Access your Pro+ Content below.
Editor’s Letter – Strategies for mobile, high-performance enterprises
This article is part of the June 2012, Iss. 3 issue of Business Agility Insights
Today’s enterprises not only need to do more than ever before—they need to do it all faster, at lower cost, and, increasingly, on the run as well. And they need to be agile enough to adapt to change quickly. Business process management is certainly no exception. Both process-improvement work and business processes themselves must adapt to growing employee and customer demand for reliable, always-available mobile access. In many organizations, employees, partners and even customers also want processes that help them collaborate regardless of location and that support business-oriented social networking. No question: Addressing those hefty, constantly shifting requirements creates challenges for IT and business leaders alike. But as the experiences of some pioneering organizations indicate, meeting such demands is far from impossible. And experts say that—if approached correctly—the results are well worth the effort. This issue of ebizQ and SearchSOA’s Business Agility Insights examines strategic ways to use mobility and ...
Access this PRO+ Content for Free!
By submitting your email address, you agree to receive emails regarding relevant topic offers from TechTarget and its partners. You can withdraw your consent at any time. Contact TechTarget at 275 Grove Street, Newton, MA.
Features in this issue
Mobile computing is poised to enable radical transformation in just about every aspect of business, and BPM programs are no exception. But reaping mobile’s many benefits requires a solid strategy.
Mobility offers plenty of advantages for BPM—but it takes some finesse and expertise to build that capability into both new and existing processes. Here’s expert advice for doing the job right.
Today’s on-the-move workers expect constant, reliable mobile capability. Meanwhile, executives still want business value. The good news: It’s possible to create an architecture that meets both demands.
Columns in this issue
Today's enterprises not only need to do more than ever before—they need to do it all faster, at lower cost, and, increasingly, on the run as well. And they need to be agile enough to adapt to change quickly.