We've moved our system on leaps and bounds in this chapter and we're edging closer to having a system that is ready for live. We have put the jBPM system on a server, so our proof-of-concept testers can bash their test data into it and give us feedback on what they think. We have taken that feedback, sorted it into stuff that must be done now, and stuff that can be done later; and we've started making some of the changes we can do now.
We have allowed managers to prioritize tasks by design and on the fly. Most complicated of all, we have shown how our system can be integrated with other applications, both in house and external. We've done such a good job that our sponsor has happily signed off our proof-of-concept system.
We have now achieved our proof of concept and we're ready to move to full scale user acceptance testing and real implementation. This is what we'll do in the next chapter.