In reality, there remains a Evel Knievel-worthy gap between how businesses think about their processes and how techies think about building software to automate or otherwise support those processes. But this problem isn’t new; in fact, we’ve been struggling with it for several years now. The essential questions are: who’s working to close this gap, and why haven’t they already been successful?

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