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The Business Process Factory

"In many ways, organizations are just beginning to confront the most fundamental inefficiencies that stretch horizontally across their own ecosystems and those of their partners. We have lately looked at how enterprises are just crossing gaps between execution and planning in the supply chain; reacting better to exceptions in demand and supply; and responding by use of historical intelligence and more current information now being sensed in enterprise systems.
In every case, enterprises are trying to break down the walls between applications, lines of business, departments and individuals. They are looking to create more continuous business processes that transcend these artificial boundaries This is of huge importance because business process automation really helps enable the future everyone talks about: the true engagement of business operations with information technology."

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