BP3 was formed 9 years ago in May. We’ve come a long way since then. In 2008, we attended Lombardi’s “Driven” BPM conference in Austin, with our first two additional partners in crime, Flournoy Henry and Greg Harley:(Note: pre-sweater vest!
Last week’s theme for BP3 was international expansion – into Holland and Denmark. This week the theme is great places to work. BP3 is again in the Austin list of best places to work. We’re also on a new national list
BP3 Global (http://www.bp-3.com), leading provider of business process and decision management software and services, is announcing another market expansion with the addition of a Copenhagen office and incorporation in Denmark as BP3 Nordics APS.This news highlight’s BP3’s expeditious global growth,
It’s a proud moment for our team to announce our incorporation in Holland today. Better yet that we were able to share the news with our customers and partners in Holland this week with our team on the ground. As
BP3 Global (http://www.bp-3.com), leading provider of business process and decision management software and services revealed their newest market expansion with the addition of an Amsterdam office and incorporation in the Netherlands. This announcement underscores BP3’s rapid global expansion, following the
Neil Ward-Dutton’s session at bpmNEXT was “Remixing BPM for the digital age”:The main point I made: BPM technologies deliver capabilities that all organisations pursuing a digital transformation agenda need – work co-ordination and knowledge sharing at scale; the ability to
I saved this article back in March so that I could come back to it – great coverage and interview of Mellie Price, an Austin-based entrepreneur.About life as an entrepreneur?“A lot of people get attracted to the I-want-to-work-for-myself syndrome,” she
A great article from Built In Austin about why 4 tech companies chose Austin for their next big office. I think Westland from ProjectManager.com nailed the reason many companies locate here:“It’s beautiful and people are friendly,” he said, “but from
Recently I commented that we are doubling down on decision management. Putting our educational webinars where our mouth is, we’re hosting a great webinar on May 24th: Getting Started with Decision Management. We’ll be doing a series of sessions on
On the heels of new product releases Friday, it feels like an appropriate time to talk about an analyst report on BP3:MWD recently published a report in their “on the radar” series about BP3 and our market-leading Brazos UI offering.
Brazos continues to be the best UI for BPM. Version 4.9 further extends that lead. Every day I’m impressed by the solutions customers build with Brazos, from Vietnam to Poland, and all parts inbetween. Why? because it is, quite simply,
Not too long ago, I had occasion to visit Carlsberg in Denmark and see how they leverage Brazos Portal and Brazos UI in their business. It was really compelling to see how their business users have organized their work depending
Thanks to Sandy Kemsley for the kind coverage of our demonstration:Outpatient care example with coordination of resources (rooms, labs) and people (doctors, patients), BPMN may not be best way to model and coordinate resources since can end up as a
The Austin Business Journal just published a story based on research by the American City Business Journals across 106 cities. Each of the 16 factors are objective measurements of the economy that affect the climate for small businesses.So how did
There are rare opportunities to combine forces with another company that really embodies everything your company stands for. In Teknovare, we have found such a company, and earlier today we publicly announced our acquisition. Teknovare has in many ways been
BP3 Global, an Austin, Texas based provider of business process management (BPM) services and solutions, today announced that it has acquired the interests of Teknovare, a Denver, CO based consultancy specializing in developing decision support systems and custom optimization solutions.The