Archive for November, 2016

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For Release: BP3 Named Leader in BPM Service Providers by Independent Research Firm

Editors Note: This is a copy of BP3’s press release. You can download the full report here. Austin, Texas – November 30, 2016 – BP3 Global (www.bp-3.com), a global provider of business process and decision management software and services, has been

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The intersection of Lean Startup and Design Thinking

Stanford’s Graduate School of Business publication ran a great article about leveraging both Design Thinking and Lean Startup.  And who better to opine on this than the university that partially gave rise or impetus to both. In the world of entrepreneurial

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Collaboration in Documents

Matt Richman posted some interesting statistics on his blog, namely:When students write papers by themselves, only 12 percent use Google Docs. But when students write papers in groups — when they collaborate — 78 percent use Google Docs. On the

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Happy Thanksgiving 2016!

We have a lot to be thankful for this year, as the Thanksgiving Holiday arrives. On Monday we had a great potluck with our team at the office.  Yesterday our team joined HEB in packing 14,000 meals for the Feast

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Stanford: Incubator with Dorms?

Steve Blank recently asserted that Stanford is basically “an incubator with dorms“.  That sounded a bit contentious until I read the article.  He’s right.There are 145 entrepreneurship courses offered at Stanford today.  That’s unbelievable. There might not have been any

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Thoughts on 10x Growth

Jason Cohen, founder of WP Engine, has a brilliant take on the age old question of startups “How do we 10x?”.  As he says, “a great question when a startup is young. Does it always remain the right question?”He takes

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The Best Tacos in Austin?

Another article on the home of tacos, Austin, TX.To hear Austinites tell it, they damn near invented the taco. They’re certainly not above declaring war over one, which Mayor Adler did, even creating an Austin Taco Day (Sept 24th).No, sir,

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The Austin American-Statesman Weighs in on the Best Places to Work in Austin

We’ve heard from Fortune and the ABJ, and now the Austin American-Statesman weighs in as part of their Sunday edition.  The methodology and approach to evaluating may be different but the results are consistent:  BP3 is rated the top small

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Human Capital

I’m a big believer in human capital.  I always have been.  And that value system was reinforced by my time at Stanford and in my first two jobs after college.  At BP3, we’ve built a business based on people. And

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Austin Tech and Politics: Go Vote!

The Statesman recently covered Austin’s tech community and our involvement in politics. The tech industry — which employs more than 100,000 people in Central Texas — is becoming more politically organized as a response to recent votes by the Austin City

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Last Week

Last week BP3 attended 3 events in 3 countries to meet with customers, prospects, and partners.  And of course our team was visiting a multitude of customers and prospects as well.There are moments in your company’s life when you realize

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Austin and Formula 1

Few were more surprised than I was that Formula 1 came to Austin a few years ago.  It just seemed like a pipe dream in the days before – unlikely to really come to fruition.F1 in Austin had a rough

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