The Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property has its headquarters in Bern. It is the federal agency for matters concerning intellectual property in Switzerland. It was founded in 1888. It received its present status as an organization incorporated under public law on 1 January 1996. Its primary task is to be the point of contact for customers regarding industrial protective rights (trademarks, patents and designs) in Switzerland and, to some extent, for corresponding international applications. It examines the Swiss national filing applications and grants industrial property rights and administers them.
Camunda BPM at Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property
A case study on the use of BPM for business driven development
This case study describes the individual project steps during the introduction of Camunda BPM at the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property.
Since 2014, the IPI is using the platform to run their core processes in the area of intellectual property rights management.
The whitepaper mainly explains
- The original problem
- Evaluation and selection of an appropriate BPM platform
- Technical and operational challenges during the introduction of Camunda BPM
- Results with Camunda BPM Download