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BP3 in the ABJ: Best Places to Work Profile

The Austin Business Journal has been running daily articles on the Best Places to Work in Austin, and last week it was BP3’s turn, most of the text below: Describe your company’s workplace: Our culture isn’t about the ping pong

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BrazosUIToolkit

Brazos UI Releases: Enterprise and Lite 4.1

If you’ve been waiting for a refresh of our Brazos UI Lite toolkit, version 4.1 is the version you’ve been waiting for – if this is the first time you’ve registered with BP3, however, try this link instead, which explains

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BP3: Austin’s Best Places to Work 2015

Last year we made the list of Austin’s Best Places to Work for the first time. Of course, we’ve always been one of the best places to work in our hearts but the competition for these awards is tight! 2015

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BP3 Global Inc, in conjunction with Future Strategies Inc, Announces Release of BPM Everywhere: Internet of Things, Process of Everything

Business Process Management (BPM) book of 2015, addressing the reality of digital business, people, things and processes and what the impact of the Internet of Things presents for business processes and architectures, not in some distant scenario, but today. (PRWEB)

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For Release: BP3 Announces Release of BrazosOpen

We’re excited to announce the latest product from BP3 – BrazosOpen.  Designed for the open source market, BrazosOpen brings the ability to create beautiful UIs to open source software. BP3 Announces Release of BrazosOpen BP3 (http://www.bp-3.com), leaders in business process

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BP3 announces BrazosOpen Beta Program

BP3 is pleased to announce the beta availability of BrazosOpen for Activiti. BrazosOpen brings the industry leading user experience technology of Brazos UI for IBM BPM to open source platforms such as Activiti and Camunda.  First announced at last year’s

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Brazos UI Enterprise v3.17 Released

Editor’s note: The most popular user interface framework for IBM BPM is now even better with the latest release.  As seen in many sessions at IBM Interconnect, Brazos UI Enterprise makes a difference: faster releases, happier customers, greater development efficiency,

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Neches Analysis – Revealed [Video]

For those of you who missed the Neches demonstration at IBM Interconnect two weeks ago, we have a treat:  a step-by-step tutorial of Neches for Analysis in action. BP3’s Neches Analysis Explained from bp3 on Vimeo.   Or if you

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For Release: BP3 Global Announces Partnership with BTP to Drive BPM User Experience in Australia and New Zealand

We are pleased to announce our newest partnership:   BP3 Global (www.bp-3.com), leading provider of business process management (BPM) software and services in North America and Europe, and BTP Australia (BTP), a leading provider of Business Process Management Solutions for Financial Services,

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BPMCAMP: In about Six Months…

The best practitioner event in BPM is in six months: BPMCAMP 2015 in Austin. Two years ago, we decided to run our internal all-hands meeting like a mini-conference. Last year, we invited a few customers down to Austin to join

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Brazos + Brazos = Process in the Palm of Your Hand

[ Editor’s note:  You didn’t think we’d go to an IBM conference without updating Brazos, did you?  Of course you didn’t.  Brazos Portal 1.5 is another big step forward with shared views & templates, which further put it ahead of

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2014: Year in Review

2014 was another great year for BPM, and for BP3.  2014 Lacked the fireworks of some previous years – fewer acquisitions and fewer existential arguments between ACM, BPM, and ECM proponents.  What we did see was BPM vendors acquiring capabilities

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Brazos Portal v1.4 Released

[Editor’s note: The Brazos Portal team is executing on all cylinders, just like the Brazos UI and Brazos Charts team.  Regular releases with significant improvements. Congrats to David and the whole team for making this happen! – Scott ] Brazos

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A Year in BPM Blogging, 2014

Again our Blog had a good year.  Page Views per month were sitting at around 9,000 at the end of 2013… But by the end of 2014, page views were in the 13,000 to 14,000 range. Interest in Brazos and

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2014: Year in Review

I think it is no exaggeration to say that 2014 has been a banner year for BP3. This year we released Brazos Portal, and Brazos UI Enterprise.  We released Neches Analysis into Beta, a product we think will change BPM implementations

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Announcing: Brazos Portal 1.3

