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BizFlow

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Established in 1998, BizFlow Corp. is a leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM) and  Tasking software and solutions to both government  and commercial organizations. BizFlow is also a  trusted advisor and system integrator to decision-makers focused on business transformation and continuous process improvement.
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Eccentex Lets Business Analysts Assemble and Manage Their Own Cases

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Eccentex Corporation provides dynamic case management (DCM), a.k.a. adaptive case management, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solutions using its multitenant cloud-based AppBase platform as a service (PaaS). DCM solutions should support what the evolving knowledge worker needs and allow organizations to optimize case outcomes, improve customer services, and mitigate risk. Eccentex recently

How Is Business Process Management Applicable to Financial Services?

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Business process management (BPM) allows financial services companies to manage internal processes and to increase efficiency and accuracy. Organizations, especially those that deal with Sarbanes-Oxley, should focus on BPM to ensure compliance and to minimize error and risk.
  • Written By: Hans Mercx
  • Published On: January 3 2006

The Future of Business Process Management: Where is BPM heading?

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The need for quick responses to changing business environments has resulted in the growth of business process management (BPM). Thus, BPM vendors are embarking on merger and acquisition strategies to meet the functional requirements of businesses.
  • Written By: Hans Mercx
  • Published On: May 29 2006

Vision Software Brings a Solid Business Process Management Solution to the Table

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The business process management market is shifting, and more players are entering the market. Several smaller organizations, such as Vision Software, are bringing a fresh look and a good product to the market, and should certainly be considered.
  • Written By: Hans Mercx
  • Published On: April 7 2006

Fujitsu Poised to (Inter)Stage Glovia's Comeback Part Four: Challenges and User Recommendations

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Glovia has managed to maintain its existing customers' satisfaction level while successfully re-inventing itself. As a result, it has maintained a presence among the top 10 manufacturing ERP vendors in several markets. One cannot help feeling that Glovia's knowledge of its target market has always been deeper than its market visibility and share.

Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, BPEL, and More Part One: SOA, Web Services, and BPM

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In the larger schema of things, SOA would espouse general, more abstract concepts of software reusability and encapsulation within certain boundaries (as to then provide access to that software via defined interfaces), Web services would then make these SOA concepts vendor-independent due to their use of generally accepted standards, while BPM and BPEL would be some of the engines making the whole system work.

Mid-market Getting the Taste of Some Emerging Technologies

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Fledgling smart enterprise suite, business activity monitoring, and business process management technologies hold significant potential for end user organizations as they can accelerate the velocity of the business and deal with the details of everyday needs. The challenge is to fine-tune the system to dynamically combine event and contextual data.

Exact Software--Working Diligently Towards the "One Exact" Synergy Part Six: Challenges and User Recommendations

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The current market trend is towards vendors that can provide comprehensive solutions for small and medium sized enterprises (SME) with a justifiable return on investment (ROI), and Exact seems to have a fair shot at making a mark.

Commerce One Conducts Its Soul-Searching Metamorphosis Part Two: Challenges and User Recommendations

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Commerce One is seemingly stuck with yet another identity crisis being a novice provider of a Web services-based integration platform and being a still fledgling provider of business application suite built on top of that platform, and which has not yet successfully competed in the SRM arena.