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Technology Product Adoption via Marketing Emotions or Emotionless Meditation

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A day before I was reading an article about the major reason for driving buyer decisions is marketing emotions or logical reasons. Here, it is a true fact that marketing drives emotions for purchase decisions most of the time. At the same time, the business leaders also well experienced to understand what would benefit their organization, still many times, they are forced to follow the trend of the industry, marketing hype and without digging the surface.

Marketing directly or indirectly can easily create a perspective of the product and to sometime artificially drive the need in the market by a lot of articulated articles to somehow align buyers towards its need. Even, many “strategy and consulting” companies, who define trends in the market drive preset hypes created around those products due to the commercial’s interest.

The second important reason, which affects the buying decision is the references, who else is using particular products and makes it easy for them to decide without taking any risk on own shoes. Definitely that reduces the risk, however, it also reduces the understanding of the actual need of the product in the context of their organization.

I have quite observed, almost every other organization is following the same pattern except a few who really want to disrupt and want to take the risk to think or rethink differently and build an ecosystem not just to the specific problem, but to solve many things while solving that one problem.

Rather following the rule of the same game everywhere, its time to do meditate every day every time about ‘what is right’, ‘how much we actually understand’, ‘what fits well’ and most importantly ‘what does it mean’ in context of your organization before you plan to invest your budget.

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Digital Inside is still a long way to in Government!

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Digital Inside is still a long way to go in Government!

A reality check in government departments in many states by the team. Actually, we found internally almost all the departments are functioning with traditional paper based processes even current software system not enough to drive things easily! They seems to more comfortable with traditional way to operation. Even, it is risky and cumbersome to operate manually. Does that means government require a revolutionary changes to establish digital IQ in their processes by establishing integrated digital nerve system in core of their operations?

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Build Organization Digital IQ with bpmEdge – An integrated full stack platform let you Digitally Connect Everything to Everything

Blog 3Build Digital IQ of an organisation by embracing bpmEdge BPMS software platform by implementing an integrated digital nervous system.  The bpmEdge software platform aim to help companies orchestrate resources, route work to the right people, automate routine manual tasks, and enable self-service where none existed before.

In a business landscape where companies need to be more agile and ever, always ready to pivot, the bpmEdge BPMS software platform helped line-of-business and IT departments align their goals and work together more efficiently.

Pericent is taking proactive efforts to extend capabilities of bpmEdge BPMS software platform by building various adapters to extend bpmEdge work-step’s library for essential technology frameworks.

These adapters are used in modelling and implementation of processes with certain advance functions like artificial intelligent decisions, machine learning, google vision and video analysing adapters and even big data analytics.

  • OmniChannel Strategy, here bpmEdge as BPM technology platform plays a critical role to successfully achieve Digitisation and Omni-channel strategy across the enterprise. Digitalisation cannot be achieved without aligning back-end processes with front end (consumer facing business areas), and BPM can be the key enabler for that.
  • Artificial intelligence/machine learning/cognitive API adapters in bpmEdge BPMS platform would be ready to integrate with AI platform like Google Cloud AI. It enable the ability to automate and update decisions based on continuous evaluation of incoming data within particular business process.
  • Internet of Things devicesrepresent in form of adapters as system activity that integrate with any particular business to activate when sense a signal event and do respond to events and information about their environments and even how products are being used.
  • Data analyticsplugged in bpmEdge BPMS platform can centralise data and provides insights to decision makers and applications based on data coming in from across their enterprises and beyond.
  • Robotic process automationenables the automation of routine manual tasks with integrated tagUI framework.
  • Business Rules management integrated using Rule Task in bpmEdge BPMS platform enable decision makers to assemble, on demand, decision matrix and Ruleset that drive business processes.
  • Micro-servicesadapters in bpmEdge BPMS platform provide the means to quickly place and launch essential applications when are where they are needed.


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Can we replace ERP with BPM or are they complementary?

Blog 4Can we replace ERP with BPM or are they complementary?

The people are getting confused since working in both BPM/ERP, as BPM/ERP is not just software, but a “holistic management approach” or a “business strategy“. Business Process Management (BPM) revolves around business processes.

However, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) revolves around organisational resources and business functions. Can a BPM software solution replace an ERP system? Yes, in many cases BPM can replace an ERP system.

I believe, once a business has implemented all its function on BPM based platform, having a more transparent system with change agility, more better visualisation of business operational blueprint, highly configurable, easily up-gradable to new compliance, much lower IT cost, achieve more ROI.

Moreover, every business has its own unique nature even many internal functions are common and standard, similar to if we can compare it with human body and mind, as every human body/mind is built using same mechanism, still every human unique nature to operate, to achieve results accordingly.

Also, let me compare in other way, ERP is ready to eat, just make it hot and eat, BPM platform is rather like cooking your own food, as per your specific need, and you know the ingredients used, can digest well.

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The umbrella of BPM eco-system

Blog 5BThe umbrella of BPM eco-system,

is an umbrella platform of execute, monitor, analyse, improve end to end business process, as everything happens in an organisation is part of a business process. It ensures everything in sync including across, customers, departments, vendors, governmental, social interfaces.

It can’t be build by implementing one major BPM project in an organisation as I did notice in majority of case studies I have read till now talk about implementation of 1-2 major processes to achieve organisation wide results of efficiency. I strongly believe that it is rather a continuous step by step implementation of BPM project with year to year agenda, which is accountable on ROI.

The complete BPM eco-system implementation includes Mash of processes of various categories like conscious processes to execute day to day interaction, sub-conscious, which are background processes. I also noticed in various major organisations the IT infrastructure having lots of Island of proprietary technologies, even keep adding/changing more ready to use solutions every years to accomplished short terms results.

Here, the BPM eco-system can primarily serves as umbrella platform to accommodate existing legacy systems underneath as well as integration with new upcoming business requirements.

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