Differentiating Between Low Code BPM Platforms

Low Code BPM has promised to deliver business apps faster and make the process of Digital Transformation faster, easier, and smoother. The problem Low Code BPM platforms have is that they are still largely targeted at the professional developer, and making their life faster, easier, and smoother. But, what about the business user themselves, such as a Business Analyst who can see the need for change and knows what that change ought to be, but cannot execute and change the process itself because the tools are in the hands of the High Priests of  Technology? The current state of the... Read More »

The Main Areas of Consideration for Undertaking a BPM Initiative

Karl Hindle Outlines the Challenges and Pitfalls of Implementing Business Process Management Undertaking a Business Process Management initiative can, and usually is, a long road with a great deal of hard work, lots of moving parts, and frequently unseen, uncharted territory to traverse. While this is certainly the case with traditional BPM deployments, it does not have to be so painful or slow. The perception of slow deployment and adoption, combined with cost, and a less than spotless record of success may account for why so many organizations have yet to adopt a BPM solution, even amongst the enterprise-class. We’re... Read More »

On-Premises BPM versus a SaaS Cloud Solution

Karl Hindle is Director of Marketing for Swift Software, the developer of JobTraQ: We frequently encounter the SaaS-v-On-Premises question when dealing with prospective customers, and the ultimate selection is fairly evenly split when it comes to deployment. For those clients operating in highly regulated industries, or where the data is exceptionally sensitive, the choice veers strongly towards going with the On-Premises offering. Even so, we’re seeing an increase in the number of these clients who are seriously considering the Cloud-based BPM offerings, even where the application and data will be business critical. What is driving the decision between deploying a... Read More »

Implementing Continuous Improvement with Lean BPM

Josh Yeager, Director of Operations, and Karl Hindle, Director of Marketing tackle Continuous Improvement: You may find Josh and Karl on LinkedIn by clicking the hyperlinks on their names. Karl also wrote on achieving CI using a Lean BPMS in August 2015, which also includes a live demonstration of how quickly a process can be created and changed in a live, operational environment. Business process improvement is a systematic technique that an organization can use to iteratively optimize its processes to achieve more efficient results. Several researchers have published specific methodologies over the years, including H. James Harrington, Tristan Boutros... Read More »