Our goal with the internship program at BP3 is pretty simple. We want to add value to our interns’ career and skill development. In turn, we are making the bet that these interns will create value for us at BP3.
Well it was quite an honor to be invited to ask Eric Ries a few questions about Lean Startup on behalf of IBM’s Entrepreneur Week (starting February 3rd, 2014!) One of the things I love about Lean Startup is that
We hope to see you there – we’re looking forward to updating the BPM community on what we’ve learned over the last year working with BPM and mobile and responsive UIs. If you are engaged in the BPM community but
Thought we’d share a good moment from last year’s IBM Impact – about a minute of an interview I did where the discussion turned to advice for customers taking on BPM. The short version: Focus on something that matters. Seriously.
Many economists, journalists, and business owners have fretted over the lack of software design, development, and engineering talent – specifically, the fact that it appears to be in limited supply while the demand for such talent is increasing apace. First,
I love to see the kind of knowledge we’re able to share with customers at BP3. Dave Rosen from our BP Labs group has shared a great writeup of BPM Monitoring: The Basics: Remote protocol checks – Basic network services
Forbes reports on a Kauffmann study that shows that great entrepreneurs are older than you think: My colleagues and I did a study, funded by the Kauffman Foundation, that surveyed 500 successful high growth founders. Against all stereotypes, we found
Last week the news broke that WP Engine has completed a $15M funding round. We don’t have a financial interest in the company, but we’re very happy customers. WP Engine runs our WordPress installations that control our site and blog.
There are two things about this article on Greg Maddux that struck me: This guy had a great process for practicing and executing the business of pitching baseballs. It reminded me a bit of Jiro Dreams of Sushi. Greg, like
I was happy to see this article in Silicon Hills News, about Capital Factory expanding in 2014. Capital Factory has been a great resource for Austin startups since 2009 or so, and every year they figure out how to bring
“A lot of the world would love our challenges” – Angelos Angelou, on the subject of Austin On December 12th last year, Angelos Angelou held the 39th Angelou Economics Forecast. He announced that next year’s – the 40th! – would
We’ll be posting more Tech notes like the one David Bailie published to our knowledge library, on the subject of installing multiple versions of the Process Designer on the same machine. Problem StatementThere are times where you may need multiple
Spredfast announced just after the New Year that they raised $32.5M in a Series D round: Social marketing company Spredfast is announcing that it has raised $32.5 million in Series D funding.The round was led by Lead Edge Capital with
One of the great advantages BP3 brings to our customer base is our BP Labs team, which is constantly investing in software and methods to support our business and our customers’ processes. The Neches suite for process analysis and governance