Our Brazos Portal team has been busy building the best UI endpoint for BPM, and we’re ready with a new release – 1.3.  With Brazos Portal, you are experiencing the BPM portal user interface of the future, today.  Vendors talk

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For Release: BP3 Global Announces the Acquisition of Modexe Ltd Interests

We’re excited to welcome the Modexe team to the family – a great delivery team and a great culture fit. Here is the official press release for our acquisition of the interests of Modexe Ltd: BP3 Global Announces Acquisition of Modexe

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For Release: BP3 Releases Brazos Portal for Activiti BPM

Our Open Source Software BPM division, under the leadership of Greg Harley, is doing great work.  Open Source BPM has never had an interface like this.  Until a few months ago, even commercial BPM packages didn’t have user interfaces like

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Session Notes from BPMCamp: BPM Insights into Continuous Improvement

We started off BPMCAMP right with a presentation from one of our customers – Sean Perry of CUNA Mutual, who gave our team and our customers an overview of his insights into BPM and Continuous Improvement. I noticed at IBM

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Announcing Brazos UI, Public Release 3.6

[Editor’s Note: this release represents the culmination of so much customer feedback and field testing, it is hard to express in a blog post.  A significant improvement over the previous public release, really proud of the work our team has

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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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BP3 in the Austin Fast 50 for Fourth Straight Year

We just concluded our annual meeting last week, and then this week notifications went out from the Austin Business Journal for the Fast 50 awards.  For the fourth straight year, BP3 is in the Austin Fast 50, based on our

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7 days to BPMCamp

We’ve been doing our all-hands meeting in the late summer or early fall for the last 4 years – this year will be our fifth. And the fifth comes at a time when our company seems to be firing on

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The “Dr. Koop Building”

The building that BP3 leases space in has been an iconic building in Austin.  During the dot-com years, it was the “Dr. Koop” building, and that’s how I’d referred to it for years.  You could almost identify how long someone

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Great Coverage in the ABJ Today for BP3

“The thing with Business Process Management is that there is no finish line” – Lance Gibbs, CEO of BP3.   BP3 has been growing leaps and bounds lately.  So it was a great surprise to see this article cross my

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For Release: BP3 Announces New BPM User Experience with Release of Brazos Portal

This is a copy of our official press release for the Brazos Portal release: BP3 has expanded its Brazos product suite of BPM end user tools with Brazos Portal, an alternative to the out-of-the-box IBM BPM Process Portal. BP3 (http://www.bp-3.com),

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Announcing Brazos Portal 1.0: Available for Download

UPDATE: if you’ve pre-registered or previously registered for Brazos Portal, you can always get the latest and greatest by following this link, and without re-registering. We’re proud to announce Brazos Portal 1.0 for IBM BPM is now available for release. 

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For Release: BP3 Global Announces New Headquarters in Austin

[Editor’s note: This press release went out on June 28th. We’ve previously blogged about it here.   We still love our new space!] BP3 Global Announces New Headquarters Within Austin BP3 Global, leading BPM services provider, has moved to a larger

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Press Release: BP3 Global Named One of the Best Places to Work in Austin

We’re proud of our company and how cohesive we are as a team.  When we won one of the awards for top places to work in Austin, we were thrilled with the recognition of a great team and a great

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Commodotizing the Complements

Many hailed Elon Musk’s decision to release a bunch of patents around their quick-charge stations (and others).  I still can’t quite tell if he released all their patents or only ones relating to the quick-charge stations. The stated goal: At

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For Release: Brazos UI Toolkit 3 Released

BP3 (http://www.bp-3.com), leaders in BPM services, has announced a substantial update to its Brazos UI toolkit to coincide with the release of IBM BPM 8.5.5.  The Brazos UI toolkit, designed to provide end users with a customizable, user friendly interface

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Great Things Come in Threes: Announcing Brazos 3

This is a big week for us. Brazos UI adoption has never been faster – with more registrations in the last month than any month previous, over 450 registered developers, and more than 44 production deployments leveraging Brazos UI. Great

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BP3 Named to Austin Business Journal’s list of 2014 Best Places to Work

BP3 is happy to announce its inclusion on Austin Business Journal’s list of 2014 Best Places to Work in Central Texas in the Small Business Category (21-50 employees).  Of a record-breaking 276 nominations, 70 companies are being honored this year

