Achieving the ability to gain real-time visibility, immediately sense and respond, and continuously improve business processes are the core benefits of responsive process management, but what makes the Progress® Responsive Process Management (RPM) suite so powerful is the Progress Control Tower™ - a unified, interactive business control panel that gives users the tools they need to view what is happening within their business and the ability to improve it.
Dr. John Bates, Chief Technology Officer at Progress Software
In Part 7 of our 7 part video series, Take Control of Your Business, John talks briefly about the how the Progress Control Tower not only gives our customers visibility into their complex events but it also allows them to set up business rules and alerts so that they can continually change and evolve how their business processes operate.
Click here to learn more about Progress Control Tower.
Interested in hearing what industry analysts are saying about operational responsiveness? Watch the 3-minute teaser, Gain Efficiency. Avoid Risk. Seize Opportunity, by Gartner analyst Roy Schulte, and then download the entire video. You may also be interested in the paper Building Responsive Enterprises: One Decision at a Time written by industry analyst James Taylor.
Enjoy past videos of this seven part series:
What Is Operational Responsiveness?
Why Is Operational Responsiveness So Hard To Achieve?
Delivering Operational Responsiveness
our Types of Business Process Visibility
Immediate Sense and Respond
Continuous Process Improvement
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