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Workflow management software provides capabilities for business automation and process optimization. Workflow Management systems (WMS) enable data and document management along the whole cycle of the business process and facilitate collaboration across departments and offices. Such software is essential for quickly developing companies as it ensures precise activity tracking, visibility into delayed tasks and fully digital data and document management. A Workflow Management system is also the first choice software for those on the way from Outlook-based activity tracking towards a more system-driven approach. (more…)

We live in a world where keeping track of everything is very important when minimizing costs, reducing employee turnover, and maximizing the customer experience. Resource management will help you do all of these things. The definition of resource management is broad and includes all of the information needed both to keep track of internal actions that are vital to the operation of the business and to run customer accounts. Let’s have a look on each part separately.

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Task management is the act of managing a task from start to finish. The task management definition is broad but specific in regards to certain steps that are involved. These steps include the planning of the task, testing, tracking progress, and reporting the results. Task management helps individuals and groups meet goals by setting personal or collective milestones.

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Product data management can have a tremendous impact on the productivity and efficiency of a business. With more and more consumers now shopping online as well as on wireless devices, it has become more important than ever for businesses to ensure their product data are managed in the most effective manner possible. The right product data management software can serve as a central repository for a variety of information regarding product history. Integration of such information can assist any business user who must interact with products, including engineers, project managers, buyers, salespeople, and quality assurance teams. With the benefits provided by product data management, retail businesses of all sizes can take advantage of a more streamlined business operation while operating more efficiently.

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In today’s modern world, companies of all sizes find they must manage massive amounts of computer resources and information. The sheer volume of data coming into companies continues to rise at an exponential rate. Even more concerning is the fact that the variety and volume of data will continue to increase in years to come. Developing an effective enterprise data management strategy is critical.

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Business Process Management (BPM) software doesn’t just cut costs, but improves revenues, so return on investment happens at both ends of the balance sheet. But maximizing ROI for BPM software requires that organizations embrace BPM methodology and have the training and motivation to put the software to its most effective uses.

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The promises and possibilities offered by BPM are endless. Every company wants to take the advantage of unprecedented agility while lowering costs and increasing sales. However, in reality BPM is not an endless sea of opportunity but rather a road, which one should follow persistently. The majority of companies have to face a difficult solution: “Go wide” which increases the scope of process work or “Go deep” which increases the degree of control. Anatoly Belaychuk helps us decide which strategy is the best approach. (more…)

It may seem like a good idea to allow workflows to develop “organically,” similarly to the way college campuses observe where students walk when choosing where to install new sidewalks. And while allowing workflows to develop organically can be a good start, the original workflow is rarely ideal once people get used to it.

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In one of his latest articles, Comindware BPM Evangelist Anatoly Belaychuk delves into the essentials of BPM and ACM. Although many consider ACM and BPM are different in reality they are practically the same. In a series of concrete examples, ranging from case and process interoperability to unified task management, Anatoly explains how processes and cases are not that different as they may seem.

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In one of his latest articles, Comindware BPM Evangelist Anatoly Belaychuk touches on one of the hottest topics in company boardrooms – Digital Transformation.  Anatoly defines the essence of Digital Transformation and how the new generation of “digital natives” is radically changing the way in which companies conduct business.  He also is able to define the critical components that lead to change answering the question of what should the CEO’s and CFO’s focus on.

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