Posts Tagged ‘Business Process Management’

My Colleagues Just Solved A Clin Ops Business Problem With…What?

With Appian. Yes, Appian. “I have no idea what that is…” Yes, I can read your mind. Okay, okay, I’m not actually clairvoyant. But I do have a pretty good sense of the industry, and I know that Appian hasn’t become a household name, yet. But, the times they are a-changin’. Appian is a business […]

Overview and Implementation of TIBCO Business Process Management

TIBCO Business Process Management What is Business Process Management – BPM ? Here we go with the definition of BPM in relating to our lifestyle. BPM can be defined as “workflow.” As an example, let’s consider a loan application or offer management in a bank. A customer wants to apply for a product such as a […]

Installing IBM BPM v8.5.7 Standard on Ubuntu 14.04 (VirtualBox)

Following is a step-by-step process for installing IBM BPM v8.5.7 standard on Ubuntu 14.104: Downloads Install the latest VirtualBox software from Oracle – also download the Extension Pack. Download the software from the IBM Software Catalog Download the ISO file for Ubuntu 14.04 LTS – DESKTOP from Ubuntu **Note: You can download the Server version […]

IBM BPM as True SaaS – Not Just PaaS – Has Arrived

BPM traditionally has been a whiteboard where you can build your solutions with a pallet of tools to map out your process, but as Digital Transformation is evolving how companies conduct business, BPM is evolving too. So how do you reap benefits of BPM to expedite your digital transformation vision?  This post will briefly explain […]

Business Process Management Evolution, Part 5: Efficiency, Consistency, Compliance. Trex.

Efficiency, consistency, and compliance are three core tenants of Perficient’s Trex BPM solution. A BPM system should be efficient and help users achieve maximum productivity with minimum wasted effort or expense. A BPM system should be consistent – it should help users process work by ensuring that the same procedures are followed every time a […]

Business Process Management Evolution, Part 4: Trex for Client Onboarding

In this blog series we examine BPM from multiple perspectives and you can find my last post Part 3 – The Perficient Approach here. Part 4 of our series looks at specific challenges faced by investor services firms in the client onboarding process. Unique Challenges in the Investor Services Industry Did you know that a […]

Business Process Management Evolution, Part 3: The Perficient Approach

In this blog series, we examine BPM from multiple perspectives and you can find my last post Part 2 – BPM as a Solution here. Part 3 of our series analyzes Perficient’s approach to BPM. The Perficient Approach The Perficient approach to BPM is predicated on the idea that large production BPM solutions will always […]

Exclusive Briefing on the Future of Process Transformation in NYC

Business process management is evolving as businesses adapt their strategies to thrive in the digital, customer-centric economy. The goals of BPM are shifting from the traditional focus on operational efficiency to now creating engagement throughout the customer journey. What does the future of BPM hold? Join Perficient and IBM at their exclusive briefing on the state […]

Business Process Management Evolution, Part 2: BPM as a Solution

In this blog series. we examine BPM from multiple perspectives, you can find Part 1 – BPM as a Tool here. Part 2 of our series analyzes BPM as it relates to business processes and defines the elements of a good production BPM solution. BPM as a Solution Instead of viewing BPM as a specific […]

Business Process Management Evolution, Part 1: BPM as a Tool

Over the last 30 years, what is now called Business Process Management (BPM) has evolved from simple workflow systems to a host of products and methodologies. As with any popular business concept, BPM has come to mean many different things to many different people.  At its crux, BPM is a discipline to apply systematic process […]

A Look at the Top 3 BPM Products

I have been working with IBM BPM for the past 10 years and recently started looking at Pega and Appian. In this blog, I’ll share my impression, and comparison, of IBM BPM, Pega 7, and the Appian platform. My Impression of IBM BPM I have been working with IBM BPM for past 10 years – […]

Does Technology Drive Business or Does Business Drive Technology?

This is a traditional chicken or the egg problem, and I would like to put in my 2 cents by trying to address the same question in the information technology era. We see hundreds of new and emerging startups rising every day across all the industries. The secret of success is not coming from any […]

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