• Case Study: GMX Seguros Digitally Transforming Processes

    Download this case study about how GMX Seguros decided to undertake a project of process automation and continuous improvement by implementing AuraPortal Helium iBPMS. Read More
  • Smart Work - BPM Podcast with Steven Stanton

    Peter Schooff discusses Smart Work with Steven Stanton of FCB Partners. Steven is also a keynote speaker for the 2016 BPM and Case Management Global Summit.

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  • Webinar: Successful Case Management Initiatives for Government Agencies

    This fast-paced, informative webinar presents how Case Management can be leveraged for agile system delivery, supporting the unique requirements and challenges faced in government environments.

    Thursday, June 9th, 11:00am EASTERN

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  • BPMN Potential Is Yet To Be Unlocked

    Lloyd Dugan from BPM.com has proposed a simplified CMMN at the recent bpmNEXT conference in Santa Barbara. The initial point of his presentation was the statement that BPMN isn’t well suited for modeling event-intensive scenarios. They require event subprocesses and ad-hoc subprocesses that are obscure for users and aren’t well supported by BPM vendors.

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  • Simplified CMN: A Modest Proposal

    At the recent bpmNEXT2016 Conference, I had the opportunity to put forward a proposal for consideration by the BPM industry insiders present that a simpler, streamlined version of the Case Management Model & Notation (CMMN) v1.0 from the Object Management Group (OMG) could be used to encourage adoption of its use.

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  • The Costs and Risks for Ignoring BPM in a Digitally Transformed Company

    In part two from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss what is at stake if a company ignores BPM in this a digitally changed business culture.

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  • A Changing BPM Landscape

    In this excerpt from the podcast, BPM Managing Editor Peter Schooff and MWD Advisors' Neil Ward-Dutton discuss the ever changing BPM market skyline and what we can expect in the 12 months to come.

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  • 4 BPMN Potential Is Yet To Be Unlocked
  • 5 Simplified CMN: A Modest Proposal
  • 6 The Costs and Risks for Ignoring BPM in a Digitally Transformed Company
  • 7 A Changing BPM Landscape

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    Smart Work and Corporate Feudalism

    Peter Schooff discusses Smart Work with Steven Stanton. In this excerpt from the podcast, they talk about the idea of

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    Smart Work - BPM Podcast with Steven Stanton

    Peter Schooff discusses Smart Work with Steven Stanton of FCB Partners. Steven is also a keynote speaker for the 2016

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    Successful Case Management Initiatives for Government Agencies

    This fast-paced, informative webinar presents how Case Management can be leveraged for agile system delivery, supporting the unique requirements and

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    Simplified CMN: A Modest Proposal

    At the recent bpmNEXT2016 Conference, I had the opportunity to put forward a proposal for consideration by the BPM industry

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    BPMN Potential Is Yet To Be Unlocked

    Lloyd Dugan from BPM.com has proposed a simplified CMMN at the recent bpmNEXT conference in Santa Barbara. The initial point

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Quotes of the Week
May 24, 2016

"Factories are about to get smarter. The machines that make everything from our phones to our sandwiches rely on creaking technology -- but not for long. 'We will have a fourth industrial revolution,' says professor Detlef Zühlke, a lead researcher in the factories of the future. And that fourth revolution is all about making factories less stupid."
-James Temperton

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