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SharePoint BPM is Great Software, But Not a Solution for BPM

By | approval, automation, blog, BP, BP Logix, BPM, business process management, CIO, economy, efficiency, eforms, end users, forms, HR, Operational Improvement, operations, predictive, process director, project lifecycle, project management, SharePoint, workflow

The genius of well-designed software is that it bores in on a specific type of problem and delivers an effective solution that is unique to that problem. For the IT…

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To Gain a Competitive Advantage, Make BPM Inclusive

By | approval, audit, automation, blog, BP, BP Logix, BPM, business process management, CIO, cloud, dynamic, economy, efficiency, eforms, end users, errors, forms, HR, infrastructure, operations, organizational change, process director, programming, project lifecycle, project management, review, value, workflow

Some people may think of implementing business process management (BPM) within their organization as a purely tactical effort, one that serves the ‘process automation’ needs of an organization. The generally…

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Organizational Change and BPM, Part 2: Do You Have a Process-Focused Organization?

By | approval, audit, automation, BP, BP Logix, BPM, business process management, CIO, Company culture, economy, efficiency, eforms, end users, forms, Operational Improvement, operations, organizational change, process director, programming, value, workflow

In today’s competitive market, you, or we,  would be hard pressed to find executives who do not want their companies to be better organized and more efficient. Most C-level leaders…

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Mobile BPM: Out of the Office Doesn’t Mean Out of the Loop

By | automation, blog, BP, BP Logix, BPM, business process management, CIO, Company culture, efficiency, forms, infrastructure, Mobile, organizational change, process director, project management, value, workflow

Mobile technology can undoubtedly give an enterprise more options as to how the company conducts its business, but does mobile functionality necessarily create greater efficiency? And does it truly create…

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