How BPM is enabling business transformation

The role BPM can play in transforming businesses and assisting them as they navigate a post-Covid-19 world

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Alice Clochet
09/09/2020

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The Covid-19 pandemic has urged many organizations to adopt a remote working culture, making it essential for them to expand their digital initiatives to overcome disruption. Business process management (BPM) teams can support organizations in achieving their digital transformation goals by analyzing existing internal processes with the view to optimize them, ensure process excellence and uncover opportunities for automation.

This PEX Network report examines the impact of the pandemic on businesses and the role of BPM. Dive in to find out how to ensure business continuity and respond to challenges in crisis and post-crisis worlds, as well as how to succeed in designing and implementing processes for the “new normal”.  

The report also features a case study from McKesson, who has automated its payment run, invoice approval and vendor master data process with Comidor’s low-code BPM platform, and receive insights from PEX practitioners from Coca-Cola European Partners, Live Nation and Fiserv.

Download this report to discover:

  • The role of BPM in helping businesses adapt to new ways of working.
  • How BPM provides a framework for the adoption of technologies such as robotic process automation, low-code/no-code and process mining.
  • Real-life case studies from organizations that used BPM to overcome challenges and achieve their business objectives.
  • How to implement the right approach to BPM depending on maturity.
  • Insights from experts’ on future BPM trends.

By downloading this report you will receive a complimentary pass to BPM Live 2020, taking place online on 29 September – 2 October.

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