Podcast: Developing Your Lean Process Improvement Game Plan

Our latest featured podcast is Clay Richardson's "Developing Your Lean Process Improvement Game Plan".

 

BP&A Senior Analyst Clay Richardson interviews Tom Higgins, CIO with Territory Insurance Office, a commercial insurance and financial services firm based in Darwin, Australia. The discussion covers how TIO was able to deliver value to the business by delivering business process management in a cost effective way – without the usual bloat and excessive overhead associated with enterprise BPM initiatives.

 

 

 

 

We look forward to your questions and comments.

 

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Podcast: Are Process Mashups Ready For Primetime?

Our latest featured podcast is Clay Richardson's "Are Process Mashups Ready For Primetime?".

 

In this podcast, BP&A Senior Analyst Clay Richardson speaks about how companies are using process mashups and the emerging trends within the space.

 

 

We look forward to your questions and comments.

 

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Developing Your Lean Process Improvement Game Plan

Clay Richardson interviews Tom Higgins, CIO with Territory Insurance Office, a commercial insurance and financial services firm based in Darwin, Australia. The discussion covers how TIO was able to deliver value to the business by delivering business process management in a cost effective way — without the usual bloat and excessive overhead associated with enterprise BPM initiatives.

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Clay-Richardson
By Clay Richardson

When you spend time taking a sober look at a market's maturity - like we did with our recently published BPM Tech Radar report - some technologies make you yawn, but then other technologies give you goose bumps.  The primary purpose of the BPM Tech Radar was to map the maturity of the 15 most critical technologies that make up the BPM landscape.  This included tried and true technologies such as workflow, process modeling, document imaging, and business rules; in addition to bleeding and leading edge technologies such as process data management and process mashups.  

 
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