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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. [...]
In early June, two prominent members of Bornholm business community visited Colosa Inc. operations in La Paz, Bolivia. Ingvar Kure, President of TRIO NEXØ A/S and Tina Munch Kure, Manager of Business Center Bornholm met with Adolfo P. Lang , Colosa’s General Manager of Bolivia at the Colosa offices, located in Sopocachi – one of [...]
Do the recent Amazon EC2 outages put in doubt the viability of cloud computing for mission critical hosted business applications such as hosted CRM, hosted ERP, and hosted BPM software?2/06/2011 | Category: Open Source | Tags: bpm, BPM Software, business process management, cloud, Cloud Computing, CRM, ERP, Hosted Applications, Hosted BPM, SaaS, SaaS BPM
There is a lot of news at the moment regarding the safety of data and the viability of business applications in the cloud. And for those companies that are already using a hosted application such as hosted CRM, hosted ERP, or hosted BPM software, this recent news can be quite disconcerting.. After all a company [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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.
There is a definite tendancy among companies I work with to implement more and more activities in their business processes “outside” the web login. In one of my previous posts, I explored the primary driver behind this tendency – the worker’s attention span is already used up by too many applications. As a result there [...]
Top 10 applications open on your worker’s PC, and why BPM Software and Workflow Software is not one of them13/12/2010 | Category: BPM, Business Applications, Collaboration, DMS, Facebook, Open Source, SAP, Social Applications, Social Media, Twitter | Tags: bpm, CMS, Collaboration, Facebook, SAP, Social Media, workflow in the workplace
Worker productivity today is related to the software applications your workers use. So, if we look at the average worker in a mid sized enterprise, what software are they really using. Here are the Top 10 applications they are using.
Although an often repeated benefit of workflow management software products is eliminating ad hoc processes, the software should not encourage rigid, mindlessly automated business processes. Many dynamic processes involve interactions among a range of (internal and external) users, as well as content that must be generated, revised, or customized before being routed among different touch-points [...]
I’ve been blogging lately about web services, and how they relate to business process management software. To make a long short, BPM software packages can leverage web services to expand the BPM software’s reach and broaden its ability to share information, not only with users and databases directly in the BPM system, but also with [...]