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Accelerate ROI for Business Process Management (BPM)
Business process management (BPM) consists of software and expertise, designed to improve the performance, visibility, and agility of business processes. With

waste management store hours  processes that result in waste, errors, rework and inefficiencies. For example, processes are sometimes poorly documented or even misunderstood. Bottlenecks lead to lost productivity, exceptions and errors. The use of disparate, non-integrated tools adds more inefficiencies and process changes that are inconsistent and unplanned. Despite these problems, many users are reluctant to adopt new and unfamiliar processes that might involve extensive training or adjustments in the way they do their jobs. The goo

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