This exploratory paper presents a literature review of the business performance management (BPM) systems concept. Using a variety of sources, the concepts of business performance management systems are presented by the authors in respect to traditional theoretical management methodologies and performance measurement techniques, as well as to other enterprise systems including Business Intelligence (BI), Executive Information Systems (EIS) and Automated Scorecards. As a culmination to the review, a conceptual model is proposed, identifying the key technical enablers and business drivers affecting the adoption of modern BPM systems.

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Keywords Business performance management, Corporate performance management, Enterprise performance management, Performance measurement
Conference 11th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2005
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Brown, A.E. (Allen E.), & Grant, G. (2005). Weeding through the Magniloquence: The modern business performance management systems concept. Presented at the 11th Americas Conference on Information Systems, AMCIS 2005.