Interest in Business Process Management (BPM) has been growing at a tremendously rapid pace across enterprises of all kinds and sizes. However, many people still find BPM a mystery. At the end of the day, BPM is simply about automating and streamlining the manual processes that happen every day at work. Following a few simple best practices can go a long way toward improving your BPM implementation, both in terms of ease of deployment for the IT team and in terms of measurable benefits for the business.

BPM’s primary aim is to automate manual processes that consume employees’ valuable time and energy—time that is better be spent in other capacities. As simple as this may sound in theory, many organizations are baffled by how to properly deploy BPM. You can ask five different experts for their definition of BPM and receive five distinctly different answers.

To that end, it’s helpful to illustrate specific BPM use cases to give a better idea of how BPM works when successfully implemented.

Read the full article by Miguel Valdés-Faura:

How to successfully deploy BPM solutions



Miguel Valdés-Faura

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