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Case Study: Agile Enterprise Management Strategies

As the complexity and sophistication of technology continues to grow, enterprises are realizing that status quo architecture and management is not sufficient. Enterprises today are becoming more outward facing and users expectations increase daily in line with the pressure on IT to deliver quality services and maintain these at peak levels while reducing costs. The solution to this problem is contained within the following architecture practices:
  • Server Consolidation
  • I.T.

Case Study: Achieving Compliance Through Creative Integration

The former CIO of New Mexico tells how the state implemented a new architecture to integrate the many disparate applications and deliver an executive dashboard and budgeting solution that can be easily used because components of the new architecture use widely accepted web services standards.  

The Process Centric Company

This presentation will focus on the Business Process Centric company – a company organized, structured, measured, and managed in terms of business processes – and will review current best practices and near-future options that offer promise. We will consider the challenges managers face and the options they might consider when implementing a BP change initiative.  

Case Study: BPM: Technology or Philosophy?

This presentation will cover BPM not as a technology but as a concept and a philosophy to enable businesses to become more agile and nimble. We will be looking at BPM as the design of business processes, implementation of business processes and the continuous monitoring of business processes.

Case Study: Utilizing Web Services to Implement a Web Based Global Financial Gateway

As the world's leading IT solution provider, HP needed a cost-effective solution for allowing customers to pay for services and solutions online. To address this need, HP created a web-based Global Financial Gateway that is utilized by both customers and internal HP employees. The Financial Gateway allows HP to validate/assign credit to customers, enables customers to choose between several payment methodologies and screens for fraud on payment authorizations. The Financial Gateway was built using .Net technology and is integrated into HP's eBusiness infrastructure via web services.

Process Product Watch: An Independent Evaluation of Fuego 4.5

Process Product Watch (PPW), as the name implies, provides its members with the results of continuous proprietary research into new tools and products that support Process Management.

Technology Focus Report on Enterprise Content Management

Content is the tangible form of an organization’s knowledge assets. Managing these assets is a complex challenge, especially when the assets are in different formats, affect multiple aspects of the business, and often physically reside in numerous locations.

Technology Focus Report on Business Process Management

When it comes to choosing a BPM solution, it’s the core requirements for your organization and your deployment that matterIn an increasingly competitive environment, a company’s success depends on its ability to achieve efficiencies through effective management of its processes.

Requirements for Effective BPM - An Independent White Paper on the BPM Infrastructure

For many years there has been talk an enabler of business; how the technology infrastructure that is in place has to work towards the strategic aims of the business. The reality of IT and business is vastly different. The disparity between technology and business has been so great that no allencompassing solution has been available. Within certain defined areas, technology has helped reduce costs, although some might argue that the costbase has simply been shifted, but technology as a total enabler has still fallen far short of expectations.

Delphi Group 2003 BPM Market Milestone Report

Today's IT challenges are defined as much by what is in place already as by what might be missing. We have lived through the "killer app" era, having spent the last two decades building islands of automation with packaged software. But the legacy left by these systems is an integration problem that today consumes the lion's share most IT budgets.