About Me

BPM Practitioner

I help organizations deliver process automation projects using BPM, rules and integration platforms. I have been in the process automation space for over 12 years now and have delivered more than 25 end to end projects using different platforms.

Delivery Manager

I have extensive experience of developing teams from the ground up, setting up the center of expertise (CoE) and defining end to end delivery methodologies. I have managed a large portfolio of projects, and teams distributed across multiple geographies. I am well versed in agile, iterative and waterfall methodologies.


I love exploring new technologies and writing about them. Writing about an idea helps me make sense of it and in the process hopefully helps others understand it as well. This very reason led me to publish my first book "Building Arduino Projects for the Internet of Things". I share my thoughts on various technology trends at AdeelJaved.com.


Latest Posts

Adeel Javed - Digital Business Platform

6 Key Components Of A Digital Business Platform (DBP)

Organizations need to have Digital Business Platform (DBP) in their toolbox if they not only want to survive but thrive in this fast-paced and disruptive digital world. The 6 key components of DBP allow organizations to achieve their digital transformation goals.

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Adeel Javed - How To Make BPMS And RPA Work Together

How To Make BPMS And RPA Work Together

RPA compliments BPMS very nicely, it can actually increase adoption of BPMS, and vice versa. In this article, I explore two different approaches that can be used to make a BPMS and an RPA tool work together in harmony.

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Adeel Javed - Why Use Low Code Application Development Platform

Why Use Low-Code Application Development Platforms?

In this article, I am going to try to sift through all the noise about low-code platforms and show you why I think organizations should consider low-code platforms for their development needs. We are not going to look at any particular platform, instead we are going to run a simulation of sorts. We are going to take a set of requirements for a simple application, and then find out what type of effort would be required to implement, test and maintain the application using COTS, Custom Application Development and Low-Code Application Development methodologies.

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