Quick Review of "Social #BPM"
Social BPM“. Richard states that the goal is to present previous research, opinion, and analysis, before going on to present his own view in a future post. Based on his ability to synthesize the current buzz around BPM and Social network features or community/collaboration features, I’m interested to see what conclusions he’s drawing of his own. I’ve recently had my eyes opened to a theme within the Austin startup community, where companies are attacking the markets defined by the intersection of enterprise and web 2.0 ideas – applying community and social features to enterprise software, and applying cloud/SaaS business models to these software packages. So perhaps my view on “Social BPM” is colored positive by that exposure.Richard Hirsch of Siemens IT Solutions and Services has a post in the SAP community network about “