Ten Best Practices for Business Process Management (BPM) Deployment

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As with any new implementation, you should establish a starting point. For instance, identify a benchmark for how people currently perform a given function at an optimal level of output and develop a model of that (whether graphically or in a document). Use your business’ emails, phone calls, or chats to discern important information about how your business actually operates and then, when you’ve established these benchmarks, develop a workflow model that you want to implement.

Business process management (BPM) is the discipline focused on optimizing the efficiency of a business. Though there are many short- and long-term benefits to BPM implementation, improper deployment can jeopardize the overall success of the mission. Miguel Valdés Faura, CEO and co-founder of BonitaSoft, offers the following steps and guidelines that will help ensure the success of your organization’s BPM implementation while minimizing the possibility of any potential setbacks.

 

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