Tag archives for ERP
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. [...]
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 [...]
The Open Core debate takes a fanatical view on open source and serves no true purpose.
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 [...]
It can be tough to sell BPM Software when a company is taught to think that its ERP Software was designed to solve all of its problems.
Colosa just finished a fantastic OSBC. It was our first time exhibiting at the event, and we were very pleased with the interest ProcessMaker generated. Personally, I didn’t get to go to very many of the conference seminars, but I did spend a lot of time hanging out in the hallways with lots of other [...]