To take action towards implementing business automation, it is necessary to understand the current level of maturity according to a model. Business automation is entirely based on Business Process Management implementation. Therefore, the Business Process Management Maturity (BPMM) helps to define the Business Automation Maturity. When seeking quality improvement, cost reduction, and delivery-time reduction, organizations tend to use standards… Continue reading Identifying Maturity Level
To start on a business automation path, the tech team should be able understand and identify when there are business processes and rules in the scenario of the project.
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This section describes roles from the IT point of view. These roles and descriptions are defined in a general way and only the key roles for BA are mentioned here. The business roles are based on BPM CBOK and were spiced with some field tech experience.
What is expected from the tech team in a business automation project? Business automation is definitely it's not about drawing diagrams or gathering pre-requisites. Have a glance at what it expected from a tech team, right in this post. This post is part of the jBPM getting started series.
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BPM: What, Why, When?
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