Archives for July 2010

Deploying BPM in the Cloud Has a Silver Lining

Deploying BPM in the Cloud Has a Silver Lining Vendors beware. Austin Rosenfeld believes that the Cloud, or more specifically, the Software as a Service (SaaS) model that the Cloud enables, eliminates the need for many companies to buy servers and pay for the associated maintenance in order to use specific applications. Read Austin’s Article […]

Telecom Reference Architecture, Part 1

Telecom Reference Architecture, Part 1 In their capacity as Senior Consultants for Wipro Consulting Services, Gopala Krishna Behara, Pradyumna Mahajani, and Prasad Palli have had considerable experience working with telecom service providers. In Part 1 of a two part Article, the authors define a telecom reference architecture and its purpose, describe common pitfalls for telecom […]

Down Under: Business Agility Requires Business Processes as its Basis

Down Under: Business Agility Requires Business Processes as its Basis. Confronted by the need for continuous change, many organizations are looking closely at options to increase their agility. In this environment, IT has suggested that an organization can have agility if it adopts an Agile IT development methodology. IT’s argument goes something like this, “It […]

BPM and SOA: Moving Beyond Processes to Outcomes

BPM and SOA: Moving Beyond Processes to Outcomes To achieve the benefits processes can provide, Mike Rosen asserts that BPM must be built on top of an agile, flexible layer of business services. In his Column this month, Mike presents a technique to ensure that your BPM initiative is aligned and supported by your enterprise […]

Mastering the Unpredictable by Keith Swenson.

Mastering the Unpredictable by Keith Swenson. Adaptive Case Management is one name for approaches that seek to deal with dynamic and complex business processes. In this Book Review of an edited collection of papers on Adaptive Case Management, Paul tries to sort out where things are and where they are going.

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