The Management of Law Firms Using Business Process Management, Document Management and Web Services Integration
Keywords:Business Process Management, Electronic Archiving, Web Services, Business Process Execution Language, Document Management System, Service Oriented Architecture
AbstractThe aim of this paper is to present the technical solution implemented in the present context for the management of law firms. The informational system consists of the automation of business processes using a BPM engine and electronic archiving using a DMS. The communication between the two modules is made by invoking web services. The whole system integrates modules like: project management, contract management, invoice management, collection, CRM, reporting.
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