Business Process Management (BPM) modeling, design and development

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About Business Process Management (BPM) modeling, design and development

Business Process Management (BPM) is a type of management that compares both the desires of clients and the organization’s assets to support the business’s efficiency and effectiveness while integrating technology and promoting innovation. In today’s market, there are two BPM frameworks, horizontal and vertical. The horizontal frameworks deal more with the design and development of the business’s processes, while the vertical frameworks focus on a certain domain which has templates that can easily be reconfigured or deployed. In this topic section, discover valuable resources for BPM modeling, design and development.