Posted by: Adam Deane | 10/07/2010

BPM Quotes of the week

On BPM Platforms – Chris Adams

Over the next year, there will be many publicized educated opinions about BPM, Case Management and Adaptive Case Management. Rather than decide on a process technology and adjust your process needs to fit that technology, you should think of the opposite. First take an inventory of your existing processes today, the people involved in those processes, and how you expect your process needs to grow over the next 1-3 years. From there, invest in a quality BPM platform that is flexible, dynamic, and adaptive to grow with your process needs.

On BPM and EA – Nick Malik

I asked BPM professionals what they thought about working with Enterprise Architects, and I asked EA folks what they thought of working with Business Process Managers. The results: BPM professionals want to work with you, but you have to meet them half way.

On BPM Financial Justification – Doug Mow

Most IT organizations understand that this upfront investment will payback significantly in reduced downstream maintenance costs and improved business agility.

On BPM Business and IT – Mike Gammage

BPM enables the Business hostage and the IT captor to begin an intelligent and ongoing discussion where business requirements and priorities drive transformation of the operations and the underlying systems landscape. It allows everyone to do what they do best.

On BPA – Mike Gammage

Why on earth would any organisation want the masses involved in Business Process Analysis ?

On BPM Transformation – Rob Davis

Unfortunately there still remains a vital question about BPM “who cares?”


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