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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
To read about chess and Kubrick and Bobby Fischer. Chess and Process appear to be related… but otherwise this one isn’t about BPM.
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 … Continue reading
Merry Christmas from BP3 to our customers, partners, vendors and colleagues. Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season!
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 … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading