BPM Quotes of the Week - October 26, 2017

George Westerman"What we’ve found, over and over again, is that digital transformation is not a digital challenge. The real value comes from changing your processes. The technology enables change. And, by the way, changing processes is more than writing code and drawing charts."
-George Westerman

"The blockchain is an incorruptible digital ledger of economic transactions that can be programmed to record not just financial transactions but virtually everything of value."
-Don & Alex Tapscott

From the BPM Forum

"Doing BPM (discipline, tools and practice) correctly is the best way to go digital."
-Dr. Alexander Samarin

"If a company wants to be more productive, competitive and grow, it needs to 'do BPM' in the correct way. And doing BPM the right way, will naturally let it go digital."
-Juan J Moreno

What Are Companies Giving up When They Go to a Low-Code/No-Code BPM?

"Reliance on IT for their operational software!"
-David Chassels

"I'd argue that internally coded solutions are just as much a black box as a piece of packaged software. If you doubt that, ask a few large companies what it would take to make some modifications to the way their sales comp, GRC review, or return/refund processes operate."
-E. Scott Menter

"They are giving up their business agility, in the long term. A pure low-code / no-code stack gives little consideration to business architecture."
-Bogdan Nafornita

"Control of the business -- Implementation of no code platform is a risky adventure. It was said a lot about glories of getting rid from an IT team. Nobody mentioned that exactly this irritating and in all ways accused IT team plays crucial role in control of the organization over its digital assets. And in contemporary enterprise digital assets often comprise lion's share of the whole business."
-Boris Zinchenko