World’s First BPMS that Works
The fact that none of the existing BPMSs does not work is not new for IT professionals.
At least none of them works the way customers expect them to.
Moreover, none of them is able to work even theoretically.
Because software products available in the market positioned as BPMSs are simply not.
The best minds of the world have been trying to create a computer system (such as AI, etc.) that would manage organizations better than humans for decades after the advent of computers.
You do not even need to be an IT professional to understand it because BPM, as we know, is business process management which means managing business processes, whereas existing software products, claiming to be BPMSs, are able to do with them a lot but manage.
Indeed, how do beautiful diagrams and other multicolour flowcharts on the computer screen relate to the reality of the execution of the company’s business processes?
What does business process management look like.
Good looking charts aren't a goal in itself.
They do not at all. All existing BPMSs just visualize input data beautifully and nothing more because no matter how often we altered key parameters of the business processes within BPMSs, none of the changes would be reflected in reality.
Therefore the correct term for BPMSs should be BPPSs where BPP stands for business process presentation — a sort of PowerPoint configured to visualize value chain schemes.
Systems architects, analysts and other useless bureaucrats work to design and maintain BPMSs while the staff members from the sales team to storekeepers and drivers responsible to perform the key business processes of the company follow their own rules generally unknown to top management.
Thus, in the context of effective business process management, a BPMS of a can of spray paint and a wall is not inferior to the most expensive software.
They both do not work in exactly the same way.
The key mistake of the BPM mainstream approach is setting targets beyond addressing the issue of the effective management of an organization as a whole.
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Indeed, is it conceivable to effectively manage somehow separate business processes significantly without making some holistic organizational changes? It clearly is a bureaucratic utopia.
In turn, is it possible to make some holistic organizational changes effectively without changing its management technologies?
This is clearly a rhetorical question.
A digital twin of your enterprise created and replicated using the mutual mapping technology reflects the company’s real business processes automatically the way they exist in reality (and not in fabricated reports from BPMS architects).
Mutual mapping is the world's first implementation of the Digital Twin technology to manage businesses.
Mutual mapping provides a universal platform to create digital twins of arbitrary organizations effectively.
But a digital twin created using the mutual mapping technology not just “reflects”.
Mutual mapping provides such opportunities precisely for proactive business process management that many still consider highly improbable.