Business Process Management Systems’ key advantage is its ability to allow users to actively contribute to the improvement of business processes using simple and intuitive tools. These benefits can be attributed to three components: process building, execution (platform), monitoring (process library) and monitoring (process library).

A business process management (BPMS), helps businesses design, model, implement, automate, and improve a series of activities and tasks that when completed, help them achieve their organizational goals. These activities and tasks can be performed by both people and equipment. They are often carried out across business departments and makeup what is called a Business Process. BPMS is a technology product that supports business management (BPM). This discipline is aimed at optimizing business processes from the end to end.

Business Process Management System, sometimes referred to as business management suite is a collection technologies that include the following:

  • Process Mining Tools for the discovery, representation, and analysis of tasks that drive business processes
  • Business Process Modeling Note ( BPMN), for diagramming business processes
  • workflow engines automates the flow of tasks required to complete a business process.
  • business rule engines (BREs), to allow end users to modify business rules without needing to ask a programmer;
  • Simulation and testing tools for observing the behavior of processes without needing to code.

The market has witnessed the rise of the intelligent BPM suite (iBPMS) in recent years. This term was introduced by Gartner Inc. to describe the introduction of advanced technologies such as real-time analytics, complex events processing (EEP), monitoring of business activities (BAM), and artificial intelligence (AI). These technologies have made process automation more dynamic, and data-driven. These iBPMS products often include enhanced mobile, social, and collaboration capabilities.

BPMS’ increased use of low-code/no-code ( LCNC technology has meant that businesses can no longer rely on professional coders for optimizing their business processes. Business analysts, business users, and process developers can collaborate with IT to improve and transform their business processes through BPMS.