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BPM Success Factors

From the Institute for Process Innovation…

As a result of their research, they have identified critical success factors and implementation approaches for BPM. They say that the most important influences in BPM from a management perspective are total quality management [TQM] and business process re-engineering.

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BPM Business Benefit

From a Ziff Davis 'BPM Kit'...

Decreased Costs

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Greatest Benefit from BPM

From a 2009 BPM Market Report by Transformation and Innovation...

Respondents were asked to indicate what had been their firms 'single greatest' benefit from using BPM to date:

28% said 'Automation of Standard Procedures and Processes'

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Defining BPM

I am a member of BP Group. They are currently asking their membership for a definition of BPM [Business Process Management]. A couple of definitions follow…

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Effective Process Management

More from Dan Morris...

Companies function through their processes. Processes operate as directed by business rules. Any company's ability to operate effectively is a direct result of good processes and rules. But, today an additional element must be thrown into this mix. That is the ability to absorb and adjust to change quickly.
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PLM-ERP Role-play

The evolution of the system functionality in modern ERP and PLM systems has brought up a lot of new possibilities for information management and for process automation.

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A Case for BPM

Recently, Dan Morris wrote…

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Process Management & Business Intelligence

Bill Gassman spoke at a Gartner BPM Seminar on the value of bringing Business Intelligence, Business Activity Monitoring and Business Process Management together.

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A PLM case study - Creating aftermarket value for telecom equipment manufacturer

The case company is an international electronics manufacturer. Its products are sold and delivered to global markets. The products consist essentially of standard electronic components, mechanical parts and pieces of software. There is some configurability and scalability in the mechanical and electronic assemblies; however most of the product variation is done in the software side.


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The State of Process Management

From a BPM Nexus survey…

They asked, "What is the one thing that companies could do now, with their existing resources, to help them improve - but they don't?"

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