Linking Strategy to Execution & Managing Processes as Assets

451 Research is a leading market research firm with more than 100 analysts and consultants focused on technology innovation and market disruption. The firm provides data-driven insights in the age of digital disruptions for organizations around the globe, and they recently published a new report, “Coverage Initiation: iGrafx links strategy to execution, manages processes as assets.” The research was led by Carl Lehman, Principal Analyst Automation & Integration at 451 Research. Carl has over 3 decades of experience and directs the firm’s coverage of process automation and integration in hybrid IT architectures. In this latest report, he discusses why the rising wave of business transformation and process automation requires modern planning and modeling tools that reduce complexity and effort.

You can download the entire report here to understand:

  • How to use a strategic transformation platform (STP) to share and exchange data relevant to strategic initiatives, process design, automation and operational execution
  • The historical and current competitive landscape of STP providers
  • The strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) of the iGrafx Business Transformation Platform

Download the entire report now to get Carl’s keen insight on linking business strategy to process design and execution using iGrafx.

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Author
Christina Dieckmeyer
Date
August 27, 2020
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