Title: Relation of business process management and digital transformation - literature review
Authors: Kouřil, Radovan
Citation: ŠLECHTOVÁ SOJKOVÁ, O. (ed.) Trendy v podnikání 2022, Plzeň 2023, s. 143-151.
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Faculty of Economics University of West Bohemia
Document type: konferenční příspěvek
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11025/54507
ISBN: 978-80-261-1129-0
Keywords: řízení obchodních procesů;digitální transformace;digitalizace;průmysl 4.0
Keywords in different language: business process management;digital transformation;digitization;digitalization;industry 4.0
Abstract in different language: Digital transformation, digitization, or business process management are terms often mentioned by academics and practitioners. Nowadays, the world could hardly function without any digitization. Together with business process management, it helps companies to increase their accomplishment in the current time of globalization and internationalization, which brings a highly competitive environment. Digitalization offers companies the possibility to make processes in their business more efficient, so they achieve save time, reduce costs and maximize profit. Using digital technologies, companies are also trying to innovate their already existing business models in order to create or strengthen their competitive advantage in today's environment. The objective of this paper is to provide an overview of the relation between digital transformation, digitization, and business process management based on a literature review. Bibliometric analysis shows that there is a growing interest in the researched area.
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