Monday, September 22, 2008

NVISH SaaS Solutions

Software as a Service (SaaS) by NVISH means allocating software through the Internet. It is gradually more accepted for its ability to ease deployment and lessen customer acquirement costs; it also permits developers to sustain numerous customers with a sole version of a product. In NVISH, SaaS is also frequently related with a "pay as you move" contribution licensing model.

SaaS refers to offering software solutions, all the way through a service model. NVISH although presently sold software in package form, increasing service replicas like the Internet or web hosting goes on to sustain service applications. Hosting by third party has survived for pretty some time, linking from distant ends at lesser costs to offer software service. Development and management of software by hosting companies is related to the outsourcing conception of application service provider.

SaaS gyrates around the Internet’s potential to provide software competences. Away from expedient usage, it allows for prorated payment or monthly payment. Additionally, usage charge can be recovered through ad revenue, dropping the fee and management price for customers. The exclusive SaaS revolutionized the approach by which the software market functions. NVISH thought of licensing off-line software service packages, as the typical working model license to enhance sales can be connected with the Internet, incorporating on/off-line businesses and building SaaS the novel decisive point in software industry.

NVISH SaaS conversion Services assist companies develop an even transition to a SaaS platform through amalgamation of development, operational services and consulting.

SAAS technology and models provided by NVISH develops more proficient IT environments by analyzing that service providers can offer cost-effective and more consistent applications based on companies’ precise requirements. For example, since SAAS are generally designed as Web applications for web organizations, they are predominantly advanced in comparison to Internet application issues such as asynchronous JavaScript and XML (AJAX), service-oriented architecture (SOA), and mashups.

NVISH incorporates these essential in SAAS design. Nominal infrastructure and software outlays for SAAS permit companies to endeavor new applications with least risk, offering dexterity in the execution of application management solutions. Some of the gains of SAAS solutions consist of economical cost entry because clients pay through subscription for the use of application as needed rather than possess the delivery systems and software themselves.

SaaS solutions offered by NVISH with the support of its fellow partners and R&D personnel will promptly pierce the market and expand quickly, developing an open platform and architecture, which is based on the software requirement and price range of every user and permits customers to practice trial use. These characteristics are exemplary to Web 2.0. Together with the creation of trend and Web headed for a Web 2.0 model established on open source platform, SaaS revolutionizes the approach software businesses run.

NVISH provide one of the foremost deployment and development platforms for building SaaS business applications. Known the expansion and flexibility of this market, all kinds of IT service providers are looking to grab the chance, including several "expert" Internet Service Vendors, whose upright domain proficiency endow them to willingly converse to the SaaS model. NVISH mainly focus on the methodologies that assist the growth of a new generation of extremely specialized applications by building a SaaS framework, purposely designed to depict definite business processes for execution within and between organizations/applications.

NVISH SOA Solutions

Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) provided by NVISH, is an industry-centric IT structural approach that sustains incorporating your business as associated, repeatable business assignments, or services. With the straight forward SOA approach, you can find importance at every stage of the SOA range, from company departmental projects to enterprise-wide initiatives.

Our goal behind using SOA is to offer a world wide network of pool resources and services that are published and accessible for incantation on the Service Bus. For NVISH adopting SOA is vital to deliver the business dexterity and IT flexibility assured by Web Services. These gains can be achieved not by just analyzing service architecture from a technology viewpoint and the acceptance of Web Service protocols, but needs the foundation of a Service Oriented Environment which is based on the following key features:
  • Service is the vital conception. Web Services are the combination of procedures by which Services can be discovered, published and used in a technology standard, neutral form.
  • SOA is not merely structural design of services seen from a technology perception, but the practices, policies, and frameworks by which we make sure that the precise services are offered and consumed.
  • With SOA it is significant to execute processes that make certain that there are not less than two separate and different processes—for consumer and provider.
  • Rather than leaving on developers to find out entity services and put them into framework, the Business Service Bus is a starting point that directs them to a consistent set that has been accumulated for their field.
Using Service Oriented Architecture NVISH provides a swifter and broad way to amalgamate business processes and information systems than more conventional assimilation approaches. Companies require to re-skill their employees, though, in order to gain benefit from this new methodology.

NVISH SOA information-transfer commitments envelop a wide range of work roles, including Business Analysis, Developers, Architects, and different levels of methodological and business management. Moreover, Web Age’s SOA program deals with all of the emerging and core SOA principles, including: UDDI, SOAP, BPEL, WS-Policy, SCA, WS-Security, WSDL, and SDO.

