BPM controls and manages employee activities in such a way that business processes are aimed at achieving organizational goals. These goals may be improvements in efficiency, effectiveness, quality, customer orientation or innovation. Realizing these goals requires more than just control: organizations are heavily dependent on IT to achieve them. BPM focuses on the documentation, improvement, and automation of business processes. It provides insight into the relationships between processes, the coherence between information sources, the processing of data and weaknesses in the workflow. In addition, BPM takes into account all organizational aspects. For example, the complete insight that BPM software creates is based on communication, organization, financial, personal, IT and legal aspects. Subsequently, business operations are improved and made more transparent, primary organizational goals are maximally supported, and manual actions are automated.