Here is a Quick Snapshot of the Challenges faced in a BPM Implementation.
Knowing the problems and risks that you may face in a BPM project – is half the battle.
From my experience, these are the 5 main problems and risks that give me grey hair.
Missing the Business Pain
The top reason for a BPM project “going cold” is missing the business pain.
Unlike IT projects, where creating an application with “lots of functionality” is enough, a BPM project must tackle and solve the main business pain.
If the finance department still needs to spend the same amount of time filling in “an electronic form” (instead of a paper form), or if the workflow hasn’t cut down the time it takes the sales team to approve a quote – the project will go cold.
Trying to use BPMS software for something it wasn’t designed for
The temptation to try to use the BPMS wizards to create a non-workflow application (like creating…
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