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The way ahead: Business Process Management and the BPM Cosmos

“The only thing that is constant is change” This quote was coined by Heraclitus of Ephesus – (Ἡράκλειτος, Herakleitos; c. 535 – 475 BC), a Greek philosopher, known for his doctrine of change being central to the universe, and for instituting the term Logos (λόγος) in Western philosophy, as meaning both the source and fundamental […]

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BPM Core Competencies

Hashtag time… #BigData. #Mobile. #Social. #Rules. #HistoricalReporting. #PredictiveAnalytics. #ComplexEventProcessing. #Portals. #Solutions. #InternetOfThings. Some of the hashtags above are trending, and some were either trending long ago or long before Twitter, Google+, or Facebook came into existence. Regardless, all of them have their respective places in today’s modern enterprise, and all of them can be valuable

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Case Management & BPM

There is an ongoing debate about whether Case Management is really BPM or is it completely separate. This is beyond polemics as a company that may have invested in a BPM platform needs to understand whether it needs a separate investment in a Case Management suite. The strongest argument made for it being a separate

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BPM and SOA Synergy

This is my first installment into the BPM and SOA Synergy topic. There are many resources discussing this topic and one would expect that most important issues are well understood and described. However, some key concepts are often presented in a way that leaves a room for interpretation and, therefore, may cause confusion. This is

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BPM – Bridging the Business-IT gap

“There is nothing permanent except change” – Heraclitus, 6th Century BC. To lead in the business environment is to embrace change. There is a dire need to minimize the Business-IT gap. In most organizations, senior executives and developers struggle with one common factor – the “UNKNOWNS”, and they primarily suffer because of the following underlying reasons: Patch

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