Preview of BPM Pulse 2010 survey
In the 2010 edition of the annual BPM Pulse survey, 500 small, medium and large companies took part. Their response gives a good snapshot of where BPM stands today.
Craig Schiff offers a preview of the annual BPM Pulse survey in Beye Network. In the 2010 edition, 500 small, medium and large companies took part. Their response gives a good snapshot of where BPM stands today. Here are a few highlights:
- 41% of the companies are in the midst of a BPM project. But only 8% have completed their BPM projects.
- BPM remains a big boys’ play. BPM’s popularity is high with medium and large companies and drops off with smaller companies.
- Budgeting/forecasting and financial reporting remain popular performance management components.
It is noteworthy that only a small percentage of companies have managed to complete their BPM projects. Mr Schiff explains why: “…Most companies have multi-year performance management road maps that encompass budgeting, consolidation, reporting, dashboards, and operational analytics. It will take years for organizations to complete all of those phases…”
The IT universe is swinging towards BPM. BPM may emerge as ERP’s successor not just in terms of the size of IT budget required to implement it, but in complexity as well.
The highlights of the BPM Pulse 2010 survey will be available shortly. You can reserve your copy at: http://www.bpmpartners.com/bpmcentral_whitepapers.shtml