We had a pretty special week in Austin last week. We hosted our global team and select customers for BPMCAMP. And I couldn’t be happier with the final product. It just gets better every year.By way of background, this is
Why Brazos UI has one-third the number of components than the average IBM BPM Partner UI toolkit, yet it’s used by ten times more customers than the next most popular one. In this post, let’s examine why. Brazos UI was
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,
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
Note: you can find BP3’s sessions at IBM Interconnect here.Kaiser has been at the forefront of adopting a service oriented architecture and BPM in its practices over the last few years. Come to this session to experience and interesting use
Our very own Brian and Nik led a discussion on building modular user interfaces for BPM. They’ve been the force behind a lot of our UI development at BP3 – including the first version of Brazos Portal and several customer
[Editor’s note: this is a guest post from our Brazos Open lead, David Parish. He has spearheaded the development all the way through, producing a new, great, option for user interfaces for BPM. Brazos is a better user interface option