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Mobile BPM opens up business improvement opportunities

Cindy Cheng, ​Sr. Director of Marketing Communications, EMEA, Appian
October 9, 2013

Improving workflow, boosting productivity and achieving operational goals often means investing in cloud, unified communications and mobility solutions today, as many professionals want access to these resources to help their personal performance. In order to meet these needs head on and supply employees with the technology as well as the support to improve workflow, firms need to consider investing in mobile BPM software.

Business process management is a key resource for any enterprise, especially those focused on growth. The need for mobile support in the workplace is becoming more commonplace, and companies have to harness this in order to take full advantage of the opportunities it presents. This makes the combined benefits of these two factors essential.

According to a Cisco Index, mobile connected devices are expected to exceed 7 billion by the end of 2013 and continue growing at a CAGR of 66 percent until 2017. This is due to the rapidly growing dependence on data and the increasing speeds at which individuals can access information on mobile devices. Regardless of industry, this makes it a valuable resource for businesses looking to boost the speed of operations and embrace related trends, such as remote working opportunities.

When implementing mobile solutions in the workplace, the importance of BPM software becomes even more apparent. Organizing and supporting workflow via these devices is just as important as being able to work on them, but firms need to consider several factors, such as security, reliability and the user experience as well. This means selecting mobile BPM solutions that embrace these ideals in addition to the basic advantages of process management , supporting both quality of work and the services themselves.

By selecting mobile process management software as a native application firms can gain the security, reliability and support needed to optimize workflow and mobility at once. However, the most important consideration is the user experience. With a native app processes can go much more smoothly, fitting in with daily operations and working cleanly alongside other mobile tools. This integration is critical for process management success, and enterprise growth as a whole.

Cindy Cheng

Director of Product Marketing