Last week, Matt Langan of Appian had an excellent post on the emerging use of Business Process Management (BPM) software in the government acquisition process. He stated that, “we are seeing government embrace Business Process Management (BPM) acquisition solutions (versus COTS) in order to gain process transparency, react quickly to change and improve process efficiency; thereby allowing federal purchasing organizations to successfully enhance the entire procurement lifecycle.”
BPM software can guide government acquisition officers through the complex rules of government procurement — saving time and reducing administrative overhead and paperwork. Each agency develops unique workflow and business-rule requirements, which in turn, are addressed by the application software.
With over 15 years of industry experience, Partnet understands the complexity of the business rules surrounding government acquisition, but also recognizes problems associated with implementing standard BPM applications.
Partnet’s BPM solution is a flexible and easy-to-use business-rules framework and workflow engine that directly addresses problems found in other BPM solutions. Quartz BPM uses simple, UI-based wizards that allow any end user to design and optimize business rules and workflow for approvals, registrations, permissions, and more. These wizards help non-developers easily identify application trigger points, data entities, users, and other critical process elements. The Quartz BPM interface also generates graphical workflow representations that allow users to see their processes as they’re defined.
In other words, Quartz BPM helps align and continuously improve government and commercial business processes.