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Students and Faculty Members – We’re offering you a chance to take part in an webMethods BPM for Developers training seminar in Darmstadt, which normally cost 3,375.00 EUR completely free of charge!

The following workshops are currently available:

  • webMethods BPM for Developers – June 20th to June 24th, 2016 – Worth 3,375.00 EUR  - Short notice! Please apply ASAP – 1 seat – Darmstadt

As a student or faculty member of the ARIS Community, you get the chance to attend this course completely free. The training will be in German.

Do not waste any more time! 


Just write us an email with your first name, last name, contact details, university and the workshop you would like to attend. Please send us the email using your university email-address or attach your enrollment certificate. We will limit the choice to one training per person. sends e-mail)


Course Information:

webMethods BPM for Developers

This course introduces webMethods BPMS within the Software AG webMethods suite. Participants learn through hands-on exercises how to either to enhance an imported logical business process model or to implement a technical business process model from scratch. The process model will be enhanced in Designer by adding underlying invoked services and business rules. Moreover, the students will implement automated business processes that require User Task execution. Deployed processes will be tested and executed. Their execution will be monitored using My webMethods and Business Console. Additionally, the class covers more advanced topics such as Quality of Service settings, Task User Interface development, and starting processes from various sources. At the end of this course, students will be able to model, execute, debug, and monitor business processes across the extended enterprise. This course is an intensive workshop; the core of the course is a set of representative example business cases that illustrate the features of webMethods BPMS. Exercises are designed to prepare students for self-sufficiency.

Please note that the hands-on exercises will be delivered on webMethods 9.8


Yours Sincerely,

University Relations Team

From Students for Students