Executive Briefings

CFOs Give High Marks to Business Process Management

The people who make sure all the beans are counted and accounted for--chief financial officers--are thinking about bits and bytes these days.
By a slim margin, the CFOs say they'll most likely make technology upgrades at their companies. Further down the list were initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions, geographic expansion and new products or services.
The second-most likely initiative at companies surveyed is business process improvements, a systematic approach to defining a company's goals and changing the business to meet those goals.
Source: BPM Today, http://www.bpm-today.com

The people who make sure all the beans are counted and accounted for--chief financial officers--are thinking about bits and bytes these days.
By a slim margin, the CFOs say they'll most likely make technology upgrades at their companies. Further down the list were initiatives such as mergers and acquisitions, geographic expansion and new products or services.
The second-most likely initiative at companies surveyed is business process improvements, a systematic approach to defining a company's goals and changing the business to meet those goals.
Source: BPM Today, http://www.bpm-today.com