Obviously we’re pretty excited to get great coverage from local and other media outlets on our recent funding. It’s always fun to take time to share your good news with others, and see them take an interest. Other sources included:
For Release: With $10 million investment, BP3 Global catches the third wave of enterprise software disruption Austin, Texas – BP3 Global, the leading provider of business process and decision management (BPM) software and services, has taken a $10-million investment from
BP3 Global (http://www.bp-3.com), a global provider of business process and decision management (BPM) software and services has been named second in the Best Places to Work in the Medium Companies category by Austin Business Journal. Final rankings were revealed at the
Austin is home to some fantastic coffee shops (and roasters). The Austinot published a story over the summer relating interviews with four top baristas in Austin. I’ve been to two of the four coffee shops depicted – Houndstooth and Epoch
Today BP3 proudly announces the latest update to the industry’s leading UI toolkit for the IBM Business Process Manager coach framework. It is no surprise to our readers that Brazos remains the most popular user interface framework for IBM BPM.
The Wall Street Journal recently wrote “Tech Startups Struggle to Close Deals with IT Buyers” – and it is a compelling read: Yet startup products and services for enterprises, while more accepted than a few years ago, still face significant