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Research Report: Competitive Review of BPM in the Cloud
By IBM Australia | 13/5/2016

A high level review of Cloud BPM from Appian, IBM, OpenText and Pegasystems.

This report focuses on the cloud-based BPM offerings now being delivered by many BPM vendors, it looks at each offering in terms of how well it addresses this cloud computing model. But it also takes into account the four key use cases for cloud-based BPM; an education vehicle for staff to gain BPM experience, a development and test platform, a platform for building workgroup processes to manage local task execution and workflow and a full cloud-based BPM deployment.

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Competitive review of BPM in the Cloud
By IBM Australia | 2/12/2014

This report focuses on the cloud-based BPM offerings now being delivered by many BPM vendors, in particular those that offer Platform as a Service BPM to complement their on premise license based solutions. ·PaaS provides ways to mitigate shortfalls in BPM, provides cost-effective usage-based funding and requires little in the way of support ·In order to anchor any assessment of BPM PaaS offerings, it is important to appreciate the most prevalent use cases ·This paper offers a vendor review with regards to cloud computing characteristics, BPM functionality and solution extensions

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Strategic business process management in the cloud
By IBM Australia | 2/12/2014

This whitepaper explains how to utilise the cloud for strategic business process management, helping deliver value to customers and improve back office efficiencies. ·With the complete fusion of IT and the modern enterprise, technology and business have become inseparable

·The excitement associated with cloud computing is not about on-demand IT; it is about on-demand business innovation

·The cloud without process cannot deliver on the promise of outside-in business transformation

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Optimize business processes faster with IBM Business Process Manager on Cloud
By IBM Australia | 2/12/2014

By taking advantage of ready-to- use virtual services and environments, you can significantly expedite new projects, reduce dependency on IT teams and create an environment for business agility. •Executives often employ business process management (BPM), to enhance agility •BPM uses software and services to identify, document, automate and continuously improve business processes •Address customer and IT-related challenges more effectively and help transform your enterprise to a BPM-focused, globally integrated organisation

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