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What does BPF stand for?

BPF stands for Business Process Flow

This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Business, finance, etc.

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The release adds: * Expansion of product configuration, which includes support for a broad range of insurance products * Improved workflow and task management, including adaptive case management * Increased real-time business monitoring and metrics * Continued improvement of user interface Also in the release are pre-built integration adapters for enterprise systems, providing ways to manage business process flows (for example, merging customer service, workflow, and human resources components into a cohesive department management dashboard).
It will also provide rapid, off-the-shelf, predefined business process flows, ready-made project life cycle components, templates, and utilities for airline industry customers.
The components should include: * a service manager that configures and runs various adapters, which in tuna create services; * a service transformation engine that generates rules-based transformation tools to handle both XML and nonXML data formats (such asACORD and HIPAA); * a service designer that creates business process flows and allows users to create their own new services from existing services; * a graphical adapter toolkit that allows users to access and browse metadata in existing applications and enables re-use for new applications and services; and * application programming interfaces that enable application developers to deploy various services and adapters.
MOVING FORWARD Technology will continue to play a big roll in SOX compliance and solutions will evolve into an approach that uses collaborative-based platforms that combine business process flows with a portal-based scorecard/benchmarking analysis as they relate to compliance and business performance.