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Blockchains for Business Process Management - Challenges and Opportunities

Abstract

Blockchain technology promises a sizable potential for executing inter-organizational business processes without requiring a central party serving as a single point of trust (and failure). This paper analyzes its impact on business process management (BPM). We structure the discussion using two BPM frameworks, namely the six BPM core capabilities and the BPM lifecycle. This paper provides research directions for investigating the application of blockchain technology to BPM.

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Authors
  • Jan Mendling
  • Ingo Weber
  • W.M.P. van der Aalst
  • Jan vom Brocke
  • Christina Cabanillas
  • Florian Daniel
  • Soren Debois
  • Claudio Di Ciccio
  • Marlon Dumas
  • Schahram Dustdar
  • Avigdor Gal
  • Luciano Garcïa-Bañuelos
  • Guido Governatori
  • Richard Hull
  • Marcello La Rosa
  • Henrik Leopold
  • Frank Leymann
  • Jan Recker
  • Manfred Reichert
  • Hajo Reijers
  • Stefanie Rinderle-Ma
  • Andreas Rogge-Solti
  • Michael Rosemann
  • Stefan Schulte
  • Munindar Singh
  • Tijs Slaats
  • Mark Staples
  • Barbara Weber
  • Matthias Weidlich
  • Mathias Weske
  • Xiwei Xu
  • Liming Zhu
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Citation
Category
Technical Report (Technical Report)
Divisions
Workflow Systems and Technology
Date
12 April 2017
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