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I received Proforma's press release last week about the Forrester report on process modelling tools (PDF, free download), in which Proforma places well against their usual competitors, IDS Scheer and MEGA. All three are in the leaders category, with Proforma leading... Read More..
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There's just something about that mid-Western accent that I find endearing, and when Roy Massie from SunGard first pronounced "insurance" as a two-syllable word, I was hooked. Roy's was the last non-Proforma presentation of the conference, and he was the... Read More..
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Proforma for ITIL

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ITIL is not a subject that I spend a lot of time thinking about, but John Clark from HP does. John sat beside me for all of day 2 (except when he was presenting :) ), and I had the... Read More..
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Laura Six-Stallings from QAD gave a presentation on how they are using enterprise architecture for strategic corporate planning, which absolutely fascinated me since most EA projects that I've been involved in have been focussed at much lower levels. She used... Read More..
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Six Sigma and Proforma

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Day 2 of the Proforma conference included three additional customer presentations, one from a partner, then all the exciting stuff about the upcoming product release. Following on the heels of the panel at the end of day 1, in which... Read More..
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Our after-lunch keynote on the first day was by Geary Rummler, co-creator of the well-known Rummler-Brache methodology and author of Improving Performance: How to Manage the White Space in the Organization Chart. In case you're not getting the significance of this,... Read More..
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The last customer presentation of Day 1 at the Proforma conference was Mary Baumgartner Vellequette from Genentech's Corporate Treasury division. Through curiosity on both of our parts, Mary and I later toured the show floor of the International Lingerie show... Read More..
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Sometimes I don't pick up a lot from a presentation, or at least I don't write a lot of notes about what I learned from it. Bill Riordan from HP talked about modelling customer support centre processes, but I came... Read More..
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It was Craig Confoy's presentation on Johnson & Johnson Pharma where I really started to get interested in the issue of where EA sits in the enterprise. Although the "E" in EA stands for "Enterprise", it seems that most organizations,... Read More..
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Mary Berger from Land O' Lakes kicked off the customer presentations by talking about how they modelled several of their core business processes in spite of the lack of in-house resources, both analysts and SMEs. They backfilled their own resources with some... Read More..
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