By Sandy Kemsley on September 14, 2010
The research sessions have started here at BPM 2010, and I’m in the session of research papers on business process design. There are three 30-minute presentations (including Q&A) based on the presenter’s research paper; although I have the full text of the research papers, it’s always useful to hear the author’s take on it. I […]
By Sandy Kemsley on September 9, 2010
Just in time for next week’s BPM 2010, Springer’s International Handbook on Business Process Management is ready to ship. It includes papers by people from both academia and BPM practice, and I’m honored to join their ranks with an article on the drivers and impacts of collaborative BPM. From my abstract: This paper discusses the […]
By Sandy Kemsley on September 7, 2010
Keith Swenson and I will be presenting a webinar this Thursday at 2pm ET, sponsored by Fujitsu, on the topic of agile and social BPM. You can register here.
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By Sandy Kemsley on August 31, 2010
Back in May at TIBCO’s TUCON conference, I had a chance for a briefing on their new ActiveMatrix BPM, although not a full demo. Since then, however, I’ve had about three hours of demo sessions with Roger King to see more of what they’re doing with ActiveMatrix (which I will refer to as AMX) BPM […]
By Phil Wainewright on August 10, 2010
A French startup is helping enterprises migrate from Lotus Notes to the cloud by adding process integration to Google Apps.
By Sandy Kemsley on July 30, 2010
Summer is the time when no one holds conferences, because vacation schedules make it difficult to get the attendance, so webinars tend to expand to fill the gap. I’ll be presenting on another BP Logix webinar on August 10th, discussing process intelligence and predictive analytics; you can register (and see my smiling face in a […]
By Sandy Kemsley on June 9, 2010
I presented today on the second part of Active Endpoints’ BPM Summer Camp, discussing just how much BPMN your business users and analysts need to know. Michael Rowley, CTO of Active Endpoints, gave a demo of BPMN using their system, including illustrating a number of the concepts that I introduced in my presentation.
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By Sandy Kemsley on June 8, 2010
I’m presenting part 2 of BPM Summer Camp tomorrow, June 9 at noon ET, on How to Explain BPMN to Business Users. I’ll be joined by Michael Rowley, CTO of the series sponsor, Active Endpoints. In this edition, we’ll be looking at BPMN as a standard, and what parts of it are really necessary for […]
By Sandy Kemsley on June 2, 2010
Here are the slides from the presentation that I did last night at Toronto Wiki Tuesday: Using Wikis With Enterprise Content and Process Management View more presentations from Sandy Kemsley. It was recorded on Ustream, but the quality is not very good since we were in a pub, not a studio. There will be a […]
By Sandy Kemsley on May 31, 2010
I’m wrapping up my coverage of this month’s round of four back-to-back conferences with the product reviews, which typically come from multiple meetings before, during and after a vendor conference, as well as some time spent pondering my notes and screen snapshots.
I had a remote product demo of SmartBPM prior to PegaWORLD, then a briefing […]