Sunday, May 25, 2008

Just returned

We spent a very relaxing couple of weeks in Plakias, Crete.













Please stay tuned - planning to upload a few more shots soon.
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Review: SAPPHIRE 2008 - Where SAP is heading to… | ARIS BPM Blog

We certainly like this feedback:
I was impressed by the live demos, especially by the given demo of the future SAP BPM offering within the SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment where Ian showed how to create a BPMN-based process-model by using the eclipse-based process composer that can be executed in the future within the new SAP process server. By offering this new technology SAP moves a step further towards a BPMS vendor that enables customers to create executable processes without coding or developing efforts just by using existing enterprise service. The combination of shipped and existing services of ESR with the possibility to create fast-term changeable executable processes based on models will be a very positive step towards a flexible and easy to adopt process execution.
Review: SAPPHIRE 2008 - Where SAP is heading to… | ARIS BPM Blog

Saturday, May 10, 2008

Gone fishing ...

SAP CEOs preach networks, collaboration and BPM

"BPM is a journey, not a destination, and they've shown some solid steps on that journey," Greenbaum said. "One tough thing they have to do is to temper people's enthusiasm with some reality; but it's a great start. They're taking the right steps, but there's a long way to go to fully reach the vision of BPM."
SAP CEOs preach networks, collaboration and BPM

SAP CEOs preach networks, collaboration and BPM

"BPM is a journey, not a destination, and they've shown some solid steps on that journey," Greenbaum said. "One tough thing they have to do is to temper people's enthusiasm with some reality; but it's a great start. They're taking the right steps, but there's a long way to go to fully reach the vision of BPM."
SAP CEOs preach networks, collaboration and BPM

Friday, May 09, 2008

SAPPHIRE: Wolfgang Hilpert on SAP BPM | The Intelligent Enterprise Blog

Sapphire was much more fun this year ...
...funnily enough, just after I attended Ginger Gatling's session this morning, I had lunch in the press area, and when I mentioned that I'd seen the session on the new SAP BPM, three pairs of ears at the table swiveled around. These three, who I didn't know (nametags, unfortunately, hang below the level of the table when seated), gave me a light grilling on my opinions of what I had seen;
SAPPHIRE: Wolfgang Hilpert on SAP BPM | The Intelligent Enterprise Blog
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