Three Steps to Progress BPM from Project to Program

Three Steps to Progress BPM from Project to Program


It's not unusual for organizations to approach new technologies with some caution. Often, small-scale, low-risk pilot projects are used to evaluate how a strategy or solution works and if it has any practical use within the enterprise. Unfortunately, project success can be bittersweet: even if the technology is a valuable asset, the process of quickly and easily scaling it to an enterprise-wide operation can be extremely challenging.

This white paper describes how the trend of broader BPM programs has changed what companies need in terms of BPM technology and “know-how.” Continue reading to learn three steps for helping establish a solid foundation for a BPM program that can enable your organization to easily scale its process improvement capability.

05 Aug 2011
05 Aug 2011
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