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Customer Perceptions and Mobile

When I talk to CEOs and even CIOs lately they see the rapidly evolving consumer market with Mobile and Cloud not yet as a strategic issue. That aligns with Gartner research that recently said that the 60% of businesses see

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Perceptions are Reality!

Recently, I had a long phone conversation with a gentleman who knows what he is talking about: Michael Krigsman. His core interest are the causes and prevention of IT failures in the enterprise software industry. His background in developing tools

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Posted in Application Lifecycle, Business Architecture, IT Concepts, People Management

Gartner Group predicts Adaptive Process Trend

After posting this, I now realize that I need to thank analyst Janelle Hill (and colleagues) for making their predictions on BPM despite my disappointments with Gartner Group in the past. As a matter of fact, they are now validating

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Posted in Adaptive Process, analysts, Application Lifecycle, BPM, Process

The World According to Steve and Jeff

I have read quite a few books in the last few weeks, so I should make my usual 50 books a year. Maybe it will be more this year, because I suddenly have begun to travel with my library. How

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Posted in Application Lifecycle, Cloud Computing, Mobile

Adaptive Case Management

The Thought Leader Summit of the WFMC at the Tibco offices in Maidenhead was quite interesting. There were 20 attendants. I was very positively surprised to hear that most see the need for a new kind of process or case

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Enterprise Architecture Reality

Many – including me – evangelize on the noble goal of creating a Enterprise Architecture before setting out on an IT project. One of the key issues with that is that the ‘Enterprise’ hardly ever acts as such.

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Posted in Application Lifecycle, Business Architecture

How LEAN can IT be?

A buzzword that has been popping up here and there is LEAN. It has been described (i.e by Forrester Research) as an approach that reduces costs, consolidates, reduces planning horizons and gets rid of bad ideas. I am not in

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Posted in Application Lifecycle, Executives
Max J. Pucher

Max J. Pucher - Chief Architect ISIS Papyrus Software

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