You’re probably reading this article because you already have a backup strategy in place, and a running schedule of automated backups. To ensure all pieces of your backup and recovery plan are in place, you must execute scheduled recovery simulations. If you only execute the backup part, without ever simulating the recovery part, well, you […]
Maria Morales and Arturo Robles conducted the 40 hours ProcessMaker training event in Quito, Ecuador, during the week of May 16th. Damián Jaramillo and Fabricio Verdesoto, from Corporacion DFL — a Gold ProcessMaker partner from Ecuador, played a key role for the success of this event. Thank you guys! The participants were, from left to […]
An Advanced ProcessMaker training is taking place right now in Quito, with 14 participants from private companies and government agencies, from Ecuador and Peru. This training is being hosted at Hotel Howard Johnson, from May 16th to 20th. The training focuses on recently releases ProcessMaker v 2.0, which includes many new and exciting features, such […]
Most organizations who are utilizing ProcessMaker to manage their workflow take advantage of the Document Management System (DMS) to upload input documents and pass them along with the case it belongs to. But did you know that if your input document happens to be an image or group of images, then you can embed those […]
If you’re the person in charge of a ProcessMaker server, you must ensure a backup and recovery strategy is in place to protect existing information in case of data loss. In this article we will provide a basic backup plan, intended to be configured on a Linux server, combining tar, crontab, and mysqldump utilities. For […]
It’s been almost 50 days since the last stable release. But I think waiting for this one was worth it. One of the much awaited features is related to the ability to customize the Subject field in email notifications (check this post in the forum). Well, good news (drum roll please): it’s finally available! This […]
English is the default ProcessMaker’s language. But if your users are using a different one and your processes are not designed to be run in English, it’s not easy to always remember to choose the appropriate one in the Language drop-down every time you log in. In this article we will show you in two […]
Exploring the differences between Adaptive Case Management (ACM) and Business Process Management (BPM)28/04/2011 | Category: ACM, BPM, Collaboration, crm, DMS, ECM | Tags: Adaptive Case Management, bpm, business process management, Case Management, CRM, crm software, Enterprise Content Management, Gartner, GartnerBPM, GartnerBPMSummit, Nathaniel Palmer, OMG, wfmc
This past Thursday I attended a session at the the Gartner BPM Summit in Baltimore entitled “The Great Case Management Debate.” The session was moderated by Gartner Research VP Toby Bell with participation by two other Gartner VPs: Janelle Hill and Kimberly Harris-Ferrante. Later that same day, I was in a workshop moderated by Nathaniel […]
And, as any college graduate knows, the bible of better technique is Strunk & White’s Elements of Style. Bruce gets this (and has positioned his book to become the Elements of Style of BPMN), and after 12 hours in his course I can understand why he doesn’t seem so interested in the BPM Suite itself. The fact is that the BPM Suite tends to work just fine whether it is ProcessMaker, Pega, IBM, Appian, or another. The problem is much deeper and needs to be solved in a much less automated way. The problem is the “style.” This problem needs to be solved through better education and better teachers. We need to train better process consultants and this is a long and arduous journey with no shortcuts.
According to a new Gartner Report, ProcessMaker is not the BPM Software market leader; IBM is.
I would be lying to you if I said I wasn’t disappointed. Apparently, IBM beat us again. In fact, they have 24.7% market share – more than double their closest competitor in the BPM Software space. Now that’s a tough competitor. Hats off to them.