Traditional BPM Gives Way To Digital Process Automation

The BPM landscape is changing and constantly evolving. With traditional Business Process Management (BPM) projects, the primary goal is mainly cost reduction, justifying the expense and resource-intensive nature of these projects.

However, as technology evolves, Digital Process Automation (DPA) is quickly emerging as an important evolution of the traditional category of Business Process Management. There is now a growing business need to automate processes as part of wider digital transformation initiatives.

 “Within the next two years, the primary goal for business process management projects will be to drive digital transformation initiatives.” – Traditional BPM Gives Way to Digital Process Automation, Forrester Research, Inc., February 2017.

Where once cost savings drove Business Process Management, the new goal is now digital transformation. Digitizing all business functions becomes a priority as businesses move increasingly toward a customer-obsessed operating model.

BPM - Forrester drivers for traditional BPM shift

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To make the shift from Business Process Management to Digital Process Automation, application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals should look for vendor offerings with three characteristics:

1. Tools to build and onboard applications fast

2. A focus on user experience

3. Innovation at consumer pace

Make the shift with FlowForma BPM

An award-winning Microsoft Office 365® Add-In, FlowForma is a no-code BPM tool, which enables business users and Heads of Departments to quickly implement processes such as HR onboarding, new product development and clinical trials as well as many others, increasing organizational efficiency and productivity.

Unlike most traditional BPM softwaresFlowForma has all three characteristics recommended by Forrester to make the shift from BPM to DPA:

Tools to build and onboard applications fast

The FlowForma BPM tool enables business change by allowing rapid prototyping of no code business solutions, which can be configured by the process owner or business decision maker, with an intuitive user interface to encourage adoption. Integrated forms, workflow and document generation are combined in one easy to use toolkit to build complete solutions.

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