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Embrace Big Process Thinking

February 15, 2012 No Comments

I’ve been working on a big idea for several months. The genesis was an internal collaboration about the future of enterprise suites versus business process management suites (BPMS).

We actually had a mock debate about the future of these two software categories and asked:

  • Will enterprise suites, like CRM and ERP, dominate in 2015?
  • Or will BPM suites come on strong by 2015 and displace them as the next generation software platform for processes?
  • Or will both types of suites sit somewhat uncomfortably within the same organization tackling different types of processes?

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