Business performance management (BPM) collectively represents all the processes, methodologies, metrics and systems designed to manage performance. It is, by nature, an information-driven management function.

Software is obviously a central tool in successfully implementing BPM initiatives. However, early adopters of BPM are finding that without addressing the so-called "soft" issues related to corporate culture, companies will be challenged to maximize the return on their BPM investments.

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