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Business Process Management

Global 360 enhances its persona-based business process management suite... Posted May 28, 2011

Information Manager from MetaVis Posted May 25, 2011

Dashboards for action tracking, project/case management Posted May 16, 2011

Acquires Springboard Research Posted May 16, 2011

Posted May 16, 2011

Business process transformation is hard work-involving many business skills and methodologies, like leadership, communications, business acumen and making the financial case. But at its heart, the road to transformation for the project team centers on finding the right balance of skills between understanding business needs, applying process disciplines and implementing technology... Posted May 01, 2011

Global 360 to enhance its persona-based BPM suite Posted April 27, 2011

Integrify introduces latest release Posted April 26, 2011

Adds cloud integration capabilities Posted April 26, 2011

Preview release integrates workflow and lightweight BPM Posted April 20, 2011

Posted April 01, 2011

Quest enhances Foglight Posted March 14, 2011

Active Endpoints introduces new product Posted March 09, 2011

Integrated solution for full life cycle process improvement Posted February 28, 2011

Emphasizing mobile, cloud and social Posted February 09, 2011

Adds BPM, BPA and EA to the stable Posted February 07, 2011

Posted February 01, 2011

Posted February 01, 2011

Posted February 01, 2011

Posted January 07, 2011

AvePoint releases DocAve V. 5.6 Posted January 05, 2011

Innovation. Collaboration. Mobility. Cloud. These are the hallmarks of next-generation business process solutions—and the business process management (BPM) software that will enable them. It is no longer sufficient to drive benefits at the edges; BPM must drive fundamental change and growth across the organization. Select involvement in process improvement will not radically transform a business; all employees at all levels (both on-site and in the field) must "be part of the process" in active collaboration. Finally, the cost and scalability benefits of BPM SaaS (software as a service) must be fully realized.

In short, business process management software must leverage the latest advances in social technologies and application delivery to increase an organization's tempo in responding to change and growing the business.

BPM today does some things very well. It automates repetitive processes to improve throughput and capacity. It increases efficiencies. . . .
Posted December 28, 2010

A business process is a series of connected events that begins with an input and ends with an output. Your business process management application uses roles, resources, business rules and more to achieve increases in process speed, efficiency and effectiveness. But these results alone may not be enough: Your customers also want consistency in the output; adaptability to changes; and always "faster, better, cheaper." To achieve maximum return to the business, don't settle for a "black box" process that is concerned only with inputs and outputs. To achieve consistency in performance, you need to establish standards that are continually measured and reported in a timely manner. Your process must be adaptable in both its execution and its design as requirements change. The process should build in and facilitate a capability for continuous improvement.

The key to achieving these additional goals is process visibility. If the process is visible, it can be measured. . . .
Posted December 28, 2010

It's inevitable that a discussion regarding business process management has to stumble over definitions. When I sit down to think about it, it's clear as glass that everybody, in some way, accomplishes BPM every day. Whether it's a formalized, codified set of practices, or just a random "that's how we've always done it" kind of thing, BPM is ingrained in every business process you can think of. Otherwise, chaos would reign, life as we know it would cease, cats would be sleeping with dogs… it would be a righteous mess.But do people think of their jobs in terms such as "business process management." Does anyone get up in the morning and say, "Better get to the office, I've got lots of business process managin' to do."

That one got a laugh from Karin Ondricek. Karin (pronounced KAH-rin) is senior marketing manager for content management and archiving at EMC Corporation. We talked for a while last week. I had planned for us to talk about the market for BPM, but we ended up talking more about the process of BPM. . . . .
Posted December 28, 2010

Posted December 13, 2010

eGain launches Multisearch Posted December 07, 2010

Global 360 offers free templates Posted November 29, 2010

Autonomy's Meaning Based Healthcare platform Posted November 29, 2010

Posted November 29, 2010

A list of "influencers" Posted November 08, 2010

Build further on relationship Posted November 08, 2010

Easing adverse event management Posted November 03, 2010

Deal worth reported $1 billion Posted November 03, 2010

IBM unveils Case Manager Posted October 27, 2010

Posted October 13, 2010

Active Endpoints unveils ActiveVOS 8.0 Posted September 15, 2010

Adaptive Planning rolls out Version 7.0 Posted September 15, 2010

Open Text's full-service offering Posted September 08, 2010

Polymita unveils new BPM tools Posted September 08, 2010

Symtrax announces Compleo Layout Posted September 01, 2010

Business analytics, process optimization Posted August 23, 2010

Boosts content capture, management and flow Posted August 16, 2010

Early case assessment, review and metrics Posted August 16, 2010
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