BPM adds value to each stage of the application life cycle, from requirements specification/design, development, testing, deployment, and ongoing support, maintenance, and change management when business needs evolve.
BPM increases understanding between business and IT
BPMhelps business people—analysts, managers, and end users—work together with IT to create more effective process-based applications.
BPM speeds development of applications
If you’re a network security operations leader (as many of our clients are}, chances are you’re afflicted with some of the following security policy-related issues: ادامه مطلب
A long time ago in a suburb far, far away, I owned a café. It was very popular and not uncommon for there to be throngs of customers queuing up outside to get in, particularly on weekends.
Of course, customers IN the café didn’t always care about those poor people waiting outside to get in, so they’d sit leisurely enjoying their newspaper, oblivious to the world around them. It didn’t take me long to realise that customers were walking away in frustration and as a result I wasn’t maximising revenue. So I came up with a plan… ادامه مطلب
(A couple of weeks ago it was the certificate, now it’s official. I’ve been put on THAT list. It’s nice to sometimes receive a bit of recognition for what we’re doing, especially when it puts you in the same bracket as the experts you’ve followed for a long time. I would open a good bottle of St. Emilion, but I’ll leave that until next week, when I’ll see many of the other people on the list at the BBCCon2012.) ادامه مطلب
Many years ago, whilst at University, I studied a set of famous productivity experiments which resulted in the coining of the term “The Hawthone Effect” (after the Hawthorne works where the experiments were conducted). ادامه مطلب
Run! He’s coming to get us! He’s huge, terrifying! We don’t really know what he’s going to do to us but they told us he’s coming and there’s nothing we can do about it”. ادامه مطلب
I worked for an IT Company that had an IT helpdesk that was beyond helpless. I worked for a Telecommunications company where the boss created an atmosphere of fear and hatred. I worked for a bank with a stationery cupboard with no stationery in it. ادامه مطلب
It has become increasingly popular in recent times to bash BPM (business process management) and, in particular, to propose that BPM is dead. I don’t think that BPM is dead. It does, however, have a major image problem. Part of the problem is that we’ve given it a catchy acronym, following a long line of catchy acronyms that describe very similar approaches (TQM anyone?). In may be an enhancement upon what has gone before but the cynical souls of the business world see it as a re-hashed, re-marketed version of the same stuff to be pedaled by software companies as the latest and greatest thing. ادامه مطلب
by Jim Hare
One of the questions that I frequently get asked by startup high tech providers is how they can become a Gartner “Cool” vendor. Vendors do not apply to become Cool Vendors. Instead, nominations come directly from Gartner analysts who are familiar with the topic area or market space and the vendor landscape. The nomination and selection process is kept confidential but there are a few details I can share: ادامه مطلب
by Pete Basiliere
۳D printing is real, innovative and complex. ادامه مطلب
Gartner’s Cool Business Awards ceremony at Symposium Orlando has been a major success. More than 500 people were in the audience and voted to determine the winners. Those of you who missed this unique session can watch the video on Gartner’s Events on Demand here. Our Cool Business Awards recognize innovative use of technology to highlight “best in class” initiatives in the Financial Services industry and to offer insight as to developments in digital innovation. In Orlando we had the following winners: ادامه مطلب
by Mark Raskino
I just got back from Gartner Symposium in Orlando. It’s a huge event – many thousands of clients interacting with analysts to help solve real world technology and management problems. The energy is just great. I have been doing the job for 15 years and it is still incredibly stimulating. No two days are the same. The subjects, challenges and opportunities keep changing. You keep testing yourself, learning and growing. ادامه مطلب
By Andrew White
For those of you that know me (or follow my blog), you will know that I don’t shirk from a good argument. In fact, in my youth, I loved to participate in debates – sometimes even taking the opposite position that I would ordinarily take – just to learn. Well here is a great example of a piece of research that warrants careful examination and plenty of publicity. It turns out that through dialog with many organizations, few even get this argument, let alone understand the impact of it. ادامه مطلب
Bonitasoft today announced the addition of two new senior leaders: Cyrille Kechavarzi in the role of chief financial officer and Carole Winqwist as vice president of marketing. ادامه مطلب
There was a time, not that long ago, that I used to go on the web and not pay much attention to the way things were organized on the screen. Or I’d go on my smartphone, buy something and not think much about how many clicks it took to figure out where I needed to go. ادامه مطلب
“As schoolchildren prepare to impersonate ghosts, goblins and gnomes in the lead up to Halloween on October 31, we thought we’d compile a list of 5 process ghouls to look out for in your organization.”
Here they are in no particular order:
|Whether you’re just getting started in Business Process Management (BPM) or have been doing it for a while, making sure that staff have the right combination of skills and tools is critical to success. So what are the common characteristics of companies that do BPM well? Contributor Janne Ohtonen looks at the top 10 capabilities. I have been doing scientific research on business process management capabilities. Improving BPM Capabilities (BPMC) ensures more likely success in business process management initiatives built through people, process and technology aspects. The research has lead me to conduct expert interviews, surveys and case studies with three international companies over last two years. Through that research, I’ve identified ten of what I consider to be the most important BPM Capabilities organizations should have.|
Here is BPM’s top 10 list in order of importance:
ابزارهای متنباز (Open Source) عرصه جدیدی در دنیای فناوری اطلاعات ارائه کردهاند و شرکت Intalio که به صورت تخصصی در حوزه مدیریت فرآیند کسب و کار (BPM) فعالیت میکند، با خرید شرکت نرمافزاری FiveSight Technologies توانسته است محصولات بیشتری در این زمینه روانه بازار کند. ادامه مطلب
شرکت Red Hat به کمک یکی از زیرمجموعههای خود موسوم به Polymita که سال ۲۰۱۲ میلادی آن را خریداری کرده بود، قابلیتهای جدیدی را به مجموعه نرمافزاری مدیریت فرآیند کسب و کار خود افزود و این بسته جامع را به عنوان گزینه مناسب در حوزه خدمات BPM در اختیار سازمانها قرار دارد. ادامه مطلب
در حالی که اوایل دهه ۲۰۱۰ تمامی سازمانها و کسب و کارهای بزرگ بر استفاده از نرمافزارهای برنامهریزی منابع سازمانی (ERP) تاکید داشتند، در آخرین بررسیها مشخص شده است که خدمات مدیریت فرآیند کسب و کار این روزها بیشتر مورد استفاده قرار میگیرند.
“پاتریک مکلنون”(Patrick McLendon) مدیر سیستمها و برنامهریزیهای شرکت Vulcan اعلام کرد که ابزار BPM برای آنها تمام مشکلات مدیریتی را از میان برداشته و هزینههای مربوط به مدیریت سیستمهای سازمانی را کاهش داده است. ادامه مطلب
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شرکت فراگستر که در سال 1380 بصورت سهامی خاص تاسیس گردید، با بیش از دو دهه فعالیت مستمر و پویا، هماکنون در زمره شرکتهای برتر ارائه دهنده نرمافزارهای اتوماسیون کسب و کار در کشور شناخته میشود. ما شرکتی دانش بنیان، دارای رتبه یک شورایعالی انفورماتیک و همچنین تندیس طلایی رعایت حقوق مصرف کنندگان در طی 5 سال متوالی هستیم. در کارنامه فراگستر اجرای پروژههای موفق با سازمانها و نهادهای بزرگی مانند بانک ملی ایران، ایرانسل، دیوان عدالت اداری و … وجود دارد. در حال حاضر بیش از 2600 سازمان با گستردگی 600 هزار کاربر با نرمافزار فراگستر، بهرهوری تیمشان را افزایش دادهاند.