BPM Quotes of the Week - December 5, 2018
- Published: December 5, 2018
"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?'"
"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."
"The reality is we're going to have to accept that a mixture of digital transformation and human interaction is integral to business processes."
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."
"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."
"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."
"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."
"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."
"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."