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Business Process Management (BPM) Essentials are Unveiled for Companies Experiencing Growth and Expansion
Online resources are now available through Document Management University which demonstrate various methods of
business process improvement for growing companies.
/24-7PressRelease/ - INDIANAPOLIS, IN, February 19, 2006 - Effortless Business Process Management (BPM) is now a
reality for companies utilizing the systems, hardware and software customized for their purposes.
Despite the fact that each industry's model of Business Process Management (BPM) is specialized, the primary processes
consist of basic components that are utilized in all industries. By working with the executives and employees of an individual
company, a business process management (BPM) specialist can help them examine their needs, define their goals and
develop effective strategies for business process improvement. Such strategies can include the installation of better-
performing computer systems, updated communications systems and the customization of specific business process
The value of making business process improvement efforts is often not evident to companies until they begin experiencing
significant growth and find their business process management (BPM) systems are inadequate. The majority of US and
European companies, however, are currently finding it difficult to stay afloat in the present economic climate. Without
realizing it, many are missing their most significant opportunity to remain competitive ... through streamlining. By
researching business process management (BPM) options and investing in business process improvement, customized
solutions and strategies can dramatically elevate a company's performance above its competitors'.
The opportunity exists now for companies to begin researching options and strategies without any investment. Document
Management University provides educational resources which explain the basic concepts of business process management
(BPM). Through its articles, various methods of business process improvement are demonstrated which address a variety of
industry-specific issues. These online resources are free of charge, and no registration is required to use them. They are an
ideal starting point for companies contemplating their next step in growth or solvency.
Cornerstone Communications (http://www.cstoneindy.com) provides educational resources, business process improvement
strategies, as well as the latest hardware and business process software for companies challenged by growth and