Buckle-up. The BPM ride is about to begin…

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Buckle-up. The BPM ride is about to begin…
Tweet   I’ve just returned from a rather adventurous and eventful trip involving two important dots on Gartner’s magic quadrant for BPM. One is a tech behemoth interested in almost everything related to IT, and the other, a vendor that has a laser focus on BPM. Tweet

…and it’s only the Second Year into the Teens…

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…and it’s only the Second Year into the Teens…
Tweet   You might find this funny, and maybe even somewhat disjointed in logic, but the IT industry after all these years, is now going through its teen years and it appears to have all the makings of ‘teenage’ as we know it. Even if 2014 is only its second year, the anxiety, the tension […]

The Case For A Jack Of All Trades, Master Of One. (Or More)

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The Case For A Jack Of All Trades, Master Of One. (Or More)
Tweet   When a good friend and I exchanged a few tweets back and forth the other day, it began like the usual exchange of views over news items that the #bpm timeline throws up once in a frequent while. But the ‘twonversation’ with my twitter counterpart – a venerable thinker in technology, particularly BPM […]

PegaWORLD 2013 – Customer Stories Sell…

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PegaWORLD 2013 – Customer Stories Sell…
Tweet   One of the pet peeves for the fanatical BPM believers among us has been the gap between what outcomes of BPM initiatives  could be if done right, versus what it seems to be on the ground.  We (the fanatics, that is) have been looking at that gap and discussing and debating why BPM […]

Social BPM : Time for a Reality Check

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Social BPM : Time for a Reality Check
Tweet   To me it seems that with the onset of ‘Social Media’, the bigger theme of  a ‘Social Paradigm’, and the associated chatter these have generated, has driven all of us into some kind of a ‘me-too’ mode. Almost everyone in the industry –  you and me included – has a point of view. […]

#BPM in 2011 – Looking Back and Looking Forward

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#BPM in 2011 – Looking Back and Looking Forward
Tweet 2010 was a good year for BPM – more firms took to BPM, while many firms already using BPM set off to unlock more value from BPM; most top vendors posted another year of great growth; overall BPM visibility increased significantly and it is gradually becoming less of a concept understood only by few […]

The Challenge of Getting BPM to Deliver

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The Challenge of Getting BPM to Deliver
Tweet If you follow the BPM market, you would agree that the expectations today from BPM have seen a change from what it was a few years ago. Tweet

IBM’s Lombardi Acquisition – Will there Be A Shuffle In The BPMS Market!?

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IBM’s Lombardi Acquisition – Will there Be A Shuffle In The BPMS Market!?
Tweet The news has really created quite a buzz and almost everyone who is following BPM is excited about this announcement. Tweet

Emerging from one era, into another…

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Emerging from one era, into another…
Tweet Even as we begin to hear about the easing up of the recessionary phase, it is not difficult to see that things are not going to be the same as they were before. Tweet

Not Much Has Changed…

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Not Much Has Changed…
Tweet Much has been written about the outsourcing debate. Americans are becoming more and more outspoken about their disapproval of the idea and there are many groups that question the way visas are being handed out to ‘aliens’, particularly Indian aliens. Tweet

Passive, Active, Or Proactive?

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Passive, Active, Or Proactive?
Tweet Sales people are result oriented. They don’t stop till they get things done. So this particular sales man drives a hard drive. He pushes and edges his way forward. He calls and counsels and goads. He sells hard, he sells soft. If the deal is hard, he thinks harder. He thinks out of the […]

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