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Merry Christmas!

Once again it is that time of year – Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to our BP3 customers, team members, and partners! We hope everyone is taking a little break from process and process improvement to focus on family and

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Starbucks, Meet Square

So today I see Jack Dorsey has announced a new deal between Square and Starbucks.  I didn’t intend to predict the future a few months ago, when I wrote about Square’s new Card Case app, and how it changed point-of-sale

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Missing the Point: College Recruiting

The Wall Street Journal published another article about college recruiting.  It seems to reflect how a lot of companies approach college recruiting and think about college recruiting.  And it is also, in my view, completely wrong.  Let’s touch on the

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Now Watch the Video – BP Mobility on Vimeo

There’s just no way to do justice to the BP Mobility offering without having a demo to envision it.  And demonstrating a multi-device mobile app is a bit of a challenge on a Webex – and on most videoconference calls,

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Bruce Silver’s Review of IBM BPM from #IBMImpact

Bruce Silver put out a review of IBM BPM based on information gathered at Impact and I thought I’d share a few highlights here: BPM took center stage on Day 2 of IBM Impact, which used to be a SOA/BPM

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A Break from the usual Programming

To read about chess and Kubrick and Bobby Fischer. Chess and Process appear to be related… but otherwise this one isn’t about BPM.

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Customer Service at its Finest

My bank purchased an investment bank in 2008.  As a long-time customer, I had a small amount of optimism that the purchase of the investment bank would lead to some benefit to me, their banking customer. Changes happened in the

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Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from BP3 to our customers, partners, vendors and colleagues.  Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season!

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#Apple: Still America's Best Retailer?

Sometimes its good to review “how we saw the world” at a given point in time.  Back in 2007, 2.5 years ago, Jerry Useem wrote an article tagging Apple as “America’s Best Retailer“. Its still a great read to see

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Once Upon a Time in Software, a Services Company did Compete

A friend of mine recently asked me about going to work for a software vendor, we’ll call ACME. Well, specifically, what I thought of their prospects in the market, rather than what it is like to work there (after all,

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