BPM and the New Enterprise: BPM Vendors Lag in New Technology Uptake

BPM and the New Enterprise: BPM Vendors Lag in New Technology Uptake While looking for a workflow product to deploy a bug tracking solution for his new company, Rashid Khan discovered that, among the many BPM/workflow systems on the market, a low-cost and easy-to-deploy system does not exist, leaving him, and others like him in […]

BPM and the New Enterprise: The Case for Mobile BPM

BPM and the New Enterprise: The Case for Mobile BPM In his May Column, Rashid Khan argued that smartphones would become the ideal platform for running Web and SaaS applications. In this Column, he asks why BPM is lagging in the support of smartphones, and what types of BPM tasks are suitable for smartphones. Read […]

BPM and the New Enterprise: Smartphones – The Ultimate IT Platform for the New Enterprise

BPM and the New Enterprise: Smartphones – The Ultimate IT Platform for the New Enterprise Rashid Khan admits that three years ago he hated cell phones, considering them noisy, intrusive and a pain in the neck, and only begrudgingly used the one given to him as a gift. With the evolution of cell phones to […]

BPM and the New Enterprise: Processes and the New Enterprise

BPM and the New Enterprise: Processes and the New Enterprise For several years, Rashid Khan, founder and former CEO of Ultimus, wrote a BPTrends Column titled BPM: A Global View. Recently, Rashid launched a new start-up company, and we asked him to write about the role of business process in his new venture He agreed […]

BPM: A Global View – What BPM Can Learn from Robotics

BPM: A Global View – What BPM Can Learn from Robotics Rashid Khan analyzes the step-by-step development of the robotics industry and concludes that the Japanese learned from the practical implementation of robotics and achieved global leadership in robotics. In contrast, BPM players have continually pursued a grand vision without facing the challenges of real […]