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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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In recent years businesses have grown to be more dynamic and diverse: they involve complex communications, work teams scattered around the globe, mobile operations and online data storage. Working from the traditional business process management approach companies growing out of manual planning and implementing specialized business management software are often looking for pre-configured project management functionality that provide more flexibility while minimizing complexity and deployment costs.

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Document workflow is an issue in almost every industry, from healthcare to extractive metallurgy to retail apparel. A document management workflow may be used in the production of annual reports, in the approval of travel expenses, and countless other business activities. Document workflow software can be used to create a document management system (DMS) that can track, manage and store documents efficiently while drastically reducing the use of paper.



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Workflow simulation is self-descriptive: it is the simulation of the steps of a work process from end to end. It can be particularly valuable when you have a workflow that you want to change, but you want to test out changes before putting them into everyday practice. Of course, the more accurately a workflow simulation mirrors the actual process it simulates, the more valuable it can be.



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In their daily operation, both large corporations and small startups often face the same problems. Typical problems for all of them are manual task management, lost, duplicated or incomplete information and untraceable document versioning and activity context. All of them can be solved with the right software that automates manual processes and connects people, tasks and data in a unified working environment.

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A workflow diagram visually depicts steps and actions that define a process and how it should be accomplished. It shows how data and tasks flow through the steps, whether this is accomplished by humans or by machines, and it also shows under which conditions the process is allowed to continue forward. The flowchart is an example of a workflow diagram, but it’s not the only way workflows can be visualized.


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Visual workflow management is a technique, and it is adaptable to any organizational setup. One essential component of visual workflow management is developing processes that can be visualized from a “top view,” so that all steps in a process can be seen at once. It’s similar to how a flowchart works, but better because you can build automated steps into visual workflows. (more…)