We have often mentioned that the global activity in companies and organizations can be broken down into independent processes that are inter-connected. This enables a detailed analysis of each process and the implementation of the BPM strategy and its automation can happen in stages without requiring a great deal of work or investment of time or money.
Christmas has arrived and many towns, villages and homes all over the world celebrate the festivities with beautiful artistic lights that never fail to surprise us. We must congratulate many of them, especially for adapting to the current regulations and complying with energy efficiency.
Internet of Things is a current trend and now more than ever we are beginning to appreciate just how intelligent ‘Things’ can be thanks to the Internet. Many of you will have read the acronym IoT (Internet of Things) on Twitter or on other media sites. It is precisely when things become a trend that we tend to abbreviate. So, let’s try to explain what IoT is in simple terms.
The BPM market is changing as organizations look for software as a service (SaaS) tools that can provide a starting point for cost reduction. Furthermore, BPM project funding does not come from the IT budget, but from the company budget in 66% of cases; and because these platforms are focused on company results, many business units can finance them a lot easier than if they were specific IT projects.