- Dec 18, 2012
- Dec 13, 2012
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Sponsored by: IBM
Moving legacy mainframe applications to newer platforms and/or Web-enabling them has provided a certain modicum of success to organizations attempting to modernize their IT operations, but these stop-gap measures can't provide the efficiency and agility that are needed to keep up with cloud integration and other complicated modern IT trends.
However, when it comes to undertaking a complete application modernization initiative, can business process management (BPM) fill these needs? Proponents of architecture-driven modernization say 'no', but a growing number of people are now saying 'yes'.
Check out this e-guide to find out what the experts and your peers think about training the BPM lens on legacy applications to fulfill enterprise modernization needs. Read a case study detailing the role of business processes in the Army and Air Force Mutual Aid Association's application modernizations effort.