The Top 5 Best Business Process Management Blogs to Read

The Top 8 Best Business Process Management Blogs to Read

Business Process Management (BPM) is becoming one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, with IT leaders making it the highest priority in enterprise settings over the last few years. There seems to be an endless stream of new research, white papers, and analyst reports for BPM professionals. This entails a lot of reading, and keeping up with the deluge of content is no easy task, nor is figuring out which sources to read, and which to skip past.

With that in mind, Solutions Review has compiled this collection of the top independent blogs, researchers, and news sites we’re reading to keep tabs on the marketplace. These outlets cover a wide range of topics, from opinion to best practices, and include some of the top minds in the field.

For an even longer list of resources, check out our BPM resource library, which features our collection of vendor-agnostic content, and is updated on a regular basis.


This blog delivers transformative solutions that help enterprises and organizations improve overall performance by connecting people, processes and technologies. Chief Executive Officer, Scott Francis, brings a balanced viewpoint on BPM trends and challenges while providing business process, decision management and analytics software and services to Fortune 500 businesses in the financial services, retail, healthcare and energy sectors.

Business Process and Workflow

Author of Business Process and Workflow blog, Adam Deane, works as CTO of ProcessPolicy, a BPM startup in London. He views his blog as a creative outlet and “the ultimate Petri dish for ideation and innovation” – meaning you can expect him to push the boundaries of BPM as well as take a more original and entertaining look at the topic. He provides his audience with BPM “quotes of the week” that are a useful summary of some of the debates going on in the industry and the views of different bloggers and experts.

Process Ninja

This blog aims at “demystifies” BPM and Business Process Reengineering (BPR). Author, Craig Reid’s highly accessible blog recounts stories about his interactions with different companies, incidents from his personal experience running BPM projects and offers practical ideas on what it takes to run successful BPM projects and programs.

Jim Sinur Blog

Jim Sinur has over 45 years of experience in the IT industry and is considered to be one of the industry’s thought leaders. Adopting a more formal tone in his writing, his blog provides excellent understanding about future BPM trends and best practices, along with industry insights, technological  developments and specific case studies.

“My blog is aimed at helping organizations transform themselves with emerging technologies while leveraging processes in all of their forms (process snippets at the edge, workflows, cases, processes and value chains). The blog deals a range of topics from technical to design methods and softskills necessary to digitally transform,” says Sinur.

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Sandy Kemsely is an independent analyst and systems architect, specializing in Digital Process Automation (DPA), BPM and enterprise architecture. Her blog is an independent source on BPM systems, sharing best practices, trends and insights into the BPM industry. She provides updates on highlights from the BPM conferences and events she attends too, so in case you can’t make it – she’s got you covered.

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Elizabeth Quirk

Elizabeth Quirk

Liz is a leading enterprise technology writer covering Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Business Process Management (BPM) and Talent Management Suites (TMS) at Solutions Review. She writes to bridge the gap between consumer and technical expert to help readers understand what they're looking for. Liz attended Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts, where she obtained her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English and Communications. You can reach her at
Elizabeth Quirk

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