Last week I spent three days on the Gold Coast at the 2015 CFO Summit. It’s an intense round of presentations and education and I wasn’t alone in getting my thinking reframed.
Category: Business Process Management
Blog posts on business process systems, workflow management by industry experts. Software include Microsoft SharePoint, XMPro.
I’ve blogged recently on the internet of things (IOT) and at that time there was a prediction of five billion things coming online on the internet. I think that will need to be revised drastically, upwards.
Adaptive case management appears to be the current buzz word in the workflow and BPM world. Not only is it a bit of a mouthful, it also seems surprisingly hard to explain if someone asks you to.
I recently read a presentation from the Pega users’ conference earlier this year. It described the three major contributors to digital enterprises from a BPM perspective as the need to deploy case management rather than pure workflow, next best action and omni-channel.
We were in a competitive situation with a Fortune 10 company recently and I can happily report that XMPro was selected. When told that the decision was to partner with XMPro, the account manager blurted “Who on earth is XMPro?”
Could going paperless reduce your floor space and turn real estate rent into cash?
On the bus into the big smoke the other morning I had to stand. By far the majority were fiddling away with their smart phones, iPads and assorted tablet and e-readers; no surprise in that.
I am a list writer. Milk, cheese, bread, beer. I inherited this trait from my mother. She has lists for her lists, well almost.
The US defence force recently took delivery of the FA22 Raptor as replacement for the trusty old FA15. The FA22 is capable of making 22+ G turns. Life for most of us is a little less dramatic.
I learnt a new word recently, prosumption. It means the consumption of something by the person who also produced it. Smart companies are realising that prosumption is also a solution to their business operations these days.