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BPM To Drive Big Data, Cloud And Mobile Adoption In Digital Enterprise

Written by  Ravi Vadugu | 01 January 2013
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bpm trendsIt is no surprise that any survey right now reveals that next few years will see big data, cloud and mobile technologies to drive the enterprise world. However a recent survey from Software AG, one of the vendor appearing consistently in Gartner and Forrester quadrants each year, has revealed that business process management will be the key driver for adoption of mentioned technologies across next two years.

Briefly, the survey points to following findings

  • The survey confirms that Big Data, Cloud, Mobile & Collaborative technologies will all show adoption rates of over 20% in the coming 24 months
  • Business processes management is seen as a key adoption driver with over 40% of attendees planning projects
  • Management of Big Data is being driven by a need for real-time business insights and faster business decisions (over 33% of responders)
  • Cloud adoption driven by the integration of hybrid (on and off premise) application integration (44%)

Asked to identify technologies that will open major business opportunities, over 20% of responders see the management of Big Data and collaborative work practices as important technologies, over 30% see Cloud and mobile applications driving new business and over 40% see BPM as the key technology in the digital enterprise.

To echo its readiness to the upcoming trends Software AG has recently announced its release of ARIS 9.0 and webMethods 9.0 platforms, its flagship products for BPM, SOA, Process Analysis, Integration and governance including BPM, B2B, MDM and SOA governance. This release sees its major applications spanning across cloud, social networking and mobile computing along with integration with its recent big data platform acquisition, Terracotta.

Software AG claims its modular, extendable, adaptable and scalable IT infrastructure will enable agile and flexible business processes to provide required business insights to customers. An early customer access program for ARIS 9.0 and webMethods 9.0 is scheduled for Q4 2012, general availability starts in Q1 2013.

“Driving the adoption of these technologies is the need for faster, better informed business decisions”, stated Software AG CTO, Wolfram Jost. “But the real-time data, rapid scalability and fast decision making enabled by these technologies are of little use if companies still take months or years to implement business process change. The market will not wait, By integrating business processes with Big Data, the Cloud and both Mobil and Collaborative applications we are giving enterprises an uninterrupted rapid response service to changing market conditions”.

Ravi Vadugu

Ravi Vadugu

An IT professional with over 12 years of experience. Project management is what i do. Curious/Interested in upcoming technologies, trends, software methodologies(e.g. Agile) and software tools. Love sharing knowledge with rest of the community.

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