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I recently came across some Gartner research insights from almost a year ago that I had read previously and enjoyed. The findings concerned "citizen developers" - people creating solutions outside of the jurisdiction of enterprise IT. Discussed at the Gartner... Read More..
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As most of us have figured out by now, SaaS is here to stay. Just in case you had any doubts, both IDC and Gartner issued reports this week chronicling the recent double-digit gains in the marketplace that we'll continue... Read More..
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A few weeks ago ebizQ's BPM Forum asked a question I've heard many times in the past few months: will 2010 be the year of BPM? It got me thinking not just because we tend to quickly put labels on... Read More..
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Overnight delivery services like FedEx and UPS have done a tremendous job automating their processes to the point that many of us take for granted the ability to track a package en route, and learn exactly when it will arrive.... Read More..
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It's hard not to have noticed the recent rash of acquisitions over the past few weeks, from Oracle acquiring both Secerno and Market2Lead within the span of a week to SAP's lofty purchase of Sybase. For the most part this... Read More..
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Connie Moore of Forrester Research posted a fascinating introduction to the firm's 2010 BPM areas of focus shortly before the holidays. In her post she discusses Forrester's "Role Deep Dives" experiment, in which Connie interviewed business process professionals at 28... Read More..
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Tom Allanson of PerfectForms shares his ideas on managing business processes, automating workflows and designing for business users - both in the cloud and on the ground.

Tom Allanson

Tom Allanson, CEO of Perfect Forms, Inc., has over 19 years of experience leading teams and growing businesses and has held key executive roles at Intuit, General Electric, and H&R Block. Most recently the President of H&R Block Digital Tax Division, he had previously been Senior Vice President at Intuit in charge of the Tax Division, including TurboTax. He started his career as a design engineer.

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