A lot has been written about Business
Process Management (BPM) over the last few years, saying what
it is and what it is not. Ultimately, successful
implementation will make your company more profitable.
Can BPM make you more profitable?
If implemented correctly, yes; starting with the right
Business process analysis, the right BPM engine, the right
human interaction and the right integration to suit your
Whether you are implementing BPM to
remain competitive, cope with change, respond to regulatory
pressures or just want to improve the bottom line, with the
right help, BPM can
|What the analysts say ...
"... a blending of Process Management / Workflow with
application integration technology ... to support rich human
interaction and deep application connectivity”
- David McCoy, Gartner Group, March
“The BPM category may arguably provide the greatest return on
investment compared to any other category available on the
market today ….”
Everything we do in life uses a process to achieve the end
goal. The more efficiently we complete the process and the
more consistent we are in executing it, the slicker we become
at achieving the goal.
In business the quicker, the better, the cheaper and the more efficiently
you achieve your goals, the more profitable you will be. Well
implemented BPM enables this.