Business process management is a key tool in linking your company’s line of business (LOB) and their IT department. The communication process between the two has been further facilitated via the introduction of business process execution language (BPEL) and BPM Notation. Ensuring the workflow is efficient, effective and flexible is an essential base for any competitive company.
IThound’s resources on this area include case studies on BPM software, analyst reports on horizontal and vertical BPM frameworks and major industry best practices.
80% of all business communication is via email, yet a vast majority of businesses fail to understand the risks they take by not protecting the information transmitted between employees, customers and suppliers. Read this guide to learn the facts surrounding email retention and UK compliance laws. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Regulation & Standards | Published: July 2014 | Type: White Paper
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Liberty Seguros is a leading insurance company with ambition to connect every department and external partner through an end-to-end solution that placed the customer at the core of operations and analytics. Read to find out about one of the longest-running and complex installations ever undertaken. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Business Process Management (BPM) | Published: July 2014 | Type: Case Study
Rapid growth in their mortgage lending business had put the Cambridge Building Society processing and operations departments under pressure. They wanted to streamline the end to end mortgage application process to improve the customer experience for brokers and customers; read to find out how. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Financial Management Solutions | Published: June 2014 | Type: Case Study
This case study on Accord, the central processing hub for Yorkshire Building Society, highlights their need for improvements in processing speed and efficiency. Read to find out how they were able to speed up documentation and administration from several days to minutes vastly improving efficiency. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Business Process Management (BPM) | Published: June 2014 | Type: Case Study
Company: Original Software
Quality issues with a core sales and administration application were disrupting business and severely impacting operational efficiency. Find out how Ageas 50 solved the problem and significantly improved the quality of deployed applications with post deployment issues reducing by over 94%. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Business Process Management (BPM) | Published: February 2014 | Type: White Paper
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Many insurance companies are using long established, but sometimes out-dated, processes. The key is to move forward with both updated business processes and flexible IT systems that are aligned, with good communication and understanding between IT and those driving the business. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Business Process Management (BPM) | Published: December 2013 | Type: White Paper
Company: Thru Inc
Cloud-based managed file transfer platforms enable many business processes to be performed more efficiently, reliably and securely. This white paper discusses five common business processes that are enabled by a managed file transfer platform. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Collaborative Tools | Published: November 2013 | Type: White Paper
This white paper provides a guide for beginners in the managed service industry. It gives advice on formulating the right strategy, selecting appropriate tools, how to price your service, avoiding risks and what can be achieved by building a successful managed service provider. Read to find out more VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Managed Service Provider (MSP) | Published: July 2013 | Type: White Paper
Rating: + 7
Most organisations that license software such as Windows, SQL Server, Oracle Weblogic and Oracle Database on a per processor or per host basis are spending far more than is required. By optimising VM placements, organisations can achieve savings of greater than 50%. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Virtualisation | Published: April 2013 | Type: Webinar
Company: Exact software
Members of business communities interact to make decisions. If the actions involved are not integrated, processes can be disrupted, leading to a loss of competitive edge. This highlights the need for workflow management, so employees know exactly what they need to do and when. Read to find out more. VIEW SUMMARY
Category: Workflow Technologies | Published: April 2013 | Type: White Paper
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