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Can BPMS ensure ‘Effectiveness’?

The short answer is: ‘No.’ The slightly longer one is: ‘No, because effectiveness requires verification of outcomes by means of substantial additional, costly bureaucracy outside the BPMS. If that cost would be properly accounted for, BPMS don’t even provide efficiency.’

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Max J. Pucher

Max J. Pucher - Chief Architect ISIS Papyrus Software

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