With today’s customers interacting more with products and services through software, the definition of BPM has grown broader, along with the BPM needs a single organization might face. BPM needs within an organization could include top-down business transformation initiatives, smart process applications that incorporate disparate line-of-business information, custom applications that are IT led or driven by business owners to solve specific process-based needs, and customer-facing applications that are agile enough to keep up with consumer demands.
With many BPM suites still focusing only on backend processes, there is a need for agile, flexible solutions that cover the full range of BPM needs. A comprehensive BPM solution need to:
Minimize hand coding with visual tools that can be utilized by business users and developers alike.
Speed up development and delivery cycles.
Integrate with on-premises and cloud IT systems, including file-sharing services like Box and Google Drive.
Cause minimal disruption, while providing immediate value.
Standardize the way business apps are built across the enterprise.
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