business process re-engineering

Why Google Glass will be a boon for BPM Software and Business Process Reengineering

4/03/2013 | Category: business process re-engineering | Tags: , ,

“Everywhere that a tablet is being used in an industrial or enterprise software application today, it will be done better with Google Glass within 12 months. ” – Brian Reale. I understand that the interesting thing about big ideas like Google Glass is usually trying to figure out how this type of technology will affect […]

New ProcessMaker version 2.0.42 released!

10/07/2012 | Category: BPM, business process re-engineering, new release, ProcessMaker, Uncategorized, Versions

Hello ProcessMaker fans all over the world! Once again, Colosa Inc. is proud to announce the public availability of your favorite BPM Opensource application: ProcessMaker v.2.0.42. Although version 2.0.42 is mainly a bug-fixes and stabilization release, Colosa’s developers have managed to add a couple new features: now you can add more options to the User […]

Big Ideas, Big Process, and little Social Apps

19/02/2012 | Category: BPM, business process re-engineering, Uncategorized | Tags: , , ,

Connie Moore from Forrester Research blogged about a big idea that she has been working on for several months about the future of enterprise suites versus business process management suites.   I imagine that her paper will touch an interesting nerve because I get the feeling that this is a subject on many minds right now. […]

ProcessMaker 2.0.37 released today!!!

7/02/2012 | Category: BPM, business process re-engineering, new release, Open Source, ProcessMaker, release | Tags: , ,

Another month and another new stable release for ProcessMaker. This month is the turn for version 2.0.37 which comes with one major new feature, a new Simplified User Inbox which we’ll cover in more detail in a further post; plus the usual bug fixes, improvements and feature upgrades that have our Dev. Team working like […]

Business Process Management Software Market to Exceed US $5 Billion by 2017

25/04/2011 | Category: BPM, business process re-engineering, Open Source | Tags: , , , , ,

Business Process Management (BPM) represents activities carried out by global enterprises in optimizing and adapting their business processes through the use of software tools. The global economic recession has emerged as a blessing in disguise for the evolving BPM market, providing a solution to deal with falling revenues and margins. The recession has affected the long-standing customer relationships of several businesses, forcing companies to focus efforts on adopting new initiatives for improving customer-centric processes. Adverse economic conditions have also brought to fore the significance of operational transparency, control and auditability, largely due to the cost-containment measures adopted by companies