BPM: April 2006 Archives

Although the AIIM E-DOC magazine site still shows the January/February issue, you can find the link to the article that I wrote for the March/April issue here (or check out the dead-tree version of the publication). In this article, I... Read More..
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An article by Bruce Silver in Intelligent Enterprise discusses the recent spate of BPM vendors releasing their process modelling tools for free. He lists Savvion, Oracle and Intalio, but the trend is widening -- TIBCO just announced the availability of... Read More..
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BPM en français

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Jean-Christophe Dichant, an ex-colleague of mine from FileNet, is back to blogging about BPM (en français), and has the first in what he promises to be a series of posts on the major issues in organizations that can be addressed... Read More..
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Red Hat buying JBoss

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If you're into open source BPM, you'll be interested to know that Red Hat announced today that they're buying JBoss, makers of the open source jBPM and jBoss Rules (formerly jRules) products.... Read More..
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I've made some updates to my Squidoo BPM lens, adding a list of BPM vendors with some initial comments (more to come on that), as well as updating the book list to include recent reads such as Andrew Spanyi's More... Read More..
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I went looking at last year's BPMG conference webpage to find out about this year's conference, and was surprised to see that not only have they moved their conference to September, but they're headlining a European Gartner BPM summit in... Read More..
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With that title, you can just imagine the black-cassocked priest striding across the Irish moors to confront his personal demons... or maybe I have an overactive imagination from watching a rerun of The Thorn Birds last night. Anyway, this isn't... Read More..
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The last day at the Gartner conference was a short one for me: I skipped the vendor sessions in the morning, so only attended Daryl Plummer's session "BPM in the Service Oriented Architecture" and the Andrew Spanyi talk at lunch... Read More..
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I finished up Tuesday at the conference with Bill Rosser's "Creating a Business Architecture". I found his enterprise architecture models to be a bit inconsistent: at one point, he includes application architecture in information architecture; later, he splits them out... Read More..
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