To effectively digitalize the PoPM and achieve the defined objectives appropriate software must be developed. We call it the BPM-D Application. In order to meet the objectives, the following functional requirements have been identified, using a design science approach (Nixon, 2013):

1. Digitally manage Strategy execution

  • Centrally document business strategy and the process impacted by it
  • Translate strategy into executable value-driven work packages using required process and BPM capabilities
  • Prioritize related projects and support a strategy-driven process-oriented project portfolio management
  • Define, manage, track and improve maturity level of BPM capability in an organization
  • Track and continuously manage business process impact on projects
  • Define, Track and manage role based controls, metrics and measurable outcomes of past project activities

2. Apply Analytics to a process and its execution

  • Analyse maturity of PoPM and operational processes, visualize results in dashboards
  • View, analyse, and manage selected process knowledge
  • Leverage process knowledge to support various use case scenarios, for example the enforcement of process
    standards and controls

3. Enable Gamification based collaboration of the BPM community

  • Setup and manage the required process and data governance
  • Enable and encourage collaboration across the BPM Community
  • Support focused training of BPM community

4. Integration with existing technologies

  • Track and manage a portfolio of business process-related technologies
  • Identify integration-scenarios and solutions
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