Process Power

That Was The Week That Was… in Capital Markets

0 by / on April 23, 2014, 7:09 am / in Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power, Vertical Markets

Fours years ago, the American capital markets nose-dived by as much as 10% over the course of a few jaw-dropping seconds and absorbed everyone’s attention on the role of algorithmic trading, and especially, on the traders behind this ultra-fast high-frequency trading (HFT). These HFT traders use many different strategies to gain the tiniest fraction of a profit many thousands of [...]

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Agility Matters in New Markets: A Race for the Green Gold has Begun

0 by / on April 21, 2014, 11:54 pm / in Process Power

At the beginning of 2014, the American States of Washington and Colorado legalized the trade and consumption of marijuana and, as a result, we are now seeing the first stages of a gold rush: The big news at the end of January about Phillip Morris introducing Marlboro Marijuana cigarettes was interesting, but fake. However, there are actually companies out there [...]

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Demo: Using webMethods OneData Workflow to Validate Change

Demo: Using webMethods OneData Workflow to Validate Change

0 by / on April 16, 2014, 5:24 am / in Featured Authors, Integration Insights, Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power, Uncategorized

OneData’s MDM governance framework provides a highly configurable workflow engine. Some companies, in fact, depend on OneData’s workflow as their primary tool for validating and approving changes made to any kind of sharable, enterprise data. Depending on business requirements, automated workflows are constructed as simple or complex processes, involving any number of data stewards and business users. (Insurance companies, for [...]

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The Internet of Everything is going to change how we think of Business Processes, Business Models and Business Moments.

The Internet of Everything is Going to Dominate Everything

0 by / on April 15, 2014, 1:45 am / in Integration Insights, Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power

Every year the Gartner BPM Summit takes place around March in (usually not) sunny London.  This event isn’t as big as the corresponding summit in the US but it is still great for having good conversations about BPM and everything related to it as well as enjoying the great content that the Gartner team is putting together. The opening keynote [...]

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Rebooting process improvement for the digital age

Rebooting process improvement for the digital age

0 by / on April 13, 2014, 11:25 pm / in Featured Authors, Process Power

This is a guest post by Neil Ward-Dutton, Founder of MWD Advisors and Research Director. We live in a world – in our lives as individuals outside work, as well as our lives at work inside organisations – where IT is the most potent force driving transformation. Global use of digital technologies is fuelling globalisation of competition, and raising customers’ expectations. This [...]

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Read Software AG’s ‘Innovation Through Master Data Management’

Read Software AG’s ‘Innovation Through Master Data Management’

0 by / on April 10, 2014, 5:34 am / in Integration Insights, Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power

Creating and managing accurate and consistent data is still often considered the exclusive province of IT.  But while IT knows best how to identify and fix the incongruences of physical data, data architects probably don’t understand the core business reasons for data’s inconsistencies. This and other challenges are addressed in Software AG’s new white paper Innovation through Master Data Management. [...]

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The Search for Intelligent (Business) Life on Earth

0 by / on April 2, 2014, 5:00 am / in Megatrends: What's Hot and What's Not, Process Power, Uncategorized

Big data is blowing in like snow in a blizzard, forming an avalanche that threatens to bury anyone who ignores it. Today’s innovative companies know that they have to deal with these masses of new data from the Internet of Things – while, at the same time, try to make use of valuable historical and internal data. The answer lies [...]

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Software AG's CEO, Karl-Heinz Streibich, Angela Merkel and David Cameron

CeBit After Action Report from the BPM booth at Software AG

2 by / on March 25, 2014, 2:51 pm / in Process Power

Every year in March, the city of Hannover in Germany hosts one of the biggest IT tradeshows in the world: CeBit. The size of this show is enormous and no matter what your area of interest in IT is, you’ll find halls filled with vendors and non-profit organizations that showcase their solutions. German chancellor Angela Merkel and the British Prime [...]

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