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  • 3 The Year Ahead for BPM -- 2015 Predictions from Top Influencers
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  • 5 Why the Internet of Things (IoT) Should be on the Radar of Every CIO
  • 6 Elevate, Evolve, Transform: Building An Enterprise Transformation Factory
  • 7 Customer Experience Conundrum: Digital Imperatives For An “Experience” Driven Enterprise

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  • Leveraging Case Management for Successful Shared Services Delivery

    Kicking off the 2015 BPM.com Thought Leadership Series, this fast-paced and informative webcast focuses on both best practices and common

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    Most organizations have business structures designed like pyramids. The person at the top makes the most important decisions, which then

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    No software vendor offers a single environment supporting all forms of collaboration. However the demand becomes more and more evident.

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  • The Year Ahead for BPM -- 2015 Predictions from Top Influencers

    We asked leading BPM software vendors and the top BPM thought leaders to share their views on what to look

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BPM Quotes of the Week - February 24, 2015

“There is no simple answer for dealing the sea of data from IoT other than creating some Operational Intelligence from it, deciding if any action should be taken, and then use the appropriate technology to manage (machine or human) the response.”
Pieter van Schalkwyk

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