Category Archive for "BPMobility"

Brazos Portal Version 1.1.0 Available

Once again our BP Labs team is cranking out regular releases of the best user interface for BPM: Brazos. Brazos Portal v1.1.0 is now available for download. The current version of the BP3 Brazos Portal can be found here: Brazos Portal

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Thinktiv Rewrites the Business of Startups

Thinktiv just relaunched their site, with an emphasis on clients.  Over 200 companies launched and transformed, 120 products, and pretty amazing investment and exit values generated ($1.3B and $2.5B respectively). We sought Thinktiv’s help with our mobile product strategy –

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What is Mobile BPM? Definition vs. Practical Priorities

Someone came by our booth at Impact last week, and engaged me in a very direct conversation: He: So what exactly is this, mobile BPM? Me: Well… (noticing his name badge and that he works for one of the largest

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UMED + BPM + Brazos UI Toolkit #IBMIMPACT

[Author’s Note: This is the last (I think!) of the 2014 IBM Impact posts – on to new territory in the next post! ] Piotr Jagiełło gave an informative view of BPM in his 9am Thursday session.  The Medical University

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BP3 @ #IBMImpact: Build Beautiful Mobile & Desktop UI’s Using IBM BPM, IBM Worklight, & Brazos

We’re hosting a box lunch session Tuesday at noon, at IMPACT.  This session will get into details of how to build a brazos UI from scratch.  Anyone wanting technical assistance getting started with Brazos will want to check out this

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Brazos 2.0 is GA

We told you Brazos 2.0 was coming – and the wait is over.  After extensive field-use and field-testing by BP3, BP Labs, and many of our customers and partners at IBM and elsewhere, Brazos is ready to be labeled GA. 

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User Experience Matters. Or, Why We Built Brazos

Even though business users have been conditioned to expect a less stimulating experience from enterprise software, it is by no means indicative of their desire.  It doesn’t have to be that way. Better tools lead to a more productive workforce.

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BPM for Managing Work at Scale, Digital Transformation for Transparent Work

One of the best statements about the future of BPM was buried in the fourth paragraph of Neil Ward-Dutton’s post on his experience on a panel at IBM Impact this year, so we’ll talk about it first: BPM is making

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IBM Champions on Mobile Strategy

Great job to the folks at IBM for pulling this video together from three different IBM Champions: Great composition from the three of us, we really appreciate IBM putting it together. If you’re looking for more videos from Impact, one

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BP3 Brazos UI Webinar: Tuesday August 27

What: A Webinar on the BP3 Brazos UI Toolkit for IBM BPM When: Tuesday, August 27, 2013 at 10:00AM US Central Daylight Time Who : Ivan Kornienko, and you Register: http://info.bp-3.com/brazos-webinar-series/ We’re hosting a webinar to review the Brazos UI

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Brazos 2.0 is Nearly Upon Us

We’re nearly ready to release Brazos 2.0 to the world.  It includes some great new capabilities based on feedback from our customers, partners, and our own implementations teams: Rich iconic design scheme expanded Responsive layout, easier to configure Natural mobile

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Brazos 2.0 is Coming

For those who have heard of Brazos at Impact or elsewhere, but are wondering what is coming next, I wanted to take time out to share what we have cooking for Brazos 2.0.  Brazos 2.0 is shipping with a few

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Videos from #bpmNEXT: BPM for Mobile, Mobile for BPM

As I’ve written before, bpmNEXT was a fantastic event, and we put up quite a few posts about it over the following weeks.  In the midst of all the IBM Impact posts that we’re catching up on, the videos from

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Bruce Silver’s Impressions at #IBMImpact

We were pleased to run into Bruce Silver at Impact and he has since posted his impressions of the conference on his blog. Process innovation was a central theme of last week’s IBM Impact conference – it took center stage

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Your Mobile BPM Could be Beautiful Too

Why not build beautiful applications for your business? Great shout-out from Caged Ether on his blog – “What exactly is going on in enterprise mobility right now?“.  As he says, there’s no reason for enterprise processes to be ugly, and

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Great First Day at #IBMImpact

We had a great first day at IBM Impact.  The day started off feeling like a bit of a Lombardi reunion as we kept running into people we know from those days.  But it wasn’t long before we were setting

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BP3 Speaking at #IBMImpact: Scott Francis and Ivan Kornienko: Mobile for BPM. BPM for Mobile

One perk of being an IBM Websphere Champion is that I was offered an opportunity to show off our Brazos UI for Mobile BPM in the Champion’s corner.  Anyone interested in creating beautiful interfaces for their business processes in IBM

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BP3’s BRAZOS UI: Mobile BPM. Made Easy.

In the run-up to IBM Impact, we want to share a little bit of what we’ve been up to, and what we have to show at our booth at Impact. We set out to make it easy to make a

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BP3 Speaking at #IBMImpact: Driving Mobile Innovations

We recently highlighted Sue Butler’s co-presentation with UMB Bank, and now we’re happy to announce that our own Andrew Paier, Director of BP Labs, will be a member of a panel at Impact covering Mobile Innovation: 3299 Panel Discussion: Driving

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Presenting Mobile BPM at #bpmNEXT

Ivan Kornienko and I presented “BPM for Mobile, Mobile for BPM” at bpmNEXT on March 20th.  We walked through our thought process around mobile as it relates to BPM, shortcomings of the current approaches (as we see it), and some

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#bpmNEXT – BPM Crossing the Chasm?

I flew up with Ivan Kornienko to the Asilomar conference facility in California on Tuesday – for the brand-new bpmNEXT conference.  The conference, as you may know, is hosted by Nathaniel Palmer and Bruce Silver. We started out in style

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How to Make Mobile BPM a Success in Your Enterprise

ReadWriteWeb has a great article on how to make BYOD (Bring your own device) successful in your enterprise. Our product manager for BP Mobility pointed out that the top-10 list mirrors our approach to Mobile, two of which jump out

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Lowering the Barrier to Mobile BPM

We’ve blogged before about the benefits of native mobile apps for BPM (and in particular, why a native iOS app is a good place to start). But one of the things we’ve learned in working with customers is that there’s

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The Next Big Thing in BPM – bpmNEXT

bpmNEXT is coming March 19-21, at Asilomar Conference Center on the Monterey Peninsula.  I’m excited to be attending, but also honored to be presenting.  I like that Bruce and company have taken a different approach to this conference: No how-tos,

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iOS First

Thanks to a link on daring fireball, I read this entertaining comment thread on the BBC’s website.  Mostly, it consists of Android users complaining that the BBC releases apps on iOS first. But the BBC comes back with a very

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Yesterday was a Good Day

Yesterday was a good day. It wasn’t long ago when BP3 was just two people trying to figure out how to start a BPM company from scratch.  Today, we had two playbacks for two different customers on the same day. 

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Is this Debate Over Yet?

Two fun reports from Business Insider: First, one that declares apps the winner in the Apps vs. Browsers war… More people using apps than the browser People spend more time in apps, bu a wide margin Time spent on apps

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Why We’re Investing in Mobile BPM

Because it is all going mobile eventually, as Ian Gotts would tell you… Indeed, all the current analysis seems to show that the move to mobile is EVEN faster than expected. Google said that annualised revenues from mobile was now

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#IBMImpact – Interviews and More Interviews

This was my third IBM Impact conference – but the first in which I was asked to do interviews while I was there.  Having what they call a “face for radio”, I’m usually not the first choice for television interviews,

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