Embrace Five Disruptive Trends That Will Reshape BPM ExcellenceNovember 2014
Enterprise architects leading business process management (BPM) excellence initiatives live at the crossroads of business strategy and process execution, providing BPM insights to technologists and process technology insights to business stakeholders. Because of this, they need to understand the future of BPM to shape their plans. Five disruptive trends will transform how companies get work done within business processes. By incorporating these disruptive trends into their process strategies, enterprises can start moving toward business agility. This report takes a deep look at the future of BPM. It delves into the business and IT catalysts for change with the conclusion that firms need to shift from isolated BPM projects to a sustainable business transformation program.
Knowledge Work Pushes Dynamic Case Management MarketMarch 2014
Work is becoming more knowledge based and much less structured. As a result the DCM market is accelerating to help enterprises exploit unstructured pockets of work activity. Today’s DCM products give business more control and goal management, new information-first design approach, and desperately needed process flexibility. Over the next 5 years we expect the DCM market to splinter into horizontal DCM platforms with vendors that excel in either design time and runtime use cases, and niche providers that will offer domain-specific solutions to compete.
The Business Agility Of Digital Experience TechnologyJuly 2014
Agility is not just about fast execution — in fact, sustainable business agility requires a new approach to how you assess, plan, architect, and implement change. This report will describe a set of high-value methods and models that AD&D pros should use when creating their digital experience technology strategies.