ProcessMaker translations are increasing. Now Italian is available

1/07/2009 | Category: Uncategorized

ProcessMaker is becoming ever more global because our Community is translating it to different languages. Now thanks to Andrea Ambrosini, an active community member, ProcessMaker is available in Italian. We’re looking forward to having translations in Asian Languages and others.  So if you’d like to have ProcessMaker in your language, you can learn more at: […]

ProcessMaker translations are increasing. Now Italian is available

1/07/2009 | Category: Open Source

ProcessMaker is becoming ever more global because our Community is translating it to different languages. Now thanks to Andrea Ambrosini, an active community member, ProcessMaker is available in Italian. We’re looking forward to having translations in Asian Languages and others.  So if you’d like to have ProcessMaker in your language, you can learn more at: […]

The Art of BPM: Global Risk Partners values ProcessMaker

26/06/2009 | Category: Open Source

There are markets that are traditionally considered solid examples of technology adopters – industries that, off the top of your head, are obvious candidates that need technology to lead, innovate and make sense of their business, such as utilities, retail banks and telecoms.  Vendors that work in the art world don’t immediately spring to mind. […]

Congratulations Boot Camp Graduates

23/06/2009 | Category: BPM, Open Source

Last Friday marked the final day of ProcessMaker Boot Camp Training.  For three days and twelve total hours, new ProcessMaker recruits were whipped into shape on business process management methodologies, process mapping, dynaform design, and advanced BPM functions. By the end of the course, participants were able to design and implement a complex workflow, exploiting […]

How far open source – and governments – have come

19/06/2009 | Category: Open Source

Matt Asay’s post about areas open source is helping made me reflect on how far open source has come in the past few years. Matt outlines how open source software has helped reduce energy consumption.  It can automate our homes and even define and innovate exactly what that means.  Handling job applications is simple with […]

Formal Process Definition as a Pillar for Successful Process Automation

12/06/2009 | Category: Open Source

Contributed by: Lic. Ramiro Cuentas Gonzales (rcuentas@bnb.com.bo) Systems Audit Executive – Banco Nacional de Bolivia S.A. from the article series Four Pillars for Successful Business Process Automation “If we want to enter into a schema of automated process implementation, it is necessary to consider at least the formal definition of the activities, actors, the output […]

ProcessMaker available in Danish

9/06/2009 | Category: Open Source

Velkommen! That’s Danish for ‘welcome’. There is a reason for the slip into a foreign tongue – we’ve just announced that ProcessMaker is now available in Danish. Support and services to customers in Northern Europe, are provided by Xcompetence, a trusted and strategic partner to Colosa and a ProcessMaker gold partner. The Nordic countries are […]

“Born Free” – THE ECONOMIST and the emerging threat to Open Source Software

5/06/2009 | Category: Open Source | Tags: , , , ,

I suppose that when Matt Asay is quoted in the Economist, then Open Source truly has gone mainstream.  Although I would be inclined to say that this is definitely good news for all of us Open Source Software companies out there, the Economist does allude to an interesting problem regarding “message/brand” dilution. The Economist article […]

Sorry, We Sold Out Of That Software Earlier Today

3/06/2009 | Category: Open Source

Last week I walked into an OfficeMax store to buy a copy of Quickbooks PRO for a friend’s business.  “ The office manager told me, “Sorry, We’ve Sold Out of Quickbooks Pro.” I was dumbfounded.  All I could do was give a slight grimace, put my $99 back in my pocket, and walk out of […]

From email to workflow, ProcessMaker’s new Zimbra integration makes it easy to stay on task

2/06/2009 | Category: BPM, Open Source

Here at Colosa, we’re big fans of Zimbra : its next-generation messaging and collaboration software, and its vision of how users, groups, and organizations should collaborate. The Yahoo!-owned company’s commitment to innovation is visible at every level – from its commitment to open source, compatibility with a dazzling array of desktops and applications, rich user […]

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