A. 1. Process Owner 2. Business subject matter experts 3. BPMS Lead Developer 4. Client's IT representative B. 1. Project Manager 2. Business subject matter experts 3. BPMS Lead Developer 4. Client's IT representative C. 1. Process Owner 2. Business subject matter experts 3. BPMS Lead Developer 4. Project Manager D. 1. Process Owner 2. Quality Assurance 3. BPMS Lead Developer 4. Client's IT representative Answer: A QUESTION: 46 A BPM analyst needs to define user stories for development. What information does the BPM analyst need to know about user stories? User stories: A. contain all required implementation details needed by developers. B. focus on what is required and not on how the requirements are met. C. support waterfall development and are completely defined before development begins. D. with less business value must not be defined since they are not going to be developed. Answer: B QUESTION: 47 A BPM analyst has built the following process diagram during a process discovery workshop. 34
Each activity noted above will have a separate Coach displayed in IBM Business Process Manager V8.0. How would the BPM analyst adjust the diagram to capture this requirement while adhering to best practices for proper process modeling granularity? A. Combine the Developer's 3 activities into a sub-process. B. Add a separate swimlane for each activity in the Developer swimlane. C. Add a separate milestones for each activity in the Developer swimlane. D. Color each activity with a different color to indicate separate Coaches. Answer: A QUESTION: 48 A cable company is improving a process in their call center for requesting cable service. The new process will run in IBM Business Process Manager V8.0. The call center supervisor would like to know how long it takes the customer service
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