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Oracle Primavera Special Interest

Group
www.PrimaveraSIG.com

Primavera Highlights During COLLABORATE


Primavera Key Note: Making the Most of Your Oracle Primavera Investment
Dick Faris, Primavera Co-Founder & Oracle Senior Vice President Tues 9:15 am Room
102B
Overview and Roadmap of Primavera Contract Management Mon 2:30pm Room
101B
Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Roadmap Tues 10:30am Room
102B
Oracle Primavera Executive Q&A Session Weds 4:00pm
Room 102B
OPSIG Welcome and Membership Meeting Weds 5:00pm
Room 102B

OPSIG Kiosk Booth #230 meet the OPSIG Board and join. Membership is FREE!
Oracle Primavera One-On-One Support Clinic. Sign up at the Primavera Pavilion to schedule
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Using BPM to Automate Project Workflows with Primavera


Brian Saldutti, Oracle Primavera Product Strategy
Jamie Straub, Oracle Primavera Sales Consulting
The following is intended to outline our general product
direction. It is intended for information purposes only,
and may not be incorporated into any contract. It is
not a commitment to deliver any material, code, or
functionality, and should not be relied upon in making
purchasing decisions.
The development, release, and timing of any features
or functionality described for Oracles products remains
at the sole discretion of Oracle.

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Agenda

Introduction <Insert Picture Here>

Integration of BPM & PPM

Real world applications

Demonstration examples

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Executive Priority
Improve business processes

Source: Leading in Times of Transition: The 2010 CIO Agenda, Gartner, January 2010

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Introducing the Best in Process Automation
Integration of P6 with Oracle BPM Suite

Services Oriented Architecture (SOA)


Event-enabled
Expanded Web Services in P6 r8
BPM Foundation Integration to Oracle Unified BPM 11g
Complete, graphical workflow
Forms
Mobility
BPM Suite 11g Enables end-to-end business process
integration
Process participants can perform all actions
from within P6
Launch. Act Upon. Monitor

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Proven and Trusted BPM Capabilities
Camico mutual insurance company reduced policy
issuance time by 90%
JP MorganChase automated risk management
decreasing processing time by 79%

USMEPCOM Field recruitment queries reduced from


up to 3 days to under 30 seconds
Costco improved relationships with key vendors
with exact status of any invoice

Intercall increased competitive differentiation trough


agile process foundation
Comcast can now provide new services in weeks
instead of months

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
The new face of Primavera isanything you want it to be.

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Standards-based (BPMN/BPEL) orchestration within unified IDE

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Conditional business rules that scale from simple to complex

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Adapt to complicated processes without complex rules

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Business user configurations without requiring developer skills

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Capture and reuse best practices in business catalog

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Full process participation from within P6

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New Workflow Capabilities for Primavera
Analyze processes for continuous improvement

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PPM Business Process Automation
Notification and exception handling

If a new activity has been added


If project status changes
If project code value changes
If certain metrics value changes by more than x%
If project baseline has been changed
If a resource on resource team XYZ should become over
allocated
If activity feedback is added
If a key milestones target date is within X weeks

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PPM Business Process Automation
Streamlining and extending P6-specific processes

Request and grant P6 user access


Staff resources for project assignments
Perform tollgate milestone review
Escalate issue to management
Release risk contingency
Accept scope change for schedule re-baseline
Collect tentative progress updates from field
Closeout and archive completed project
Initiate new project proposal

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PPM Business Process Automation
Real-world processes span applications

End-to-end Business Process

Customer
Relationship Sales and Project Inventory &
Management Marketing Planning Manufacturing Logistics Finance & HR

SFA Prodict PPM SCM producti DB LMS B2B


CRM ERP
nfo.
Inv
ERP. MES
MGMT

Enterprise Infrastructure

BPM models, simulates, executes, manages, monitors, &


optimizes those Business Processes.

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PPM Business Process Automation
Real-world processes span applications

Procurement
Supply chain application triggers workflow when delivery date slips and
should be reflected within P6 schedule.
IT Service Management
Critical IT incident captured within help desk application spawns new
P6 project activities and resource assignments.
Asset Management
Equipment failure noted within work order system suggests re-
prioritization of schedule sequence within P6.
Human Resources
Newly hired project lead granted access to P6 by completing on-
boarding process guide.

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Example
Project Initiation Business Processes

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01 - Submit Proposal

Daniel Decker, a business user, submits proposal.


01 - Submit Proposal

Step 3
01 - Submit Proposal

Step 4
01 - Submit Proposal

Step 9
01 - Submit Proposal

Step 11
01 - Submit Proposal

Step 13
02 - Project Office Review

Emilia Edwards, a PMO user, reviews proposal.


02 - Project Office Review

Step 4
02 - Project Office Review

Step 5
02 - Project Office Review

Step 13
Tracking Processes in My Workflows

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03 - Capacity Analysis

Gilma Green, a resource manager user, considers capacity.


03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 2
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 3
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 4
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 16
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 18
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 28
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 12
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 31
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 32
03 - Capacity Analysis

Step 34
04 - Portfolio Executive Review

Hector Hopkins, an executive user, authorizes project.


04 - Portfolio Executive Review

Step 2
04 - Portfolio Executive Review

Step 10
04 - Portfolio Executive Review

Step 14
04 - Portfolio Executive Review

Step 15
04 - Portfolio Executive Review

Step 17
05 - Project Manager Notification

Aletta Adams, a PM, accepts new project assignment.


05 - Project Manager Notification

Step 3
05 - Project Manager Notification

Step 4
05 - Project Manager Notification

Step 6
05 - Project Manager Notification

Step 7
05 - Project Manager Notification

Step 9
05 - Project Manager Notification

Step 14
Example
Milestone Review

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Summary

Define & refine PPM business processes


Simplify cumbersome work
Reduce complexity
Remove adoption barriers to include entire project team
Standards-based, not proprietary
Regulatory compliance
Govern the way projects are proposed, prioritized, and
delivered

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Oracle Primavera Special Interest
Group
www.PrimaveraSIG.com

Primavera Highlights During COLLABORATE


Primavera Key Note: Making the Most of Your Oracle Primavera Investment
Dick Faris, Primavera Co-Founder & Oracle Senior Vice President Tues 9:15 am Room
102B
Overview and Roadmap of Primavera Contract Management Mon 2:30pm Room
101B
Oracle Primavera Enterprise Project Portfolio Management Roadmap Tues 10:30am Room
102B
Oracle Primavera Executive Q&A Session Weds 4:00pm
Room 102B
OPSIG Welcome and Membership Meeting Weds 5:00pm
Room 102B

OPSIG Kiosk Booth #230 meet the OPSIG Board and join. Membership is FREE!
Oracle Primavera One-On-One Support Clinic. Sign up at the Primavera Pavilion to schedule