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White Paper Turning Business Processes into Business Assets

The way a company does things is often called its business processes, and capturing these business processes is a common procedure for many companies. The recorded processes are useful to better understand the way a company operates; these processes can also be stress-tested and modeled for further optimization or experimentation.

Appian White Paper

Organizations across all industries continue to adopt today’s most innovative technologies to ensure business success. Appian recently conducted an industry- wide survey on business trends, technological adoption and current goals in process excellence. To no surprise, most respondents expressed value in emerging technologies as critical components of their business that ultimately preserve customer satisfaction.

Contiguous Planning and Optimization

Whatever business you are in today, inevitably you face an environment defined by growing uncertainty and unpredictability. In the face of continuous change in the day-to-day business environment, predetermined best practices offer little value when defined beyond the superficial level. Success in any business cannot be automated, but involves a continuous loop of planning assessment and adjustment. Read this white paper to learn how software-enabled continuous planning can enable organizations to make informed decisions to achieve defined goals with limited resources, under both hard and soft constraints.

BPM Guide - Getting Started with the Basics

By converging awareness, knowledge, and action from across the organization, BPM can help you solve nearly any challenge, large or small...departmentally or enterprise-wide.

This guide is designed to enlighten your understanding, answer your questions, and give you the information you need to make solving your unique challenges easier...with BPM!

Combine SPSS Statistics with R for greater analytical power and flexibility.

The Risks of Using Spreadsheets for Statistical Analysis

Despite their popularity, spreadsheets may not be well suited for analysis and decision making. This paper explores why, and describes a better alternative