As a young technology manager on Wall Street in the late 1980s, I enjoyed the benefits of that industry’s burgeoning enthusiasm for technology, and the resulting easy access to staff and funds. Wow, have things changed. CIOs have been asked to make do with dwindling resources for so long, it’s virtually become a permanent part of the job description.
In such an environment, can it possibly make sense to spend some of those precious resources acquiring and deploying a BPM solution?  Well, consider this—BPM software can:
  • • shorten review and approval cycles;
  • • minimize the impact of audits; and
  • • prevent time-consuming and costly errors.

 

Even better, cloud BPM and cloud workflow solutions are eliminating the need for expensive infrastructure. Maybe that’s why Gartner has said that the cloud BPM market is set to grow an astonishing 25% year over year.
That kind of growth can only mean one thing: your competitors are enjoying the benefits of BPM, or will be soon. Can you afford to do otherwise?