Posts Tagged "BPM"

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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Rapid Development With Brazos Open

[Editor’s note: this is a guest post from our Brazos Open lead, David Parish.  He has spearheaded the development all the way through, producing a new, great, option for user interfaces for BPM.  Brazos is a better user interface option

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We’re not the only ones…

Apparently we’re not the only ones who get annoyed reading all this “BPM is Dead” stuff… So now that we are clear on what BPM is, is there really anyone out there who gives any credibility to proclamations of the

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Coach Views vs. Custom UI Development

A question that we encounter at a number of customers that have a decent amount of internal development expertise is “Should we create our user interface for our process in IBM BPM or in another technology”.  The answer to this,

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BPMN 3.0?

EbizQ had to ask the question: “Should there be a BPMN 3.0 and, if so, what additions should it include?” One point of view was that the spec needed to be split into 4 specs, with more targeted purposes and

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Introducing BP Strategy

[Editor’s Note: Rich Phillips recently joined BP3 as our Chief Strategy Officer, and this is the first of many posts on the subject of process strategy, and the beginning of a new “BP Strategy” category for these posts.] Launching the

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