The trend toward more flexible ways of working, shorter organizational reaction times, and the ability to fully embrace market unpredictability, is a powerful force that, while positioning business process management (BPM) at center stage, also strains conventional approaches and tools beyond their limits. Discover how goal-oriented BPM goes beyond current BPM practices to better address current business challenges.
comparison of document tracking suites
driven BPM Another useful comparison is with respect to Business Rules engines and their use for BPM. A business rules system expresses the constraints and activities of a business process as rules, typically made by three components: An Event, specifying a situation that can trigger the rule application. A Condition, stating a constraint that must hold when the event occurs, in order for the rule to be applicable. An Action, to be triggered by the event and allowed by the condition. A business rules