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Client: Red Hat Ltd
Format: Whitepaper
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Language: English
Date: 06.09.2018

The Enterprise in Motion: Phenomena Transforming Business Process Management and Mobility

Applications must now support structured business processes, unstructured content-driven workflows, and dynamic collaboration within the rules and policies set forth by the enterprise. They need to be designed, developed, tested and deployed rapidly, and changed quickly when needed. They also need to be exposed to any and all platforms, mobile devices and things with little to no impact on application design or code.

While this all seems daunting, it really isn’t. In fact it’s already under way. Industry-leading organizations are now exploiting interoperable business process management (BPM) and mobile application platforms (MAPs) to enable the process-oriented mobile applications needed to transform the way they do business. This paper examines the phenomena driving this trend, and the common approaches to digital transformation that enable the enterprise in motion.

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