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Processes: You Can’t Manage What You Can’t See, featuring Jim Sinur

Processes: You Can’t Manage What You Can’t See, featuring Jim Sinur

0 by / on September 10, 2014, 11:23 pm / in Featured Authors, Process Power

This is a guest post by Jim Sinur, an independent thought leader in business process management and intelligent business operations. Dont miss his webcast “BPA-as-a-service: process thinking at a new level” on Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. It is more important than ever that a company understands and optimizes their processes, but until now it was an arduous effort to model expansive [...]

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Managing Big Data?  Don’t Forget Code Sets

Managing Big Data? Don’t Forget Code Sets

0 by / on September 10, 2014, 11:03 am / in Featured Authors, Integration Insights, Process Power, Uncategorized

Reference Data is typically defined as organizational code sets or look-up tables. Code set use cases include country codes, units of measure, product codes (assigning standardized attributes such as color), insurance and healthcare codes.  Aaron Zornes, in a discussion of Software AG’s Reference Data Management (RDM) solution, divides code sets into public and private groupings: “Public reference data is what [...]

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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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Social Capabilities in BPM – More than just a toy

Social Capabilities in BPM – More than just a toy

0 by / on September 3, 2014, 11:15 pm / in Process Power

With structured processes that always execute the same way for every transaction or for every cycle of a value chain, there is a limit in terms of what you can achieve. This limitation comes from the fact that a) the nature of many business scenarios is not structured enough to be handled exactly the same way every time and b) [...]

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Master Data Management – Vision

0 by / on September 1, 2014, 9:56 pm / in Integration Insights, Process Power

I see week after week in the field a lot of misunderstanding around the Vision of Data Management & Master Data Management. What do I mean by misunderstanding? Well, the most typical case is around those organizations who are keen to start MDM transformation focused on data quality, data governance, data harmonization and more, which of course in many ways [...]

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Why IPads are Expanding MDM Data Stewardship

Why IPads are Expanding MDM Data Stewardship

0 by / on August 26, 2014, 2:10 pm / in Featured Authors, Integration Insights, Process Power, Uncategorized, Vertical Markets

In an earlier blog this year, I described how Przemek Kulik (our webMethods OneData product manager), profiled the role of data steward, identifying a trained and frequent MDM user with basic (or better), understanding of data management and governance: “His primary job is using the MDM tool (as configured), to assess the quality of shared, enterprise data sets which have [...]

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Mobile BPM – The Game Changer for your Processes

Mobile BPM – The Game Changer for your Processes

0 by / on August 25, 2014, 6:00 am / in Process Power

The sustainable trend of consumerization of IT and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement are now firmly entrenched across the business landscape. Powerful mobile devices with an intuitive user experience, a huge number of apps and the ever-increasing use of mobile technologies in everyday life have led to users to expect the same in their work life. Your workforce [...]

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Out of the box process & KPI monitoring in webMethods BPM

Are you actually tracking any process KPIs?

0 by / on August 18, 2014, 5:35 am / in Process Power

In the latest video of the webMethods Demo Series on Youtube we are demonstrating how easy it is to set up real-time monitoring for business KPIs in the context of your automated processes. We are not showing how to setup process-intrinsic KPIs, because those come out of the box already and there is zero work required to monitor things like [...]

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