BPM: July 2006 Archives

This is the third, and final part, of my blog posts regarding what we can learn from spreadsheets and non-traditional application development. The first part discussed how spreadsheets are a positive example of how line of business experts can develop... Read More..
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So, in my last post, I was expressing optimism about how BPM tools could enable non-technical users to build their own applications. Just as the spreadsheet made departments capable of developing certain types of applications on their own, BPM... Read More..
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I spent several hours stuck on the tarmac in Toronto today: the storms on the east coast kept us grounded. As such I didn't get a chance to finish the second part. Hopefully I'll post it tomorrow night.... Read More..
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Several months ago, I started thinking about the parallels between spreadsheets and the BPM industry. Several of my customers had been asking me about which features of AquaLogic BPM that "non-technical business users" will be able to use and which... Read More..
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I see that Sandy already beat me to posting about the (long overdue) 2006 Magic Quadrant for BPMS. I'm hoping that BEA gets republishing rights to this report so that I can give you a link. But in the meantime,... Read More..
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