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A BPM suite is a technology platform for the design, documentation and capture of business processes.
There are four main phases of activity within a BPM Suite:
A BPM suite must be a single platform to handle entire BPM life cycle. In past 5-10 years, BPM suite technology has really ramped up.
The BPM landscape has evolved to include recent technologies such as enterprise mobility and social collaboration as well as SOA.
Who should be involved with a BPM Suite?
- Business analysts - define processes, define rules, create reports, manage process flow, analyze performance and optimize processes
- IT developers and administrators - create shared services, create re-usable integrations, review process models prior to publishing, manage server performance
- Workers and managers - create personal reports, complete assigned tasks, collaborate with other users, share documents, re-route tasks
Why BPM Suite - Structured process, central content repository, integrated systems, real-time visibility into processes, tasks etc.
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