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As I have mentioned many times before in various forums, next generation business applications need to be able to quickly adapt to business changes. The old, traditional way of hard-coding workflows is just not acceptable anymore. There is a need to drive continuous change and process improvement even within pre-existing business applications.
But how can you tell whether or not your application is in need of an update? Here are five signs that you need a business process-enabled application:
In summary, if any of these points resonate with you, maybe it's time to think about business process-enabling YOUR business application.
Thanks and, as always, please feel free to drop me a line and let me know what you think.
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