Gartner Inc., a leading industry analyst firm has listed digital transformation vendor Mavim as a Representative Vendor in its June 2017 “Market Guide for Enterprise Business Process Analysis”*. Enterprise Business Process Analysis (EBPA) is a discipline that helps enterprise architects and technology innovation leaders improve business performance and business outcomes through business and process modeling.
According to Gartner, “EBPA is based on the principles of collaboration; short cycle delivery; lightweight, but robust, modeling (see Note 1); and model governance. The two key principles of EBPA are "see the whole" and "understand the value network." The move towards EBPA (as opposed to the more traditional BPA) indicates a market focus on the democratization of process improvement and knowledge dissemination. Process performance improvement can be best effectuated by involving a larger group. The days of process architects and analysts working in their ivory tower to improve operational performance are over. The market focus has shifted to being able to provide business leaders with a holistic view that supports multiple view points and facilitates cross function analysis.
The CEO of Mavim, Jean-Jacques Vossen, noted that “Mavim is honored to have been included as a representative vendor. Our product and focus is on the democratization and dissemination of knowledge within an organization in order to support our customers with better strategic decision making. Being established as a leading example of a Business Operating System helps strengthen our resolve in our product’s direction.”
Mavim was highlighted for its easy to use capabilities and Microsoft focus. Relative to previous years, Mavim has upped the product capabilities by introducing process mining to help close the strategy to execution loop. Not only are organizations supported in modeling and analyzing their operating models, but they will now also be supported with fact-based insight into how processes are running in the “as is” state. This has given Mavim a strong position among large consulting firms and system integrators.
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*Gartner “Market Guide for Enterprise Business Process Analysis” by Marc Kerremans and Samantha Searle, 7 July 2017. https://www.gartner.com/document/3738022?ref=solrAll&refval=206777399&qid=643308e2669d0ac680c087a445059e5c
Mavim mentioned in the Gartner Enterprise Business Process Analysis Market Guide 2017