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Sustainable Lean Six Sigma Transformation through Cordys
Business process management (BPM) and process improvement support the management and continuous improvement of business processes, both cross-departmental and enterprise-wide. How can you empower the transformation to lean and manage business operations in the various stages of its transformation, and manage the transition to lean? Learn about a BPM solution that employs lean Six Sigma for faster process improvements.

cordys  Six Sigma Transformation through Cordys Sustainable Lean Six Sigma Transformation through Cordys Source: Cordys B.V. Document Type: Brochure Description: Business process management (BPM) and process improvement support the management and continuous improvement of business processes, both cross-departmental and enterprise-wide. How can you empower the transformation to lean and manage business operations in the various stages of its transformation, and manage the transition to lean? Learn about a BPM Read More...

The Wizardry of Business Process Management: Part 5 » The TEC Blog
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cordys  , Collosa ProcessMaker , or Cordys Process Factory , to name but a few. Pega has also made its Application Profiler available to its customers and prospects as a free hosted service, with output as Microsoft Word documents and PRPC import rule sets.  This profiler offers a wizard that allows business process owners and business analysts to directly capture requirements and objectives into a Pega SmartBPM solution. Many competitors may point to Pega’s traditional lack of focus on small and midsize Read More...
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The Wizardry of Business Process Management: Part 5
Part 1 of this blog series started a lengthy discussion about the value proposition and parts-and-parcels of business process management (BPM), with an ensuing focus on Pegasystems (also known as Pega) as one of the leading BPM suite providers. Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4 then analyzed in depth a number of the vendor’s “BPM secret sauce” ingredients. Pega is one of the leading vendors in the

cordys  , Collosa ProcessMaker , or Cordys Process Factory , to name but a few. Pega has also made its Application Profiler available to its customers and prospects as a free hosted service, with output as Microsoft Word documents and PRPC import rule sets.  This profiler offers a wizard that allows business process owners and business analysts to directly capture requirements and objectives into a Pega SmartBPM solution. Many competitors may point to Pega’s traditional lack of focus on small and midsize Read More...
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brij has provided business solutions to small and midsize businesses since 1986. With its main office in Greensboro, NC (US), brij serves customers in the southeast United States from Delaware to Florida and as far west as Texas.Brij delivers business solutions ranging from front-end marketing, branding, print, and Web collateral to the back-end operations of ERP, supply chain, and service management.

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It’s About Process (or the Ability to be Responsive) -- Part V
Part IV of this blog series further analyzed Webcom ResponsAbility, the on-demand workflow automation and business process management (BPM) solution. Anyone interested can take the product for a free trial test drive here. The vendor just released the ResponsAbility p4 release. Competitive Offerings Do Exist Still, Webcom’s first-to-market (or close to) BPM on-demand advantage has already

cordys  Process Factory (powered by Cordys ), to name only a few. Even the likes of QPR Software , although not necessarily multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS)-based , have an enticing approach to providing BPM solutions, which allows a phased approach for BPM suites’ adoption. The major benefit of this approach is that a company does not have to commit a large amount of resources to “make or break” a BPM project. Instead, this flexible BPM adoption approach allows customers to implement BPM in-house Read More...
Progress Software Revs Up to Higher RPM via Savvion – Part 4 » The TEC Blog
Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection

cordys  (formerly Lombardi Blueprint), Appian, Cordys, and AuraPortal are some cloud-based BPM offerings. Thus, as  already mentioned in Part 1, Progress’ transformation is a work in process . In addition to  the company’s traditional lack of the professional services culture , both Progress and Savvion have traditionally focused on delighting IT departments and developers rather than business users (end users). In fact, Progress Software has never been the epitome of a slick user interface (UI) design. Read More...
Progress Software Revs Up to Higher RPM via Savvion - Part 4
Part 1 of this series began the analysis of the recent merger of Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS) and Savvion Inc. Progress has this way made a large leap into the business process management (BPM) space, from where it had been notably absent. My post detailed how Savvion BusinessManager 7.5 [evaluate this product] is one of the most mature BPM suites in the still-evolving market, with

cordys  (formerly Lombardi Blueprint), Appian, Cordys, and AuraPortal are some cloud-based BPM offerings. Thus, as  already mentioned in Part 1, Progress’ transformation is a work in process . In addition to  the company’s traditional lack of the professional services culture , both Progress and Savvion have traditionally focused on delighting IT departments and developers rather than business users (end users). In fact, Progress Software has never been the epitome of a slick user interface (UI) design. Read More...
SaaS-ing the Manufacturing Opportunity
The software as a service (SaaS) delivery model is here to stay, and most vendors have noticed. Recently, the endorsement for SaaS in the realm of manufacturing enterprise resource planning has come from a veteran vendor and SaaS pioneer.

cordys  WebEx (in alliance with Cordys , a provider of service-oriented architecture [SOA]–based development, deployment, and integration tools and infrastructure, founded in 2001 by Jan Baan). NetSuite has been in business for at least as long as Salesforce.com has, and it reportedly has thousands of customers globally that are using its online applications. These applications include a broad functional scope for running a business well beyond the realm of SFA or customer relationship management (CRM) to Read More...
It’s About Process (or The Ability to Be Responsive)
Because business processes are often communicated in an ad hoc and unregulated manner, it can be difficult to standardize processes across organizations, particularly larger ones. TEC analyst PJ Jakovljevic takes you on a guided tour through workflow automation—or business process management (BPM)—and shows how these solutions can help ensure standardized adoption of processes, with highlights on several key BPM vendors.

cordys  Process Factory (powered by Cordys) , to name only a few. Even the likes of QPR Software , although not necessarily multi-tenant software as a service (SaaS) -based , have an enticing approach to providing BPM solutions, which allows a phased approach for BPM suites adoption. The major benefit of this approach is that a company does not have to commit a large amount of resources to make or break a BPM project. Instead, this flexible BPM adoption approach allows customers to implement BPM in-house at a Read More...

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