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  • Study Group automates admissions with cloud BPM

    Study Group is moving its admissions process into the cloud as part of a larger strategy to move away from bespoke systems over the next two to three years.

    Written by Adam Bender06 Aug. 14 13:52
  • Red Hat Extends JBoss with Open Source BPM

    Red Hat is extending JBoss up the middleware stack with a new business process management suite that gives organizations advanced decision and process automation capabilities.

    Written by Thor Olavsrud04 March 14 23:04
  • The benefits of cloud-based BPM

    In 2011 Gartner's Jim Sinur predicted that business process management and the cloud would be the "real thunder." He stated that moving operations to the cloud would free up money and efforts for businesses, and those organizations would be remiss to ignore BPM.

    Written by Art Landro, CEO, Cordys20 May 13 20:33
  • Telstra speeds IP telephony activations with BPM

    Telstra has reduced the time of its order-to-activation process for its Telstra IP telephony service by 70 per cent after implementing business process management (BPM) software by Pegasystems, a Telstra official told the Gartner BPM Summit yesterday in Sydney.

    Written by Adam Bender14 May 13 12:21
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  • Business Process Management Provides Agility in Lean Times

    When financial times are tough, the capability to streamline business processes, improve efficiency and achieve agility would appeal to any company. That's why firms today are increasingly finding new and sometimes unique ways to use BPM tools.

    Written by John Moore10 Dec. 13 20:58
  • SOA Grows Up -- and Out

    Not too long ago, IT organizations turned to service-oriented architecture primarily as a way to integrate enterprise applications. But now large companies are using SOA to create components that can be combined and reused as services across multiple applications.

    Written by John S. Webster09 March 10 06:04
  • How BPM brought IT and end users together

    In 2007, NACCO Materials Handling Group (NMHG)--a manufacturer of warehouse trucks and forklifts--was using a manual system of spreadsheets and signatures to track design changes in its production line. Yet the company soon learned that its lack of an automated process was allowing for missed signatures, leading to some defective designs. Additional costs incurred from product recalls forced NMHG to explore a new option: a product lifecycle management (PLM) implementation.

    Written by Kristin Burnham30 June 09 04:07

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