What is Business Process Management?
An April 2016 report by Markets And Markets estimates that the global Business Process Management (BPM) market will be worth over £10 billion by 2021. This guide explores just what justifies this valuation.
BPM could be considered as the latest buzzword or piece of consultant speak, however in reality we have all been practising business process management in one way or another for years.
Increasing the Quality of Processing
Quality is a matter of constant focus in the modern working environment. Organisations are under continual pressure, from clients, competitors and internal sources to deliver products and services at an increased, or at the very least consistent, level of quality. It is often the quality of an organisations product or service that sets it apart from its competitors.
Improving your Level of Control
The Collins New Guild Dictionary defines control as “to have under command; to regulate; to check; to restrain; to direct”. A lack of control implies chaos, confusion and anarchy, a state under which no business can function. Without control an organisation will, sooner or later, fail.
Workflow Software: Why invest?
Industry systems such as SharePoint and MS Dynamics claim to offer process management – but how do these applications fare when faced with real-world change? Read this paper to learn how, by leveraging the power of the back office, workflow software goes from nice-to-have to critical investment.
8 Principles of Highly Efficient Businesses
By adopting lean principles, organisations of any size may reduce process cycles and increase time spent on value adding tasks. Learn eight ways to do more with less: from implementing tracking statuses and managing exceptions to effective task allocation and digital self-service.
The power of processes: Clarity for your customer and claims team
The claims industry and insurance landscape as a whole has been met with growing speculation regarding their ability to perform to their customer’s needs. The general consensus is that these industries are delivering a service that potentially shuts their consumers out. Leaving them unsure if their claim is being handled safely or appropriately.
The rise of the Citizen Developer and the Low-code platform
Citizen Development is quickly becoming a highly recognisable term within the technology landscape. The appeal of these innovative developers who aren’t restricted by the confines of hard code have caused companies to rethink their hiring criteria, and look to the new Low-code technologies that Citizen Developers utilise. Their presence is game changing, with over 7.5 million professionals classing themselves as Citizen Developers.