between EPC or BPMN in Aris. I’m trying to persuade them that BPMN is a better long term investment in training, effort and money.

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