Process Solutions: Goin’ Mobile

Process Solutions: Goin’ Mobile
In an environment where business people are increasingly mobile and are relying on smartphones and tablets as their computing engines, it is up to the decision makers to ensure that the tools used in the field are not just warmed over versions of the desktop tools used back at the office. This increased mobility should be a major factor in the decision to purchase a BPMS system. Tom Bellinson examines some of the “apps” currently available and discusses some potential security issues and the challenges of distraction in this mobile environment.

Tom Bellinson

Tom Bellinson

Mr. Bellinson has been working in information technology positions for 30 years. His diverse background has allowed him to gain intimate working knowledge in technical, marketing, sales and executive roles. Most recently, Mr. Bellinson finds himself serving as President of a BPM related software start-up company called UnaPage that provides solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint. From 2008 to 2011 Bellinson worked with at risk businesses in Michigan through a State funded program which was administered by the University of Michigan. Prior to working for the University of Michigan, Mr. Bellinson served as Vice President of an ERP software company, an independent business and IT consultant, as chief information officer of an automotive engineering services company and as founder and President of a systems integration firm that was a pioneer in Internet services marketplace. Bellinson holds a degree in Communications with a Minor in Management from Oakland University in Rochester, MI and has a variety of technical certifications including APICS CPIM and CSCP.
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