BP3 is now registered on Google Maps. Not a bad interface for registering the map location and business summary. And its always good to be “on the map”!
Had lots of feedback in favor of adding Disqus commenting system (here and in other blogs), specifically around threading, identity, and sharing. For example, you can login using your Twitter id or openID etc. So we finally bit the bullet … Continue reading
There’s been a lot of coverage of what it means for IBM to buy Lombardi. Jaisundar proposed that this would upset the balance of power and cause more acquisitions… But perhaps the side effect he (and others) didn’t foresee was … Continue reading
If you haven’t used the site, hunch, you might want to give it a look. Its pretty interesting, as it attempts to crowdsource decisions. Hunch also does a pretty good job of anticipating your answers to questions based on your … Continue reading
I missed this press release from just about 2 weeks ago. I think it will be a growing trend to embed BPM functionality into core business applications. Callidus‘ offering in particular is interesting because it is a way to extend … Continue reading
Thanks to an intrepid WordPress plugin developer, we now have Google Translate machine translation embedded in our blog. You’ll find it along the right-hand column, and while I can’t test it in too many languages, I did get a kick … Continue reading
I’d like to take credit for it, but it is all the magic of WPTouch, a great WordPress plugin that Sandy Kelmsey turned us onto in this post. The homepage for the plugin is here. Literally half of our team … Continue reading
We have a new look for the BP3 site – a fresh look, you might say. And that’s what we are bringing to the world of business process – whether it’s process improvement or process management (BPM). We have some … Continue reading