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Recently, analysts Alan Pelz-Sharpe and Kashyap Kompella of Deep Analysis released a new report titled Intelligent Information Management from ECM 1.0 to 2.0. We found the report relevant because it closely looks at traditional and new ECM systems and talks about the ways companies are currently adopting these approaches. While ECM 1.0 still very much dominates the ...

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Last week’s news about Alfresco’s new product enhancements got me thinking about the value our process, content and governance services provide for our customers – especially when putting that into the context of today’s content-centric business landscape.  CMSWire recently published an article related to this topic titled 7 Signs You Need a New Content Management System (CMS), which I contributed to. It was interesting to learn ...

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Consolidation of technologies into “mega platforms” continues with the latest big move by Salesforce.com acquiring open API integration platform company, MuleSoft.  With the acquisition not yet a month old, Salesforce isn’t wasting any time in putting MuleSoft’s technology under their fold of products and customer offerings with the recent announcement of their Salesforce Integration Cloud. I’ve been thinking about what this ...

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Continuing our guest blog series focusing on all things BPM, independent analyst Sandy Kemsley lends her expertise about the Cloud and microservices. In this post, Sandy explores the power and flexibility that the Cloud and microservices have in the process space and provides her commentary on the advantages companies can leverage when using them.  We ...

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On June 6 – well before the All-Star break – more than 200 public sector IT leaders met at the Washington Nationals baseball stadium to hear about digital transformation in the U.S. government. Despite being a lifelong Boston Red Sox fan, I found the event at Nats Park to be a wonderful opportunity to touch ...

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