Business Process Management: Taking ERP Beyond Departmental and Data-centric Boundaries

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Business process management (BPM) is a term used by many organizations to refer to the procedures that tie diverse operations together. However, as technology vendors come up with BPM solutions, they often fail to focus on the entire organization, leaving certain segments of the enterprise fragmented and fending for themselves. So how can you bring the employees and processes living outside the system back into the fold?

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