The New BPM: Integrated, Transparent, Collaborative—and Apparent

Now more than ever, organizations seeking to not only optimize performance and efficiency, but also gain regulatory response agility will remain in a continuous cycle of business process change. As organizations evolve, so must the technologies that support them. Several factors are now occurring simultaneously that inhibit the ability of the prior class of business process management (BPM) solutions to support new requirements.

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