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BPM Quotes of the Week - December 5, 2018

Tom Goodwin"The key to digital transformation and the most powerful question you can ask yourself is 'what would your business look like if you started it today?'"
-Tom Goodwin

 

"Enterprise customers will begin demanding more from RPA companies: No longer is it enough to do a one-off Proof of Concept (POC) demo to win business. Customers will require use cases that show a clear path to enterprise scalability and quantifiable results."
-Chris Huff

"The reality is we're going to have to accept that a mixture of digital transformation and human interaction is integral to business processes."
-Taylor Dondich

From the BPM Forum

"What most clients don’t realize at first is that if a No Code BPM suite needs to deliver a new component, a developer is still coding that component. However, the component is then delivered to the business analyst who can use it with no code as a new feature or component inside the suite’s visual interface."
-Brian Reale

"The transformation function, which is emerging in many companies (i.e. the grouping of certain capabilities in one department responsible for running transformative programs) will absorb BPM as a capability and use it's platforms as enterprise management systems."
-Caspar Jans

"In knowledge industries, there are few end-to-end processes. Users want/need 'process fragments' – basically this means being able to thread together short sequences of tasks at run time, with the ability, at any stage of the processing, to add an ad hoc step."
-Karl Walter Keirstead

"My prediction for the fate of BPM automation technology in 2019 is again that change will be a 'game-of-inches', a game especially depending on master data management (and associated integration issues including APIs), process governance, and BPM engine limitations."
-John Morris

"Once business users get the no code capability to build digital support exactly as they articulate then a new door opens for BPM which becomes the way to think."
-David Chassels

"RPA and BPM will have to connect and to complement each other when it comes to orchestrating the different micro automations back to a coordinated, comprehensible set of business processes and process repositories."
-Kay Winkler

"In 2018, we didn't see as much AI integration into business processes as I have expected. I think this is will be a relevant trend in 2019, and we will see intelligent artifact recommending decisions as part of the business process, taking advantage of previous process instance and business knowledge."
-Juan J Moreno

"Almost any application that can be built can be built better with processes, decisions, and potentially RPA style automations if needed."
-Scott Francis