Join us at IBMECMblog.com for a guest post from Mohammed Attar, IBM Case Management Business Leader
Businesses are evolving. In today’s world, customers are demanding better products and services. In the past, customers were able to pick only two out of the three qualities in the Triple Constraint: scope, cost, and schedule – this is no longer the case. Customers are now demanding all three, and they can invariably find a business to meet those requirements. In our connected world, customers are equipped with a wealth of knowledge. Thanks to the widespread availability of the internet, customers can draw information from varied sources and the far reaches of social media and unite to wield more power in the business-to-consumer relationship.
Like in nature, as the customers evolve, so must their business counterparts. Businesses are constantly redefining their processes. Products today are better than what they were 10 or 20 years ago. Services are being performed more effectively and more efficiently to match growing demand. Even software capabilities developed 10 years ago are outdated and underperforming due to the breakneck pace of how fast businesses and business content is moving and evolving. Businesses need software that can handle the changing needs of their enterprise.
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