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Topics: SharePoint workflow BP Logix BPM software
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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 buyer, there's a lot of work and responsibility that goes into identifying then evaluating the right solution. Sometimes it can appear that there are only minor differences among the vendors— and investigating feature sets becomes tedious very quickly. It's easy to see where decision fatigue can set in. This is where some buyers are inclined to just select a product that's "close enough" or to re-use a tool that has already been deployed in the organization for some other purpose.
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Things got pretty busy around here in the last quarter of 2010, so before I get too deeply entangled in the demands of the new year, I thought it might be a good moment to put down some ideas about where business process management (BPM) might be going in 2011. I may be wrong, but if by some chance I’m not, be sure to remember: you heard it here first.