By Sandy Kemsley on February 16, 2010
I had a briefing a couple of weeks ago on IBM BlueWorks by Angel Diaz and Janine Sneed from the BlueWorks team. BlueWorks is IBM’s cloud-based BPM environment, providing the following capabilities:
Browser-based modeling, including strategy maps, capability maps, process maps and BPMN processes.
Pre-built content to supplement or replace a BPM center of excellence (CoE), including […]
By Tom Raftery on January 26, 2010
I was talking to Paul Craane of Chicago law firm Marshall, Gerstein & Borun today. Paul is a patent attorney an interest in Green technologies. Paul got in touch because he wanted to highlight the fact that the US Green Technology Pilot Program, a special program announced by the US Patent and Trademark office at […]
By Brian Sommer on October 14, 2009
Yesterday, several bloggers at the SAP TechEd conference in Phoenix had an opportunity to speak with Zia Yusuf, EVP, Global Ecosystem & Partner Group of SAP.
I asked Zia what characteristics typify the best SAP partners. He rattled off five qualities that the best systems integrators and channel partners possess. These qualities and my comments on […]
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