Posts Tagged "Intalio"

Intalio Results are In

I haven’t been following Intalio closely since Ishmael moved on.  But they just posted about their Q4 results, and in the interest of making comparisons with Appian‘s results, we should review their statements as well. Obviously things are going well

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Intalio's Long Game

A few weeks ago I had a call with Intalio’s Ishmael Ghalimi.  It was right before vacation, and the unfortunate side-effect is that I’m only now catching up with writing the post I meant to write when I got off

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Mashup Tools for BPM

So Ishmael has a good post about the Intalio|Cloud Mashup tool.  It looks pretty cool from a technical point of view, and from an “exposing mashup capabilities to people otherwise unfamiliar with them” point of view. I’m wondering what other

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Financial Results in BPM

Looks like BPM companies are starting to crow about their growth and reveue prospects.  Savvion announced that it won every competitive deal they were in, Appian announced the best first half in their history, and Pega announced 1Q earnings of

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Another Take on Intalio's Cloud

My google alerts recently turned up a reference to a new blog post from Aditya Tuli, Too Cloudy, in which he engages in a very thoughtful critique of Intalio‘s roadshow, as well as his experiences with Intalio. First, there is

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The "Process Table"

Recently read the post (and watched the screencast) on Intalio’s blog about their new “Process Table” feature.  The basic idea is that you use a spreadsheet to define your process, and then have the software “auto-magically” produce a running, executable

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Intalio Crows about New Offerings

Intalio’s Ismael Ghalimi is crowing about some new offerings that are at least partly as a result of some acquisitions they’ve done recently.  The press release announces the new branding that is prevalent on their website.  They are now advertising

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How much does it cost to set up an ASP/SaaS business?

Coghead just closed its doors a couple days ago.  I first saw the news on techcrunch in this post:  Coghead Grinds To A Halt, Heads To The Deadpool.  And then the following day the news that SAP acquired Coghead’s IP

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A Late Christmas for BPM

Monday was a pretty big news day in the world of BPM.  Gartner just released a new version of its BPM Magic Quadrant for 2009.  Its been nearly 2 years since the last Magic Quadrant came out, so the interest

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(Reading about) Eating Intalio’s Dogfood

Ismael has lately been posting about dogfood lately – er, rather, Intalio eating its own dogfood by deploying Intalio’s BPM software to run internal processes at Intalio.  It goes into a bit too much detail for my interest- listing just

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Ismael’s Advice to Competitors: Use our BPEL Engine!

Thanks to Sandy’s blog post, I’ve once again been pointed to an interesting post in a blog I didn’t have in my Google reader (I’ve now added it!  thanks again Sandy!), in which Ismael Ghalimi gives unsolicited advice to the

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