Version: GeneXus 17

Process Modeling with BPM Suite course

Modeling time patterns

Many processes require the representation of time-related situations such as waiting times, delays, expiration dates or deadlines for their activities.To model these situations, Timer events are used; also, the type of pattern that we will use to model a situation will depend on the type of situation to be represented.



Welcome to the distance course on Process Modeling with GeneXus BPM Suite!
In these videos, you will learn how to represent a company's business processes in order to analyze, run and improve them.
To carry out this activity, we will use BPMN 2.0 (Business Process Modeling Notation), a standard that provides symbols and rules that allow us to graphically represent a business process.
The processes will be modeled with GeneXus Business Process Modeler (GXBPM), a stand-alone tool that is included in the GeneXus Business Process Management suite and can be downloaded from here.  
The duration of each video is listed here.
For your convenience, the corresponding scripts are available on the pages of the videos.
We hope you make the most of these training sessions!
If you're attending this course in classroom mode, you can download the PowerPoint slides shown by the instructor in class from this link.

More information

To provide an introduction to business process graphic modeling based on the BPMN standard, using the modeling tools included in the GeneXus BPM Suite.

Designed for:
Process analysts, business analysts, functional analysts, systems analysts, engineers, heads of IT, application developers, and anyone interested in business process modeling and analysis with workflow technologies. 
Course requirements:
Modes: You can choose between the classroom or self-study course:
  • Classroom
    • Theory/Practice lessons last 9 hours, with approximately 3 hours of theory and 6 hours of practice.
  • Self-study
  • Process modeling
  • Introduction to BPMN
  • Activities
  • Sequence connectors
  • Gateways
  • Tasks
  • Embedded and reusable sub-processes
  • Loops
  • Events
  • Artifacts
  • Path branching and merging
  • Multiple activities
  • Time patterns
  • Signals
  • Transactional sub-processes