Earlier Appian reported results, and on the heels of the Gartner Magic Quadrant, Lombardi put out its 2008 announcement. I’m interested to see announcements from the other vendors – luckily, estimates of BPM financial results will be available at www.itinvestmentresearch.com
I’ve read a couple of articles recently related to business process visualization. I think this topic is particularly interesting because most people think they have what they need once they buy a BI tool or a good enterprise reporting tool
Keith has put out a series of articles (possibly more to come) that lay down a great marker for how to evaluate Modeling strategies and how these approaches compare (strengths and weaknesses of each, across several dimensions). It started with
Lombardi’s Blog includes links to a couple new Blueprint reviews. Just thought we’d provide relevant links here: Lombardi’s post about Forrester’s review here. And then a post about the BPMInstitute.org’s review of Blueprint here, and the actual review by BPMI.
A long-standing debate in the BPM world has centered around whether or not to preserve the model. It sounds like an esoteric topic, and Keith Swenson’s post: Model Strategy: Preserving vs. Transforming, takes a pretty clinical angle on this debate,
I ran across this blog entry titled BPMN for People and Robots by Anatoly Belychook thanks to Sandy Kemsley, and it (and the commenting below it) is a great read on how different tools that “implement BPMN” can very quite
Lance’s article on “Witnessing Process Failure in Action” is edited and posted on ebizQ today. Check it out – and the whole series (scroll down to get to the featured articles), which is primarily guest-authored and pretty consistently high quality.