What is RPM? Responsive Process Management (RPM) allows an organization to sense and respond to changing conditions and customer interactions as they occur, enabling these businesses to analyze and track what is about to happen as opposed to what has already happened.
For example, we can see RPM’s impact in routine activities such as flight operations management and customer experience within an airline. This slideshow will explain how an RPM solution benefits the airline by examining a scenario of traveling for a business meeting from Boston, connecting through Cincinnati, and landing in San Francisco. Each situation will show a common event in air travel and describe the result if that airline has or does not have an RPM solution in place. Finally, it will illustrate what it could mean for the IT department.
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