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BPM Spending to Increase in 2011

July 27, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  Information Age

Just over half of organisations plan to increase their spending on business process management (BPM) this year, according to a survey by analyst company Gartner.

Of the 600 respondents, all from medium-sized to large end-user organisations, 54% said they planned to increase BPM spending by 5% or more in 2011. Nearly 20% said they planned an increase of more than 10%.
Gartner research analyst Teresa Jones said money was becoming available for BPM as it focuses on improving business outcomes and meets the requirements of return- to-growth strategies.

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