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The Current State of BPM in Organizations

July 27, 2011 No Comments

When I became the owner of the Process Excellence track at ProcessWorld 2011 I was very happy because there is no better way to get first hand information on the current state of BPM in organizations.

In this post, I will share three customer presentations held at ProcessWorld Europe in Berlin.

  • German Ministry of Defense
  • Deutsche Telekom
  • Cable & Wireless

You can find more blog posts about these customer presentations, as well as others from ProcessWorld Europe, in the ARIS Community.

German Ministry of Defense: Business Process Management in Big Organizations

The first customer presentation in Berlin was from the German Ministry of Defense. The Bundeswehr is a very large organization with more than 190,000 employees. This includes men and women in uniform serving in the armed services and organizational departments.

Read More of Joerg Klueckmann;s Blog Post on Software AG

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