Gartner Research

BPM Survey Insights: Business More Likely Than IT to Drive BPM Projects

Published: 24 June 2011

ID: G00213401

Analyst(s): Teresa Jones

Summary

The 2010 Gartner BPM Adoption Survey indicates that BPM projects are more likely to be driven by the business side than by IT. Business process directors who understand which constituencies are driving these projects can prepare a better business case for investing in BPM in their organizations.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview

Analysis

  • Business Drives BPM Projects Most Often, but Joint Leadership Is Common
  • BPM Funding Is More Likely to Come From the Business Side
  • The Presence of a Business Process Competency Center (BPCC) Affects Drivers and Funding for BPM
  • Business Users Show Slight Edge in Leading a Model-Driven Approach

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