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Videos

Here are some BPM Savvion Videos which could be useful for the community.

ProcessMaker - Working with Steps And Groups
This tutorial demostrates how to assign Steps and Groups to Tasks.
Using Grid Dynaforms in ProcessMaker
ProcessMaker Grid Dynaform is a tool to gather information that is best arranged in rows and columns. This vedio explains the...
Adding Web Service Connectors in RunMyProcess
This series of tutorial videos shows how to use the RunMyProcess Workflow Builder platform. The videos guide you step-by-step...
ProcessMaker Dynaforms - Walkthrough
Dynaforms are ProcessMaker version of web forms.These forms are user input interfaces of ProcessMaker. This video will...
Creating a new project in RunMyProcess
This series of tutorial videos shows how to use the RunMyProcess Workflow Builder platform. The videos guide you step-by-step...
How to work with ProcessMaker Advanced Debugger
This video takes a look at the ProcessMaker advanced debugging tool which allows administrators to get an in depth analysis of...
BPMinAction Mini Demo by Bill Hahn
BPMinAction Mini Demo by Bill Hahn 14min (BlueworksLive.com + IBM BPM End2End)
Making Processmaker work with Openbravo
Watch how ProcessMaker Openbravo Integration added important workflow management functionality to Openbravo through Web Services.
Process Playback in BlueworksLive
This video will explain you how to define and step through a playback for a Process Blueprint in IBM Blueworks Live.
Signavio: BPMN Modeling and Process Collaboration on the iPad
Explore how business process modeling can be done through the iPad. Signavio is the first vendor to support multi touch gestures...
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