BPM Redux on TIBCO-Nimbus

  • September 16, 2011
  • Scott
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I missed this in the news cycle on TIBCO acquiring Nimbus, but Theo Priestley of BPM redux posted on the acquisition as well:

And this is where it gets interesting. If you think on it, it’s actually an admission of failure (and of lessons learnt) because both are squarely pitched in the separate worlds of Business and IT. […]

It’s also interesting because TIBCO had a ‘social’ element to it’s suite with TIBBR, does this mean they think got the social collaboration functionality wrong ?

I think the likely answer is “yes”.

 

 

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