Analysis for AMX BPM 

Course Length:
5 days        


Course Prerequisites: None



Entry-level Business Analysts,

Entry-level Process Analysts 

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This course will introduce analysts to the basics of developing business process models and decomposing business processes from value stream to workflow,  including the core techniques used to model and analyse processes. Not to mention supporting requirements to ensure the business requirements translate effectively into user stories.  Analysts will be also introduced to existing competencies within the AMX BPM environment. All these concepts are embedded in many hands-on exercises.


  • The power of questions

  • Business Process Management: An introduction to process thinking

  • Business Process Management: Process Modelling using BPMN

  • Process-Analysis

  • Various tools and techniques to define BPM Requirements, through process decomposition, process flows, empathy maps, scenario mapping, story-writing, personas, and user stories

  • Defining supporting process information

  • The importance of data

  • Modeling data

  • Understanding all AMX Project Artifacts, Business Object Models & Business Services

  • Introduction to TIBCO Product Capabilities


If the business analysts do not understand the power of BPM or the available technology within the organisation, then they will never be able to realise it’s full value.  This training course will not only provide analysts with theory but also provide them with hands-on knowledge to model processes, define process requirements and user stories and an understanding of existing capabilities of AMX that can be leveraged. 

Training at Procentrica Training Academy redefines the way that business analysts learn about requirements, methods, and tools. Our approach goes beyond traditional lectures, providing the most effective methods for helping people learn.


We follow a game-based approach as an extraordinary learning tool, class participants stay engaged, learn more, and as a result, immediately start using their new skills after training.