At NVISH we understand that what it acquires to be victorious with SOA. More prominently, we know the adoption stages and learning process related with SOA. This has determined us to build a full assortment of mentoring services and SOA training from solitary courses, to complete learning paths, to unified training and guiding engagements. We want to be your SOA partner to guarantee your achievement in anything you may require.

NVISH takes back-to-back lifecycle approach to describe and implement SOA solutions that convene your specific requirements – and progress as those call for alteration. Relatively take a direct approach, NVISH work to evidently realize your needs and then establish the finest possible approach and values-based solution to incorporate into your accessible assorted environment. Regardless of your accessible infrastructure environment and application, we can assist planner, merge, amalgamate, and progress it based on SOA. With the amplified dexterity SOA offers, you can discover means to ally IT possessions in support of your industry objectives more effortlessly and at low price.

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Wednesday, June 6, 2007

BPM Software

Nvish is the leader and pioneer in Business Process Management (BPM) software and services. We are dedicated to helping people at various levels unlock the process potential in their organization. After all, HOW you do business is as important as WHAT you do – and if your people can do it better, faster and less expensively than your competition, you win. With Nvish, collaboration becomes the foundation of innovation for your business.

At Nvish, business process improvement drives innovation. How can we help you compete and win today?

BPM Software is software that enables modeling, integrating, monitoring, and optimizing business process flows of all sizes, crossing any application, company boundary, or human interaction

Nvish through BPM Software help organizations understand through expanded views that would not otherwise be available to organize and present. These views include the relationships of processes to each other which, when included in the process model, provide for advanced reporting and analysis that would not otherwise be available.
Nvish value BPM software not in automating very simple or very complex tasks, but in modeling processes where there is the most opportunity.

In commercial BPM software market Nvish has focused on graphical process model development, rather than text-language based process models, as a means to reduce the complexity of model development. Visual programming using graphical metaphors has increased productivity in a number of areas of computing and is well accepted by users.

In Nvish BPM software products are developed by the Software division. The Nvish Software division sells products that are broadly grouped into operating systems, middleware, and software tools. The middleware products address a large range of infrastructure needs, including information management, application and transaction infrastructure, business integration, portal, business system management, and security. The Software division also develops and sells software tools that enable companies to create and manage their own applications. In addition, it sells software products that companies can use to monitor their business performance and facilitate management decision-making.

Business process management software solutions – often called "suites" – are one of the hottest areas in business process management (BPM).

At the moment, about two dozen companies offer business process management suites, which feature a jumble of tools, templates and frameworks. The arena is complicated as more and more vendors enter this growing marketplace. Nvish Business process management suites will add new features and new capabilities.

Companies now need to install business process management solutions to stay ahead of the competition. So, how does a company sort all this out?
First, it is important for the company to know the basics of a business process management suite. This includes:

• The difference between a workflow solution and a suite.
• What a suite does.
• The key elements of a suite.

Second, it is also important to develop an approach for choosing the business process management suite that will best fit the company's needs.
Through Nvish by acquiring BPM Software, your company may gain unprecedented control over the management of your business processes.
Business Process Management Software- enables companies to model, deploy and manage mission-critical business processes, which span multiple enterprise applications, corporate departments. BPM Software is usually used for lesser mature processes to make them Repeatable & Reliable.

BPM Software must meet three mandatory requirements:

• extreme flexibility
• reliability
• security

All these requirements are fulfilled by Nvish through its BPM Software. Not only this the benefits an organization gain through BPM Software by Nvish are

• Adaptability and Speed: The BPM Software is your primary business velocity engine.
• Control and Manageability: The BPM Software enables business process measure men.

Nvish BPM Software implementation services enable your business to establish required infrastructure, including process governance, process methodology, and measurements, prior to undertaking a BPM Software implementation project. Once the infrastructure is built, Nvish performs the business process engineering and modeling steps required to establish the scope of the automation. Continuing to utilize Nvish BPM methodology, a solution analysis is performed to determine functional components such as web services, legacy functions, and newly developed or acquired services, business rule exposure and workflow automation. Throughout implementation, testing and deployment, Nvish works to ensure that our clients understand how to operate, analyze and optimize processes through the use of the BPM Software.

BPM software is not a stack of standards-based components from best-of-breed providers. It is a unified set of tools and runtime components, typically from a single vendor, like Nvish architected to streamline the entire business process lifecycle - from modeling and analysis, to executable process design, to running and tracking the process, to optimizing process performance in real time. BPM software is more than a workflow engine and design tool. It supports application integration, business rule management, business-level modeling and simulation analysis, design of user-friendly forms and Web applications to perform process tasks, and dashboards to process metrics. Nvish BPM Software offerings are adding support for enterprise content management and team collaboration, advanced task management, and a design environment shared by business analysts and IT process designers.

