Business process management (BPM) technology is gaining mainstream adoption, but larger firms and particularly those with BPM centers of excellence are enjoying the greatest success.
These are the key findings of a new report from Forrester Research, which offers detailed analyses of BPM software adoption, deployment maturity by company size, project focus and even vendor selection. But for those focused on results, the report's key finding is that "having a BPM center of excellence significantly increases the odds of BPM success."
By all accounts, the market for business process management suites is on a heady growth curve. Gartner projects the market will reach $5.1bn by 2011, while IDC and Forrester put that figure at $5.5bn and $6.3bn, respectively. But how do these market projections relate to actual adoption within the enterprise? "BPM Has Become Mainstream" offers a more concrete perspective backed by two separate research studies.
Source: Intelligent Enterprise, http://www.intelligententerprise.com
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