• 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
June 20, 2016

"Enter the blockchain, the first native digital medium for peer to peer value exchange. Its protocol establishes the rules—in the form of globally distributed computations and heavy duty encryption—that ensure the integrity of the data traded among billions of devices without going through a trusted third party. Trust is hard-coded into the platform. That’s why we call it the Trust Protocol. It acts as a ledger of accounts, a database, a notary, a sentry, and clearing house, all by consensus."
-Don Tapscott

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