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

BPM Workflow

At the end of the day, BPM and workflow are about precisely the same thing: optimizing business performance. As a result, the distinction between them should now be viewed as being largely immaterial, and the emphasis should be placed instead on how they can best be orchestrated. Vendors that position and explain themselves this way – as Ultimate is well on the way to doing – should grow quickly even in this uncertain market economy. But more important, customers who adopt this perspective should be able to quickly cut through the hype and get on with enabling their businesses. And after all, isn’t that the entire point?

The real power of BPM and workflow can be unleashed only when their implementation objectives are integrally linked to issues of corporate strategy and competitive advantage. Otherwise, as the expression goes, the result too easily may be only that “we’re lost, but we’re making great time!” In addition, obtaining maximum value from BPM and Workflow means deploying them with reasonable levels of investment in time and money, and with little or no disruption of work.

Business Process Management(BPM) is a field of knowledge at the intersection between Management and Information Technology , encompassing methods, techniques and tools to design, enact, control and analyze operational (business processes involving humans, organizations, applications , documents and other sources of information. The term ‘operational business processes’ refers to repetitive business processes performed by organization in the context of their day to day operations, as opposed to strategic decision making processes which are performed by the top level management of an organization. BPM differs from Business process reengineering, a management approach poplar in the 1990’s in that it does not aim at the one off revolutionary changes to business processes but at their continuous evolution. In addition, BPM usually combines management methods with information technology.

BPM covers activities performed by organizations to manage and, if necessary, to improve their business processes. While such a goal is hardly new, software tools called business process management systems (BPM systems) have made such activities faster and cheaper. BPM systems monitor the execution of the business processes so that managers can analyze and change processes in response to data, rather than just a hunch.

Workflow at its simplest is the movement of documents and/or tasks through a work process. More specifically, workflow is the operational aspect of a work procedure: how tasks are structured, who performs them, what their relative order is, how they are synchronized, how information flows to support the tasks (workflow) and how tasks are being tracked. As the dimension of time is considered in workflow, workflow considers "throughput" as a distinct measure. Workflow problems can be modeled and analyzed using graph-based formalisms like Petri nets.While the concept of workflow is not specific to information technology, support for workflow is an integral part of document management and imaging software.

Distinction can be made between "scientific" and "business" workflow paradigms. While the former is mostly concerned with throughput of data through various algorithms, applications and services, the latter concentrates on scheduling task executions, including dependencies which are not necessarily data-driven and may include human agents.Scientific workflows found wide acceptance in the fields of bioinformatics and cheminformatics in the early 2000s, where they successfully met the need for multiple interconnected tools, handling of multiple data formats and large data quantities. Also, the paradigm of scientific workflows was close to the well-established tradition of Perl scripting in life-science research organizations, so this adoption represented a natural step forward towards a more structured infrastructure setup.

Business workflows are more generic, being able to represent any structuring of tasks, and are equally applicable to task scheduling within a software application server and organizing a paper or electronic document trail within an organization. Their origins date back to the 1970s, when they were purely paper-based, and the principles from that period made the transition to modern IT infrastructure systems.

The key driver to gain benefit from the understanding of the workflow process in a business context is that the throughput of the work stream path is modeled in such a way as to evaluate the efficiency of the flow route through internal silos with a view to increasing discrete control of uniquely identified business attributes and rules and reducing potential low efficiency drivers. Evaluation of resources, both physical and human is essential to evaluate hand-off points and potential to create smoother transitions between tasks.

As a way of bridging the gap between the two, significant effort is being put into defining workflow patterns that can be used to compare and contrast different workflow engines across both of these domains.In general, workflow techniques are appropriate only for work in which human involvement is limited to key data entry and decision points. For innovative, adaptive, collaborative human work the techniques of Human Interaction Management are required.

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Wednesday, May 2, 2007


Workflow can be best understood as the movement of documents and/or tasks through a work process. It is the operational aspect of a work procedure and follows the following set criteria: how tasks are structured, who performs them, what their relative order is, how they are synchronized, how information flows to support the tasks and how tasks are being tracked. In other words workflow handling is based on a setup of a number of workflow descriptions. The descriptions can lead to either an information or activate an action. On each description it can be set up where in the process they should be active, e.g. in the item arrival, finishing a production order, delivering a sales order, etc.

