The Business Process Automation Tools market is the natural evolution of the earlier Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (iBPMS) market, adding more capabilities for greater intelligence within business processes. The Business Process Automation Tools have enhanced their core offerings by acquiring or building adjacent capabilities such as low-code application development, process mining, task mining, document management, AI/ML and process analytics.
Gartner defines a trading platform as a computer system designed to perform financial market analysis, capture and process daily treasury transactions, evaluate the risks associated with those transactions, provide settlement and reporting functionality, and post transaction records to accounts and other financial records repositories. Trading platforms directly or indirectly facilitate the placement of orders for financial products with another financial entity or intermediary over a network. These financial offerings include products and asset classes such as equities, bonds/fixed income instruments, foreign exchange, money market/cash instruments, commodities and derivatives. The financial entities involved in the transactions include brokers, market makers/principals, investment banks, universal banks, hedge funds and asset managers. Trading platforms facilitate electronic/digital transactions that may be undertaken by trading firms from any location using available computer networking infrastructure.
The primary payer care management workflow applications user is the payer-employed care manager (under titles such as nurse, care coordinator, health coach or health advocate). This person does the work of utilization management (UM), case management (CM), disease management (DM) or wellness program support. This work includes comparing requested services against standards of medical necessity, interacting with providers and their administrative staff, completing assessments with members during telephone engagements, establishing and documenting progress on care plans, and motivating member behavior change. The role of the care manager, however, is diversifying in today’s market. Care managers work in support of many different business and operating models, deploying widely differing expertise across many different communication channels.