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More on Model Autogeneration

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:37-08:00 February 10th, 2007|Uncategorized|

The coolest thing I saw at Process World was definitely ARIS Process Performance Manager (PPM), specifically its ability to autogenerate the as-is model from instrumenting the backend systems that perform its activities.  IDS CTO Wolfram Jost mentioned this in his keynote, and there were a number of comments about it in my Almost Live… post [...]

More on BPM and ECM

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:37-08:00 January 30th, 2007|Uncategorized|

It seems the smartest guys in the room, BPM-wise, have suddenly discovered content management.  Or, more accurately, have begun to imagine what an intersection between the two might possibly look like… as if that were almost possible.  Ismael tosses out three candidates: 1. Manage the lifecycle of content objects in CM, and just store the links [...]

What is Case Management?

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:37-08:00 January 29th, 2007|Uncategorized|

I recently received an email from Danny Greefhorst of the Netherlands, who says in relation to my 2006 BPMS Report series: “your definition of case management seems to be very document-centric and to be quite different from interpretations I have seen in other places.”  He attaches a couple articles, also of Dutch origin.  The note [...]

BAM Webcast Next Week

By | 2007-01-05T17:17:38-08:00 January 5th, 2007|Uncategorized|

If you've heard about BAM but aren't exactly sure what it is, tune into my webcast on Thursday January 11 at 10am PT/1pm ET.  The registration link is here.  The sponsor is EMC, and after my (vendor-neutral) introduction to the benefits of BAM and how it works, EMC will demo its ProActivity BAM now integrated with [...]

Deeper Into Simulation, Part 3: Activity Based Costing

By | 2007-01-05T17:10:44-08:00 January 5th, 2007|Uncategorized|

The previous discussion leads naturally into simulation use case 3, which deals with Activity Based Costing. A number of users have asked me if simulation provided activity based costing, and I always said yes, since I assumed it could. But it’s not built into the tools at all. This turned out to be a really interesting part of [...]

webMethods Tops Forrester Wave

By | 2006-12-22T15:59:41-08:00 December 22nd, 2006|Uncategorized|

webMethods, who at the beginning of this year couldn't even break into the BPM analysts' magic circle/wave/whatever, ends 2006 taking top honors in the Forrester Wave for Integration Centric BPM.  For you non-subscribers, you can get the report from the webMethods website.  webMethods has put a lot into its new version of the offering, part [...]

Deeper Into Simulation – Part 1

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:41-08:00 December 18th, 2006|Uncategorized|

A couple months ago I posted about the deficient simulation capabilities of most process modeling tools.  More recently I’ve been working with ITP Commerce – the tool provider for my upcoming BPMN training – on enhancing their simulation features to address the use cases that figure most prominently in process analysis.  It’s been a really [...]

IPO for Lombardi?

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:42-08:00 November 29th, 2006|Uncategorized|

Last week an item came up on ComputerWire called “Lombardi Gears Up for IPO.”  Wow, did I like doze off and somehow wake up back in 1998?  OK, revenue is up 200% over 2005, but Dataquest reports 2005 software revenue at $18 Million, so since when do $50 Million software companies do IPOs?  Maybe that [...]

Intalio Expands Open Source BPM

By | 2016-12-29T13:40:42-08:00 November 29th, 2006|Uncategorized|

Intalio, which calls itself the Open Source BPMS Company, yesterday announced the donation of a BPMN modeling tool to the open source community, and tomorrow plans to add a “BPEL4People-based” workflow framework.  The BPMN modeler, donated to the Eclipse Foundation, is now available under the Eclipse Public License (EPL) and is part of the SOA [...]