In today’s fiercely competitive environment, enterprises of all sizes are constantly looking at ways to boost efficiency, react quickly to market changes and improve customer satisfaction. A process-centric approach leveraging business process management (BPM) technology for developing and enhancing business applications is a key ingredient in the recipe for success. Closely related to process-centricity is the need to bring a new level of agility and speed to the task of implementing business rules and logic. A Business Rules Management System (BRMS) can empower line of business analysts to rapidly evolve business rules in line with changing market conditions. BRMS can also help developers make their applications more manageable by shifting often complex and convoluted code-based business logic to a declarative, model-based system.
Are you just starting out with BPM or BRMS? Are you a seasoned BPM or BRMS veteran? With the new agility benchmarking tool you can advance and access your current capabilities and determine which steps are necessary to forge ahead.
With our agility benchmarking tool you can:
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The assessment works from an interactive questionnaire about your organization and its current practices. You start by stating which industry your organization is in, in which region of the world it is located, and its size – this information enables us to benchmark your scores effectively.
Whether you are an executive, a business analyst, or an application developer, see what drives your business processes and rapidly customize your applications to provide continuous process improvement. Create a little challenge to see how you measure against your peers and colleagues – and have a little fun!
Gary is responsible for developing go-to-market strategies, providing technical marketing support and developing best practice materials for the Rollbase aPaaS platform.
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