Welcome Back, John

  • December 4, 2015
  • Scott
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They say you can’t go home again.  But for Lombardi alumni and BP3, it isn’t true.  Not every person we hire writes a blog post about it, but John Reynolds did. After stints at Lombardi and IBM, John worked with Kofax/Lexmark for the last year in Product Marketing.  At BP3, John will be working with some of our best customers to share his perspective on BPM. From his post:

“I am happy to share the news that I’m joining BP3 Global, a really awesome boutique software consulting firm that specializes in Business Process Management (BPM) solutions.

BPM has evolved significantly since I joined “the movement” almost 10 years ago. That was a time of tremendous energy and activity by scrappy start-up vendors whose clients were innovators and early adopters.”

We’re pretty excited to have John on the team, as some of us in the BPM space are still scrappy start-ups – but even better to have veterans like John joining our effort. One of the great pleasures of building and growing BP3 has been the opportunity to hire our favorite colleagues a second (or third!) time, and to unlock what we can do when we combine their talents with first-time colleagues that come with fresh perspectives.

John, welcome home!

 

 

 

 

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