Every year BPM Partners conducts its BPM Pulse survey of companies around the world, ranging from small to very large organizations, about their projects and plans for business performance management (BPM). More than 20 industries are represented in the most recent survey, with the largest numbers being from manufacturing and financial services. The survey provides some very encouraging findings and detail on why users are happier with their projects than with their software vendors.

More than half of the 200 respondents were already at work on BPM, and another 22 percent have concrete plans to launch BPM initiatives. We see a recent trend of companies pulling their projects forward, moving them up on the IT/finance calendar. For the minority not moving forward with BPM, the most cited reason is that senior management didn't see the benefits or the ROI justification.

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