Virtually every company becomes caught by the business process idea, sooner or later. The BPM promises – sales up! costs down! unprecedented agility! – make people eager to implement the “BPM thing” as soon as possible, if not yesterday
The greatest impact on business process over the last decade has been specifically the change in technology, but rather it has the dramatic shift in customer expectations. Not just “cheaper,” “better,” “faster” but “HERE and NOW.”
Where not long ago we described BPM in terms of its potential, today it is easy to measure what it has done. The enterprises who have adopted BPM are forever changed for the better. If not all of them, certainly most – this claim is true where it was not always the case. Today the success stories easy to find and
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This case study details the experience of transforming a highly political, over-
burdened and mostly manual governmental claims processing system into a
highly efficient and effective system via the application of world-class solution
architecture and information technologies products.
This BPM.com White Paper
examines the role of Case
Management platforms for
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well as specifically looking at
AINS eCase®, a recognized
industry leader recently
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competitors in Gartner’s
“Critical Capabilities for
Traditionally, company management systems were conceived and structured to work using functions.
However, in reality all companies perform their activities according to workflows which are coordinated and
aligned with company culture, strategy and objectives, known as processes.