Archive for February, 2015

For Release: BP3 Global Announces Partnership with BTP to Drive BPM User Experience in Australia and New Zealand

We are pleased to announce our newest partnership:   BP3 Global (www.bp-3.com), leading provider of business process management (BPM) software and services in North America and Europe, and BTP Australia (BTP), a leading provider of Business Process Management Solutions for Financial Services,

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Process Management Architecture: Overview of Methods, Features, and Capabilities

[ Editor’s note: This guest post from Gary Samuelson is the first in a series.  Gary is a thought leader in BPM and Architecture, and we’re privileged to be able to share his work here!  Original article linked as well. 

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BPMCAMP: In about Six Months…

The best practitioner event in BPM is in six months: BPMCAMP 2015 in Austin. Two years ago, we decided to run our internal all-hands meeting like a mini-conference. Last year, we invited a few customers down to Austin to join

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For Release: BP3 Global Announces Release of Neches for Analysis

We’re happy to announce the official release of Neches for Analysis: Leading provider of business process management software and services has released world’s first SaaS process application analysis tool. BP3 Global (http://www.bp-3.com), leading provider of business process management (BPM) software

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Brazos + Brazos = Process in the Palm of Your Hand

[ Editor’s note:  You didn’t think we’d go to an IBM conference without updating Brazos, did you?  Of course you didn’t.  Brazos Portal 1.5 is another big step forward with shared views & templates, which further put it ahead of

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#IBMInterconnect Use a Better UI and See How You Feel

In my career I have often come up against sales problems. As an engineer, these problems can be frustrating, especially when you know that what you made is better than what is out there. One of our newer developers asked

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#IBMInterconnect Recommended Sessions: Thursday February 26th

Okay, if you made it this far, you’re near the end!  The last day is a shorter day and we’ll keep the recommendations brief! 9am: Aetna’s Vision for a Healthier World – Palm C – Aetna uses a lot of

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#IBMInterconnect Recommended Sessions: Wednesday February 25th

We’re not done yet. Wednesday features some more good sessions. The 8am sessions: Moving Banking Back office operation to IBM BPM, Banco do Brasil‘s Approach – Palm D – If you’re like me and you’ve seen the Novo Banco presentation

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#IBMInterconnect Recommended Sessions: Tuesday February 24th

Continuing with recommended sessions for Tuesday! In the 8am slot: Managing your Business Process Data for Performance and Scalability – Jasmine Ballroom B – IBM gives recommendations for how to scale your data maintenance strategy.  (Side note: BP Labs has

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#IBMInterconnect Recommended Sessions: Monday February 23rd

Continuing a tradition from previous years at Impact, we’re sharing our thoughts about the best sessions at IBM’s Interconnect conference. The conference is spread across two hotels this year, which is going to take some getting used to. But as

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Customer Experience and BPM

Forrester’s Clay Richardson, Craig LeClair and others published a report titled “Predictions 2015: The Age of The Customer is Set to Disrupt The BPM Market“… The premise for the article is that customer-centricity is disrupting the BPM market, and changing

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Jobs = Good

Well, that jobs report for January was better than expected (emphasis added): The U.S. economy added 257,000 jobs in January, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday. Taken on its own, that would represent a solid number that continues a

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Misunderstood?

There’s a bit of backlash against Apple’s Dazzling Results going on. John Gruber of Daring Fireball does a good job refuting the “not that dazzling” thesis of Sampere, which reads in part: Apple used to revolutionize industries, announcing record sales

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bpmNEXT 2015 Program and Schedule Are Up

We’re really looking forward to the 2015 lineup for bpmNEXT.  This has been the best conference for innovative BPM technology for the previous two years, and 2015 promises to continue the trend. More on the program here. I’m honored to

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Making a BPM Power User

[Editor’s note: this is a guest post by Gordon, who will be joining us at Interconnect, come by our booth (307) to meet him, and other team members.  Gordon has been improving our education offerings especially in light of the

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Buried the Lede

In a recent BPM.com discussion on Case Management and CRM, the last response was from John Morris and he makes a really excellent point that may have gone unnoticed: CRM software, case-oriented or not, is not very good at helping

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Leveling Up

Start from the Premise: You want a Promotion I read everything Jocelyn Goldfein posts because her writing is so good, so clear.  After reading her post “How to ask for a Promotion” on Medium, I’ve been thinking about writing on

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Austin’s Good Year: 2014

Built in Austin has an annual report out on Austin startups. It has some great stats: $993M in funding, 123% increase. 1115 companies founded 31 exits $437M+ from exists! The article gives great props to Capital Factory, Bootstrap, Brett Hurt,

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Mobile BPM at IBM Interconnect 2015

Two of BP3’s best and brightest will be speaking about BPM Mobile adoption at IBM Interconnect this year! What: Driving BPM Mobile Adoption: IBM Business Process Manager in the Palm of Your Hand – 4406A Who: Ivan Kornienko , Andrew

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The Process behind Mobile Market Numbers

Benedict Evans kindly shares his methods for putting the numbers together for his mobile musings. I post numbers like these for time to time, because I find them interesting and other people sometimes find them useful. Every time I do

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Presence

“The holy grail of virtual reality, the one that’s always been out of reach until now, is presence.” – Chris Dixon I got a kick out of reading that quote in a piece Chris wrote about virtual reality (VR), because

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The Future of Work

In a recent BPM.com discussion the question was asked “Will All Workers Be Knowledge Workers in the Future?” It sparked a good discussion, as expected. My take is that an economy that just consists of automated bots negotiating with each

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The 30th Angelou Economics Forum

Since 2009 I’ve been attending the Angelou Economics Forum at the Austin Convention Center.  For 30 years, Angelou Economics has been providing the best insights into the Austin economy and its place in the overall economy of Texas and the

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