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Business Process Management is becoming more and more popular in the world of business. Early BPM adopters are now facing remarkable success watching their revenues increase and those who at first hesitated, are now ready to invest in a BPM solution. The bpm market has covered a great amount of business needs offering powerful solutions but the digital transformation generates even more needs introducing a next generation bpm software era for the bpm providers to follow. Looking back to the stages of evolution of BPM platforms through the years, we can see that BPM solutions continuously change to cover the…
Many wonder, is Project Management for Engineers or the IT guys within the Organization? Yes it is, however Projects do not generate value unless the Business people get involved, participate and track outputs. In theory, Project Management is an applied approach of mature methodologies to Plan, Execute & Monitor working packages, including initiating and closing. Projects indeed carry on what has been agreed for delivery to the stakeholders (aka, whoever has interest on the results), thus it has portions of technical know-how. Being the delivery man/woman (Project Manager) is related to satisfying those ordered the work, achieving performance standards. But,…
ITO-360 stands as a 360-degree design thinking perspective to enterprise optimization, which requires the joint of digitalization of data, business processes and assets, with the intent to reduce costs while maximizing business value. Leading in Digitalization Some key technologies that drive the Digital Transformation are Cloud Computing, Analytics, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Mobility. Digital experts, no matter if they work in companies that are IT-intuitive or not, have a grand opportunity to determine the transformational change in the organization using the most from these technologies. Thus, digitization needs direction and this lies in the cost optimization by keeping in…
Gantt chart definition A Gantt chart is a type of bar chart that illustrates a project schedule in terms of project activities against time. It was first introduced in the 1910’s by Henry Gantt in his effort to visualize project management timelines, and is now the most popular tool among traditional and modern project management methods worldwide. It is easy to understand the structure of a Gantt chart: it consists mostly of bars and connections between them. The bars represent the start and finish dates of tasks while the connections represent dependencies among them (for example a task has to…
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