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Digital Landfills & Spam versus ‘Content is the Process’

Recent blog posts made me aware that some things take an incredible long time: ECM and Zombies by Billy Cripe: ‘ECMS’ are graveyards and they are a dead end. They may be called digital landfills or “deep archives” or enterprise

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Posted in Adaptive Case Management, BPM, Case Management, Content, Mobile

A Real-World Assessment of the Process Mining Manifesto

In this post I analyze the business feasibility and solution scope presented in the Process Mining Manifesto (PMM) by the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining (PM). Presenting a manifesto is ‘a declaration of principles and intentions’ – as the

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Posted in Adaptive Case Management, Adaptive Process, Process Mining

Is BPMN the DNA of Process?

We recently showed our Papyrus BPMN/XPDL Editor for the first time. Papyrus executes the BPMN/XPDL models without transformation and allows interactive editing of the model at runtime to enable dynamically created sub-processes in line with Adaptive Process requirements. In the

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Does BPEL matter? (part 1)

I always thought that BPEL or Business Process Execution Language (an XML format) was created so that process definitions should be interchangeable between BPM vendors. The truth is that any product (BPM or not) locks a customer in, one way

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Making sense of: KMWorld – Best Practices in BPM 2008

I just read a January 2008 KMWorld collection of White Papers and here is my take on it. I particularly like Editoral Director Andy Moore’s musings on the BPM market. Moore first asks why business intelligence vendors (BI) are disappearing

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Inverting the 80/20 Pareto Principle.

In a recent discussion with an ECM/BPM expert he brought up the commonly used principle that BPM can be justified by the 80/20 Pareto Principle. He suggested that it would be too expensive to define and manage a 100% of

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