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Our experienced team of consultants & industry experts have been leaders at eBay.com, The Lombardi Company, Pegasystems, and IBM. We are Six Sigma Black belts and Lean experts, and we understand that the goal of technology is enabling business in empirical, measurable ways.

How can you do BPM testing in IBM BPM?

How can you do BPM testing in IBM BPM?

How can you do BPM testing in IBM BPM?

You know why IBM BPM is a chosen platform to identify bottlenecks, reduce noncompliance fees, boost agility and optimize your business processes. With it, you’ve an incredible selection of tools to ensure corporate goals align with the efficiency of your processes.


But what about BPM testing?


When analyzing and optimizing processes to work more efficiently, you map the steps necessary for the transformation with process modeling. The visual maps show the as-is scenario. You clone this map to showcase the to-be solutions through Blueworks Live.


But when those changes are to be introduced, each step must run smoothly. That’s why we utilize BPM testing: to test scenarios, steps, and functions for complications or possible errors to prevent unnecessary costs and complications.


The current options of testing tools are not equipped to handle the needs of a flexible business such as yours. Businesses thrive in competitive landscapes: Or else, they falter. And in business, there’s is no room for faltering. Which is why, when your customers demand changes, when products need adjustments, when you need to go to market quickly — you need the proper testing tool to assist you.


What are traditional tools not?


They’re not flexible enough to meet your changing demands. BPM testing tools must bend to the whim of the company at any given notice. As a whole, technology should be subservient to the firm. Yet, we see traditional tools are static. They’re unable to change despite how the business landscape does. The biggest change being the need for agility.


Customers demand more and they demand it quicker. That hasn’t changed and it won’t . Automation is introduced to streamline business decisions for this purpose: to increase customer satisfaction and engagement with the company.


They lack the ability to adapt. The testing tools you use should seamlessly work with your BPM system. It shouldn’t cause further delays for integration and adoption. Basically, it shouldn’t reduce agility. And some tools, unable to adapt to new technological developments, are immovable boulders weighing your business down.


Because of the inability to adapt to growing business demands, these traditional testing tools lack key functions and abilities. Key, because they’re necessary for any business striving to be on top of mind for customers.


For example, businesses should be privy to real-time analytics and data about their processes, this way they can capitalize opportunities. Or mitigate risks, if that’s what the results show. The faster they are, the better the chance they have to stay ahead of the competition. But traditional tools provide analytics after the testing. 


They also cause delays because they only offer quality assurance at the end of a cycle. If that’s the case, you have to search through every process and step to ensure there are no technical difficulties. And if there are? Only now can they be assessed. This delays your ability to go to market.


At Capital BPM, we believe you deserve better.


The leading IBM BPM testing tool — Q — is designed to do what traditional tools don’t. Testing is not only easier, it’s fast. It perfectly integrates with the IBM BPM platform, while providing real-time testing results. And it enables QA at every moment of the QA cycle; enabling you to reach market quickly.


Q reduces the QA cycle by 30 – 35%. We want your products on the market as efficiently as possible, after all.


The full details of how Q works seamlessly with IBM BPM is available in our 1 minute demo video below.


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