A decade ago, business process management (BPM) focused on modeling and (sometimes) automating stable, repeatable back-office processes.
As business processes became more dynamic over time, many of the BPM tools on the market struggled to meet the overarching, complex needs of organizations.
Now we’ve entered what Jason Bloomberg, president of the analyst firm Intellyx, calls the BPM Renaissance where BPM tools are now able to address business problems the way first-generation BPM never could.
Read this whitepaper to learn how modern BPM tools can:
- Drive digital transformation efforts forward
- Break down silos and increase collaboration
- Help reinvent the customer journey
- Empower software developers like never before