bpmNEXT 2016 retrospective

Concluding with a few impressions from bpmNEXT last week.  While it’s impossible to summarize everything that happened there (I guess you could just join next year), here are some of my key takeaways:BPM has reached maturity stage, we’re past the …

bpmNEXT 2016 (part 5)

Final half-a-day of bpmNEXT presentations and demos, before heading back home.Intent-driven and future-proof user experiencesAppian talked about UIs.  They have created an architecture called Sail UI using a server-side approach to UI and focusing…

bpmNEXT 2016 (part 4)

The afternoon of day 2 is starting (after a long lunch break):Decision modeling serviceOracle presented their decision modeling service, based on DMN, for extracting decision logic (for example from the process).  After a quick introduction to DMN…

bpmNEXT 2016 (part 3)

Starting day 2 of bpmNEXT.  [Had to give my own presentation as well in this slot, and had to write this up afterwards, resulting in slightly shorter write ups.]Cloud architecture accelerating innovation in application developmentSalesforce showca…

bpmNEXT 2016 (part 2)

Continuation of bpmNEXT impressions.  Especially the BPM analyst panel was very interesting and spiked a lot of discussion !BPM Analyst Panel Maureen Fleming, Sandy Kemsley, Clay Richardson, Jim Sinur, Neil Ward-DuttonFrom the analyst point of vie…