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Cordys launches free online BPM Healthcheck

June 26, 2012 No Comments

Source: Cordys News

Today, Cordys launches a free online healthcheck to discover how your organization approaches BPM and what you can do to improve it.

How do you map out your business processes? How do you execute, manage and update them? The BPM Healthcheck will help you answer these questions and provide a clear view on the maturity of your BPM strategy. Moreover, it will map out the ability of your organization to capitalize on change. To take the free online BPM healthcheck, you can go to bpm.cordys.com. It will take just five minutes and after you complete it, you will receive a personalized report that will provide the basis for BPM improvement.

For business improvements, every leading organization today relies on IT. However, most of business decision makers (72%) believe that IT is not helping them achieve their business priorities. This was revealed in a survey conducted by independent research firm Vanson Bourne. The same study showed that 53% of the businesses using a Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) considered IT helpful compared with just 31% of non-BPMS users.

Click here to learn more about the Vanson Bourne survey.

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