Five Ways Traditional BPM Will Fail

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Consider the learning curve that accompanies any new technology system. It takes a good amount of time to understand new features and how to use them effectively – time that could be spent on your actual job. Traditional BPM technology is not user-friendly.

Tip: Look for a system that has a similar interface to the one you’re used to (e.g., a Microsoft Outlook inbox look/feel).

Businesses today have a wealth of technology options at their fingertips, but what platform is best for activities like task management and workflow automation? Comindware says a business process management (BPM) software system is a good choice, but not your traditional BPM – we’re talking about adaptive, flexible BPM. Read on to find out why traditional BPM will fail you.

 

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