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Simplifying Data Management – Start small, think big

Simplifying Data Management – Start small, think big

0 by / on September 29, 2014, 10:12 pm / in Integration Insights, Process Power

The best implementations of Data Management, Information Management or Master Data Management truly bring great business benefits to any organization. Media is spreading brilliant business cases and stories of how some organizations have realized truly rewarding Programs. We also see and hear great success stories in seminars from companies implementing Data Driven initiatives However, sometimes when I look more closely [...]

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Drive your Business by Process Driven Analytics

Drive your Business by Process Driven Analytics

0 by / on September 23, 2014, 7:59 am / in Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not

There is this strange relationship between Business Intelligence and business processes: the core reasons for having Business Intelligence was to analyze the processes and based upon the outcome optimize them. Although business process automation is becoming a common best practice, the standard approach for BI is still about only collecting and looking at the “data trails” left behind by the [...]

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Customer Journey in Action

Customer Journey in Action

0 by / on September 22, 2014, 1:35 am / in Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power

Customer Journey is a hot topic these days, but are you taking action on those insights? Customer journey, the sum or understanding your customer’s experience overtime, across many touch points, offers you a source insight into whether you are growing, or shrinking in the partnership you have with each customer. Why is this important? Because customers are costly to get, [...]

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The painless way to create a high impact mobile BPM experience

0 by / on September 22, 2014, 12:01 am / in Process Power

I recently wrote a blog on how simple mobile app development for processes can be. As part of that I linked to a nice little tutorial video which shows the design-time experience when creating mobile apps on top of webMethods Business Process Management Suite (BPMS). What I would like to do this time is tell you little more about the [...]

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Customer Journey Discovery through Process Visualization

Customer Journey Discovery through Process Visualization

0 by / on September 18, 2014, 7:44 pm / in Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power

Customer Journey Discovery is the first challenge you must tackle to begin improving your customers’ experience. Customer Journey is the sum of all events or interactions in the customer experience. This in fact is a Process: a series of many  customer interactions that occur over time. Until you can discover, analyze, and visualize your customer’s journey, you cannot know where or [...]

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Quick Guide to NOLA Neighborhoods and Food for #IW14

Quick Guide to NOLA Neighborhoods and Food for #IW14

0 by / on September 18, 2014, 4:00 am / in Uncategorized

Are you heading to New Orleans, LA for Innovation World this October? If you’re not, here’s why you should go. Not only will #IW14 be incredible, but New Orleans boasts some of the country’s most historic neighborhoods and sumptuous foods. While you’re not soaking up information at #IW14, you can step into the city to experience its vibrant culture. To [...]

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AS4 for B2B Integration: Making Web Services Usable

AS4 for B2B Integration: Making Web Services Usable

1 by / on September 10, 2014, 7:00 am / in Integration Insights

The AS4 standard is relatively young in “B2B years” but it is getting a lot of buzz lately – and for good reason. AS4 does what seemed previously impossible: making the adoption of web services for B2B usable. Why adopting web services for B2B used to be hard B2B integration is document/payload-centric. Whether it is as simple as sending and [...]

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Mobile BPM – Building the Mobile Enterprise

Mobile BPM – Building the Mobile Enterprise

0 by / on September 8, 2014, 12:30 am / in Process Power

Marshall McLuhan was a very popular Canadian media theorist, who died back in 1980. In his understanding of media, a new medium is any new “extension of ourselves” or, more broadly, any new technology. Besides language, books, TV or radio, this also includes cars and light bulbs. Every new technology we create, McLuhan said, changes the way we perceive the [...]

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