Business Process Management (BPM)

Access the latest BPM resources: Learn how to set performance metrics and improve your business processes for effective process management and sustained process improvement results. Business Process Management and some aspects of related areas such SOA and Enterprise Architecture are covered in this section.
 

Rolls-Royce, HP and Southwest Airlines to speak at PEX Week 2015

Contributor: Barry McIntyre
Posted: 12/17/2014

Rolls-Royce, HP and Southwest Airlines to speak at PEX Week 2015 - Barry McIntyre

Rolls Royce, South West Airlines, Catalent Pharma Solutions, CSX Transportation, Verizon, The Walt Disney Company and HP are confirmed to be in attendance at this year’s event. Full Article »


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Bringing data and process together - the future of process excellence: Interview with K2's Rob Speck - Diana Davis

In PEX Network's latest survey on technology investment plans of process professionals, Big Data and analytics has emerged as the number one investment area in the year ahead. Full Podcast »


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Business Process Management and the Chief Operating Ostrich

Contributor: PEX Network Cartoons
Posted: 6/5/2014


Business Process Management and the Chief Operating Ostrich - PEX Network Cartoons

Do you find it's hard to explain to your C-level executives what Business Process Management is really all about? Clearly, you're not alone. This funny animated video pokes fun at a new COO that struggles to understand BPM and tries to avoid it at all costs! Full Column »


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Aligning IT cost optimization with business strategy

In the never-ending quest for competitive advantage, a company will strive for greater customer intimacy, operational excellence and product leadership — the first to achieve higher customer satisfaction and loyalty, the second to get products out faster or improve margins, and the third to make a market its own. IT finance plays a key role in directing IT’s understanding of these strategic disciplines to align technology decisions with core business objectives. Under budget constraints and a continuous flow of business demands — as well as IT’s own strategic programs and change requests — IT must determine which investments and cost reduction measures best serve the business. The increased complexity of globally and organizationally distributed operations and associated IT makes it difficult to match up IT plans and business needs. Add to that the task of determining affordability of IT initiatives and the IT investment board quickly finds itself peering into the murky waters of insufficient data, makeshift analyses and corporate politics — not a good basis for making decisions with confidence. Full Whitepaper »


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