Roger Burlton, Paul Harmon, and Celia Wolf established Business Process Trends to provide a comprehensive, reliable and unbiased source of information relating to trends, directions and best practices in business process. Our goals were, and continue to be to:

  • Educate and Support the Market including business and IT practitioners and users, corporate managers and senior executives, software and hardware vendors, consulting organizations and standards organizations.
  • Present Information regarding what users are doing, what technologies vendors are developing and delivering, what methodologies are working and what trends and standards are emerging.
  • Provide a Forum for presentation of varying points of view and opposing perspectives on current trends and directions in a rich content environment.
  • Standardize and Support Best Practices across all segments of the market engaged in Business Process.

Why We Created Business Process Trends

Today, every manager is engaged in some form of business process change. The market has a broad range of tools, technologies, practices, and market segments, often confusing to managers considering a business process change initiative. BPTrends seeks to provide a comprehensive, easy to understand perspective on all aspects of business process change, allowing managers to look at the full range of business process change opportunities, options and solutions before making decisions concerning business process change initiatives in their organization.