While the concept of workflow is not specific to information technology, support for workflow is an integral part of document management and imaging software.A workflow description can be added to a number of employees, groups of employees or departments, that should be either informed or should perform an action in a given sequence.

workflow is an active function, whether routing a message from one designated person to another, or a complicated, multi-part, multi-person application with conditional steps, parallel or subordinate activities and different documents or information sources.

Workflow systems help to standardize how we process jobs. When we rely on key individuals, we are depending on them to remember what they did last time to solve a problem, or how to most efficiently move a job through production. Most of our institutional memory is tied up in these key people, and all too often amnesia strikes at inopportune moments. Standardizing processes removes many of the variables in production.

Unfortunately, many of us fail to standardize how we process jobs once they get into our shops. Workflow standardization requires a set of protocols or procedures that happen to every job, and a workflow system can introduce standards into your entire workflow.

Standards extend beyond just the abstract or routine processes, they can go into every sub process and their further sub processes to give complete control and standardization. A workflow system interface alone can help standardize job entry by providing drop-down menus for common entries on job tickets.

Underlying all workflow systems are two central ideas: decision making and routing.

First, the workflow system should be able to make decisions about a job and act based on either the job files themselves or on the intended use of the job files. In all cases, preflight is part of this process and leads either to reporting, automatic corrections or both.

Second, a workflow system should be able to route job files to one or more destinations.

Of course, most organizations need invoice, and most workflow systems make it easy to account for all of the steps in a job. Many include interaction with an existing management information system (MIS) for job tracking and billing, and several include MIS as a feature. Many include Web-based job management, which allows people from anywhere in the plant to check on and manipulate a job.

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Friday, April 27, 2007


Off lately we have been incessantly been hearing of BPM. What exactly is this? How has it managed to revolutionize the work culture? Let’s first understand the terminology of this word in simple words. Business process management (BPM) is a business-driven initiative. It is a field of knowledge at the intersection between Management and Information technology, encompassing methods, techniques and tools to design, enact, control, and analyze operational business processes involving humans, organizations, applications, documents and other sources of information. Business process management is a systematic approach to improving an organization's business processes. BPM activities seek to make business processes more effective, more efficient, and more capable of adapting to an ever-changing environment. BPM is a subset of infrastructure management, the administrative area of concern dealing with maintenance and optimization of an organization's equipment and core operations.

A business process is a set of coordinated tasks and activities, conducted by both people and equipment, which will lead to accomplishing a specific organizational goal. The Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI, a non-profit organization, exists to promote the standardization of common business processes, as a means of furthering e-business and business-to-business (B2B) development.

Process management is comprised of end-to-end documentation, improvement (from radical to continuous), and management of organizational processes. Decisions are data-driven and based on customer satisfaction metrics, quality, timeliness, and cost. The responsibility of monitoring process performance and facilitating process changes belongs to a process advisor or manager.

The concept behind BPM is to help organizations automate and optimize their business processes and performance. BPM products provide process modeling tools and key performance indicators to monitor and measure against operational targets. BPM encompasses both system and human workflows and BPM as a product market has been around since the 1990s.

BPM in general is the idea that we can model a business in terms of its processes and then represent them in a way that computers can understand and process.

Ultimately, BPM is about empowering business users to make changes based on business requirements.

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NVISH Solutions

NVISH Solutions Private Limited is ISO 9001:2000 certified, one of the fastest growing USA based software Development Company in India. NVISH has been set up with the clear perception of creating a world-class software development enterprise to deliver innovative, high quality, cost effective software solutions in enterprise systems domains.

NVISH Solutions was founded by experienced IT professionals to develop innovative productivity software for the Indian and Overseas market. We specialize in the implementation of highly scalable efficient and reliable enterprise solutions for fortune 500 customers. Our services include software research and development, maintenance, re-engineering, and software testing and technical documentation. Our core competency lies in the development and maintenance of distributed and enterprise-wide robust applications using the latest technologies. Our vast portfolio of projects covers extensive work in the Internet and Intranet technologies, mission-critical web and enterprise n-tier applications, and systems programming.

NVISH Solutions made a conscious attempt to incorporate a unique assortment of the best attributes found in both large and small organizations. We have the talent, infrastructure and processes at par with the professional companies of reckonable size. However, what we don't have is the redundancy - that massive marketing and management fat, which is generally associated with a bulky organization. Instead, we have retained a lean business model with a very personalized touch that is typical of a small, privately-held company.

We generate solutions that provide a fusion of business practices and technology strategies. Our approach focuses on implementing seamless solutions for the business needs of our customers.

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