IBM Doesn't Waste Any Time. Neither Does Lombardi. #bpm

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Well, as Sandy Kemsley pointed out, this deal closed fast. Equally quickly, Lombardi shows how a SaaS product can catch up to the news (or at least start to), by releasing Blueprint to Websphere Business Modeler integration today. Good start to the new relationship – I just wish all the products were as easily rationalized!

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  • Interesting typo – didn’t you mean “WebSphere Business Modeler”? or do you know something we don’t :)

  • Interesting typo – didn’t you mean “WebSphere Business Modeler”? or do you know something we don’t :)

  • Jacob-
    Definitely a typo! I should have stuck with abbreviating WBM to avoid such embarrassment :)

    (corrected in the post above)
    thx for pointing this out –

    scott

  • Jacob-
    Definitely a typo! I should have stuck with abbreviating WBM to avoid such embarrassment :)

    (corrected in the post above)
    thx for pointing this out –

    scott

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  • I should point out in this case that “integration” is export into WBM. Good first step, at least :) I remember when you couldn’t export from Blueprint into Teamworks in the first couple updates…

  • I should point out in this case that “integration” is export into WBM. Good first step, at least :) I remember when you couldn’t export from Blueprint into Teamworks in the first couple updates…