Category Archive for "Greg Harley"

BrazosUIToolkit

Brazos UI 5 Released!

Today BP3 proudly announces the latest update to the industry’s leading UI toolkit for the IBM Business Process Manager coach framework.  It is no surprise to our readers that Brazos remains the most popular user interface framework for IBM BPM. 

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Oh the Places You’ll Go

We started BP3 in 2007, and bootstrapped it from just the two of us, to a team, to a company.  We used to quote Blues Brothers on a regular basis, “putting the band back together”…. because we felt like we

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BP3 Delivers BPM Training to a Packed House

A couple weeks ago, BP3 successfully delivered BPM training for a training class to a packed room of enthusiastic users and process developers. The class was delivered over three days and targets business analysts for the first day and a

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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 bpmNEXT

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Activiti Takes Center Stage at Alfresco Summit 2014

If anyone had any question about Alfresco’s commitment to Activiti BPM, their concerns should have been well and truly quelled Wednesday when Thomas DeMeo, Alfresco’s VP of Product Management introduced Activiti Enterprise during the opening morning keynote as… “the smart BPM

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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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Congrats to Alfresco on their Fundraising

Not too long ago our partner, Alfresco (makers of Activiti BPM) announced a big fundraising round.  From the Register: Alfresco doesn’t reveal numbers, but claims 30 per cent annual growth, with strength in government, high-tech, and healthcare.Money is also going

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Is there any value in directly executing BPMN?

It’s been a while since we were graced with a blog post from John Reynolds, but as always, his latest post was both thoughtful and thought provoking. In his post, John maintains that: “Directly executing BPMN makes no more nor

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Activiti 5.16 Released

Its good to see that the announcement of Activiti Enterprise Edition hasn’t slowed the release of community edition updates. To that end, Activiti 5.16 has just been made available for download here: http://activiti.org/download.html While this is primarily a bug fix release,

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For Release: BP3 Announces Strategic Partnership with Alfresco Software

We’re happy to announce an expanded partnership with Alfresco, and their Activiti Enterprise product for BPM.  We’ve been involved in the community for years now, and it is time for both Alfresco and BP3 to step it up to the

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…And That’s a Wrap: #bpmNEXT Presentation and Video

[Author’s note: Sorry for posting this late, but better late than never! ] We enjoyed presenting at bpmNEXT – we were up in the first set of talks session which allowed us to focus on that first session and then

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