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U.K.-based advisory and research firm MWD Advisors has been shaking up a few traditional enterprise information management standards of late, including work that outlined a path to success with business process implementations that avoids the traditional “BPM” dogma. Recently, MWD’s Principal Analyst Mark McGregor authored a report delving into the ways modeling and mapping tools work for business – and also consistently miss the target. Information Management recently dialed up McGregor to discuss the report and take a big-picture view of the BPM and modeling markets.

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