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Brazos UI Toolkit version 2.7.3 Released

BP3 Brazos UI v2.7.3 is now available for download!  All registered Brazos UI customers can now download this release directly from the support site. I’m proud of this release for a number of reasons – first, because it continues to

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Announcing: Brazos Portal – The Mobile Portal for IBM BPM

We’re setting mobile BPM free today with the new Brazos Portal for IBM BPM. The Brazos Portal includes several differentiating features: Users can organize their work the way they want in Brazos Portal.  This makes it easier to find the

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The Sonic (Economic) Boom that is SXSW

An article in the Austin Business Journal makes it clear what a huge impact SXSW has on Austin: In all, SXSW drove $218.2 million into the Austin economy, according to an economic analysis of the event. That figure includes $88.3

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Aligning with your Customers and your Values

Aligning what you do with your values. One of the hardest things about starting up a business, when you startup, is that you can’t fully adhere to your values.  If you take investor money, odds are you have to make

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Austin Getting Nonstop Flight to London

British Airways is bringing a nonstop flight from London to Austin in 2014.  This is going to be great news for people who make that round-trip frequently, despite the price tag being higher than a trip that routes through Dallas

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Brazos for Activiti [Including Video]

We started a project this summer with two of our intrepid interns and coaching from our BP Labs team, to see if we could build “Brazos for Activiti” (our code name for the project).  Conceptually of course, this seemed like

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BP3 in the Austin Fast 50 for Third Straight Year

This is just great timing.  Every year around this time we have a BP3 All Hands meeting and get everyone together in one place to review the year so far and prep for the home stretch.  And, for the third

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OpenText Buys Cordys

OpenText – the “We Buy Houses” of BPM – has added another BPM suite to the portfolio of BPM real estate it already occupies.  I thought maybe they were done, after the last acquisition.  Or the one before that.  But

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Brazos 2.0 Beta Released

Yesterday we started emailing registered Brazos 1.0 customers to send them the Brazos 2.0 Beta. I want to thank our BP3 team for pulling together to make this release happen, I’m really proud of what our team has done to

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The Offshore BPM Experiment is Over

Bosch has a really interesting BPM-meets-Internet-of-things offering that quite a few analysts and BPM thought leaders are excited about. But there are a couple of troubling signs, as viewed from the bleachers… such as  announcements like the one Bosch just

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Another BPM Vendor Acquired

I missed this on the news wire, but luckily MWD was there to pick up the thread, as Informatica buys Active Endpoints: Back on February 15, Informatica almost silently acquired BPM technology specialist Active Endpoints. Although the BPM vendor built

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Austin: This One Goes to 11

Seems like just yesterday when Austin was the 13th largest city in the US.  It had just surpassed San Francisco, if I remember correctly, which caused a flurry of interesting articles comparing the two. And now, just a few days

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Austin’s Tech Scene: Fewer People but Bigger Output

One of the disconnects I’ve had a hard time reconciling myself is why it feels like there is so much more going on in Austin’s tech scene than there used to be, and yet, overall Tech employment is still down

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BPM Still Investable: BonitaSoft raises $13M

BonitaSoft announced last week that they raised a third round, $13M, from several parties last week.  Apparently BPM startups are still investable!  And apparently BPM isn’t dead yet (sarcasm alert!).  BonitaSoft has been one of the most successful open source

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In Case You Didn’t Notice, Obama Came to Visit

Today (yesterday by the time you read this) Obama came to visit Austin. Pretty exciting.  One of his stops was Capital Factory, one of the incubator/co-working spaces in Austin that was co-founded by my friend Joshua Baer.  Lori Hawkins covered

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End of an Era

As long as I can remember, Jim Sinur has been writing about BPM.  On his blog yesterday he announced that he’s retiring on May 1st: It’s been a great run, here at Gartner, but all good things must end. I

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Fujitsu Acquires RunMyProcess

I hope someone writes about this that knows more about RunMyProcess and Fujitsu’s offerings than I do.  But today I saw in the news that Fujitsu has acquired the French startup (details remain private): The acquisition will also allow Fujitsu

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