Posts Tagged "Alfresco"

Alfresco’s Activiti BPM Year in Review

Paul Holmes-Higgin has posted a nice review of Alfresco’s efforts with Activiti on the Alfresco blog. First, some history: Alfresco shook the BPM trees five years ago when it first brought the jBPM team in to build a new open

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Brazos Portal 1.2.2 Release: Federated BPM and Activiti Support

Last week, our team released Brazos Portal 1.2.2, the best responsive UI for BPM. This is the kind of innovation that BP3 is uniquely qualified to bring to the BPM market. This version includes milestone features, as promised: Support for

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Impressions from Alfresco Summit

Last week BP3 attended Alfresco Summit for the first time. We already have Greg Harley’s impressions of the summit, but I wanted to share my thoughts as a BPM practitioner surrounded by an ECM conference. On the heels of an

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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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Prepped for Alfresco Summit

We’re at Alfresco Summit this week to promote Brazos Portal for Activiti.  Really interested to see how a fundamentally content-management focused conference and set of attendees will accept or embrace a BPM tool (Activiti) and partner (BP3). Today we met

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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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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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The March of Open Source

This article from Todd Barr, of Alfresco, made me think again about how open-source software might impact BPM. The point of the article is that VMWare is rumored to be acquiring SUSE Linux from Novell – and that this is

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Alfresco's Business Case for Activiti

A couple of posts from Alfresco personnel about the launch of Activiti hit the wires over the last day or two. First, John Newton explains why Alfresco was interested in getting involved in the Activiti project: Activiti emerged from our

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Additional Reactions to Activiti

Well, its only the second day since the Activiti news hit the wire and we have quite a few reactions.  Kudos to Theo Priestley for an unconventional take: But there’s something else brewing under the surface. Whilst I could have

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