BPM Quotes of the Week - February 8, 2017
- Published: February 8, 2017
"Today’s BPM platforms deliver the ability to manage work while dynamically adapting the steps of a process according to an awareness and understanding of content, data, and business events that unfold. This is the basis of intelligent automation, enabling data-driven processes adapting dynamically to the context of the work, delivering the efficiency of automation while leveraging rules and policies to steer the pathway towards the optimal outcome."
The above is from the article,
-The Year Ahead for BPM -- 2017 Predictions from Top Influencers which is definitely worth a read.
From the BPM Forum
Will the Next Big Innovations in BPM Come from the Mobile Experience? "It will help in the long run by finally breaking the coupling between the process definition and the UX."
"The painful truth is, however, that UX may indeed be more important than core capabilities."
-E. Scott Menter
"Mobile in BPM is a typical distributed computing problem – what functionality to be executed in a mobile node and what functionality to be executed in a server node. Any human task execution, inbox, some stats, etc. are perfect for mobile nodes. Thus a set of standard API for BPM-suite tools will be very useful."
-Dr. Alexander Samarin
"Mobile capabilities merge BPM with the real world where everybody can view and ‘sense’ it outside of traditional computer environments. No doubt, all future development of BPM will be closely related with mobile experience."
With the Number of Different Processes That Exist, Can One Business Platform Handle Them All?
"Yes. Processes natively talk to each other. But such a platform needs to be deeply architected for modularity of UI, agility of process model and coherence of the data model."
"ONE business platform can orchestrate your business completely. Connecting line-of-business applications with a process layer to utilize best all systems of record, ONE business platform - with solid integration capabilities - can handle ALL business processes."
"Are we talking about automating all processes? Surprise, surprise - some vendors will claim that this is possible. In reality, I have never seen this happen. Application developers want to use a different platform than citizen developers."
"All the comments of 'our platform can support all processes' are delusional. You platform COULD support all processes, but SHOULD it or DOES it...The secret of success is focus. What are you REALLy, REALLY, REALLY good at?"
"With all the different business processes that currently exist is there a platform that can handle them all equally well then the answer would be No."