Over the past few years, organizations have broadened the role BPM software plays in process improvement. Five years ago, BPM projects centered on human-centric workflow designed and executed with process models. Since then, lines of business continue to demand software that is more adaptive to how they work, and vendors have responded with increasingly mature offerings.
This Red Hat sponsored IDC white paper explores the evolution of BPM, how an organization's basic requirements are changing in the face of the broadening scope of BPM software, and how Red Hat competes in this space with JBoss Enterprise BRMS 5.3 and its recent acquisition of Polymita.
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