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Brian Plante Takes the Complexity of Digital Transformation and Makes it Clear and Compelling

Perficient is leading digital change and driving results for our clients on a global scale. Our expert strategists, designers, developers, and every colleague across the business are chipping in to help make Perficient a leading global digital consultancy that our clients can trust.  Our People of Perficient blog series sheds light on the dynamic perspectives […]

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Streamlining ERP Selection: A Business Imperative

The Core of Efficiency: Choosing the Right ERP Choosing the right Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system is critical for ensuring optimal efficiency and future growth of your business. It is important to choose a system that seamlessly integrates with your unique processes and objectives, acting as the driving force behind your business operations. It should […]

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4 Secrets To Compromise Time & Build A Superior Team

Time is a constant adversary in project and task management.  Managers are often inundated with a performance quandary.  Execute a series of tasks that they can easily complete in a manner of minutes.  Or delegate these tasks to another person and take more time and effort in the process.  The balance between completing these quick […]

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Why BI Is Still The Most Important Trend

There are a lot of trends in data and analytics on the rise with AI, advanced analytics, IoT, and data science. But even with all of those new ways to explore and transform your enterprise data assets, business intelligence (BI) is still at the core of effective data strategy. Gartner estimates a $22.8 billion growth in […]

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 […]

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 […]