Keith Swenson’s blog recently responded to a Harvard Business Review article, entitled “Rethinking the Decision Factory“, where he undercuts some of the key points raised in HBR. There are lots of bones to pick with the thesis behind knowledge workers
Appian just reported Q3 results. And they’re good. The highlights: Total software revenue grew 31% year-over-year for Q3. Cloud-based revenue increased 70% year-over-year. 50 new customers in 2013 (not just in Q3) The rest is pretty standard positive boilerplate about
We told you Brazos 2.0 was coming – and the wait is over. After extensive field-use and field-testing by BP3, BP Labs, and many of our customers and partners at IBM and elsewhere, Brazos is ready to be labeled GA.
Neil Ward-Dutton dreams of a world where the CEO would send the following message to their employees: Technology is important to our company, because it’s the biggest force shaping the world we live in. By investing in technologies wisely, we
Bruce once again writes about a specific element of BPMN. While others write about more abstract concepts and leave the implications up to the reader to decide on, Bruce continues to write practical treatises on applying BPMN and good modeling
Sandy Kemsley has posted a series of articles on the sessions she attended at Innovation World, Software AG’s user conference. In this post she talks about ARIS world, the subconference focused on ARIS and its move to the cloud: He
Pega just announced the purchase of Antenna, a mobile application development shop: With Antenna, Pegasystems adds a leader in the Gartner 2013 Magic Quadrant for Mobile Applications Development Platforms1 to its existing Magic Quadrant leadership in BPM and CRM to
Even though business users have been conditioned to expect a less stimulating experience from enterprise software, it is by no means indicative of their desire. It doesn’t have to be that way. Better tools lead to a more productive workforce.
IBM has made several product announcements across Mobile, Cloud, and Smarter Process. There isn’t a lot of meat in the blog post, just a few highlights: First, Mobile (or is that, Mobile First?!): a new version of Worklight a new
After much fanfare about Apple’s strategy in the smartphone space, the data is coming in, quarter by quarter. Is the strategy working? Shares smartphone Platforms in use in the US pic.twitter.com/1x8kTYTCoo — Horace Dediu (@asymco) October 4, 2013 When everyone
The inside story of how Blackberry blew it is fascinating. It paints the picture of how RIM confronted the threat of the iPhone and failed to respond adequately. Horace Dediu of Asymco succinctly captures the failures in a subsequent post:
Dave Brakoniecki has a great post over on his blog about BP Logix and their idea of treating Time as a “new” dimension in BPM: The article explains the time dimension in the following terms:“BPM solutions have focused on getting
On the eve of making our first College Recruiting trip of the 2013-2014 school year, it seems appropriate to turn our attention to a very relevant topic – staying in school, or dropping out to start up. Mike Olson wrote