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Global Business Process Management Report for 2009-2013, Now Available
Companiesandmarkets.com, an online business information aggregator that offers its clients more than 500,000 company profiles and market reports, has announced the availability of a new report on the global BPM market—the Global Business Process Management (BPM) Market Report 2009-2013.
Created by TechNavio Insights, a provider of market intelligence reports based on IT market intelligence platform Technavio, the report is a must-have for those with a stake in the global BPM industry, as well as those who are otherwise interested in the industry. The Global BPM Market Report 2009-2013 offers readers a look at the global BPM industry from 2009 to the present, as well as forecast of the future size of the industry from the present to 2013. In addition, it also provides readers with profiles of some key vendors operating in the market, and also discusses top developing market trends, the challenges the market faces, and current market drivers as well.
Business Process Management or BPM is a discipline whose importance has increasingly come to the fore in recent times. BPM solutions have been used for service desk software, internal administration processes, case management, and constituent relationship management. Organizations use BPM to help them align disparate business aspects according to the needs of their clients. BPM is able to do so by providing linkages between disparate processes, systems and people to cut down on inefficiency and waste and boost operations. By doing so it aims to bring about improved business performance.
In addition, BPM continues to become more significant thanks to the fact that it is rapidly becoming a viable solution for those companies in search of ways to boost their business process agility, transparency and control. These are becoming increasingly important for companies these days given the increasing market regulations and globalization. Secondly, BPM software solutions can adjust to organizations’ existing processes and resources in order to help them easily and quickly respond to the market.
The versatility and power of BPM solutions have made them increasingly attractive for public-sector organizations, which use BPM software to manage risk, increase efficiency and reduce complexity.
Anuradha Shukla is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Juliana Kenny