With the Dynamic Condition Response (DCR) tool, you get a ‘GPS directory’ that guides your through the optimal work processes. Traditional BPM tools provide static directions in the same way as a printed route guide does on car trips. DCR works rather as a dynamic GPS directory, which is able to deviate from the planned route, and guide you via other paths to the goal.
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This network meeting will take place regarding Digitalization and workflow orientation with: expert presentations, case and experience exchanges. The meeting is about the new generation of ESDH systems and how these are well suited alternatives to large proportions of the current support towards government case work. The meeting will be facilitated by Thomas Hildebrandt, Head of the Process Intelligence, Modelling and Optimization Group Associate Professor of ITU and cooperating partner to DCR. The program consists of presentations by KMD WorkZone…Find out more »
The Application of Concurrency to System Design (ACSD) will 26th – 27th June be conducting an international conference about Process Mining, region theory and other synthesis techniques. The conference is included as part of the two events: the 38th International Conference on Application and Theory of Petri Nets and Concurrency, and the 17th International Conference on Application of Concurrency to System Design (PN 2017 and ACSD 2017), which will take place from 25th - 30th June 2017. In this context,…Find out more »
It is with great pleasure we can confirm, that Exformatics and ITU are going to take part in ManComp 2017. One of the key profiles in the DCR technology development Thomas Hildebrandt, Associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, will deliver a presentation about Dynamic Condition Response (DCR) at the conference. The presentation is based on the paper “Managing Complexity in Process Digitalisation with Dynamic Condition Response Graphsis” and points to two key problems in state-of-the art BPM technologies:…Find out more »
Exformatics and the IT University Of Copenhagen (ITU) will both be delivering a presentation regarding Dynamic Condition Response (DCR) at this year’s SummIT 2017 conference. The two presentations will take place from 10:00 – 11:30, and will be part of the first session under the title: The digitalization of the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from EU. TWO PRESENTATIONS REGARDING DCR Thomas Hildebrandt, Associate Professor at the IT University Of Copenhagen and one of the founders of the DCR…Find out more »
DCR is proud to be one of the sponsors at the BPM (Business Process Management) 2017 conference in Barcelona at the University of Politècnica de Catalunya. Morten Marquard, CEO at Exformatics and Thomas Hildebrandt, Associate professor at the IT University of Copenhagen, will represent DCR at the conference. They are both key profiles in the DCR technology development. The conference is the 15th conference in a series that provides the most prestigious forum for researchers and practitioners in the field…Find out more »
It is with great pleasure that we can announce, that the organizers of this year’s Impulse conference have among other things chosen to focus on the benefits of using the process tool Dynamic Condition Response (DCR) in a presentation by Thomas Hildebrandt, associated professor at the IT University of Copenhagen. Impulse 2017 – the courage to change Impulse 2017 is a conference organized by Formpipe, where the main focus will be on digitisation and innovation. The conference will…Find out more »
Exformatics, KMD and the IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) will be delivering presentations regarding DCR at the High Tech Summit 2017. High Tech Summit 2017 is a unique trade fair and conference that showcases the newest leading technologies, and will among other things explain how to start using and benefitting from these technologies such as Internet of Things, Smart Production and digitization. Three DCR presentations CEO at Exformatics Morten Marquard, will deliver a presentation with the title: “Disruptive BPM is the new…Find out more »
In continuation of the kickoff of the new research project, EcoKnow, InfinIT has arranged a seminar. The focus of the EcoKnow project and the seminar is better digital case work. We believe it s important that case workers get the control over the case management systems – and not the other way around! Therefore, it is necessary to develop more flexible IT-systems – the so-called new generation of configurable ECM-systems – to support dynamic and changeability, which is typically characterizing…Find out more »
KMD invites WorkZone customers and partners to this year’s ESDH-seminar: ConnectZone, where digital case work will be on the agenda. In continuation of the partnership KMD and Exformatics entered earlier this year, where Exformatics’ product DCR was integrated into KMD WorkZone solution, Exformatics is invited to deliver a presentation at this year’s costumer seminar. END-TO-END DIGITALIZATION Morten Marquard, CEO at Exformatics will deliver a presentation regarding DCR-Graphs, where he will demonstrate how to describe processes directly in the tool and how…Find out more »
On November 28, VIDA invites members to join a seminar focusing on the highly topical subject: Effective and digital case management The IT University of Copenhagen has in a cooperation with Exformatics developed the software technology, DCR. KMD has bought access to the technology and is now using the tool to optimize case management at KMD Workzone, which is used in 70 percent of the governments administrations. DCR and KMD Workzone Thomas Hildebrandt, associated professor at the IT University of Copenhagen…Find out more »