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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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I read a blog post on Enterprise Irregulars by Sandy Kemsley the other day on BPM Summer Camp, a tutorial session she's created to help business people (in the case of an upcoming presentation) understand BPMN - or business process... Read More..
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I was reading a blog post by Jim Sinur on Gartner.com about the divergent paths of business process management espoused by either masters of the practice or "neophytes." I found the post very interesting and respect the points that Jim... Read More..
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I recently came across an interesting opinion piece by analyst and consultant Allen Bonde on SearchCRM (part of TechTarget's publication network, which now includes eBizQ as well). Bonde made some very reasoned, topical arguments acknowledging the prominent role of "social... 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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