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It's a Matter of Survival

Use BPM to Drive Out Costs

From a Gartner Article…
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Document Management - Its About the Process

Document management solutions span from protected/shared directories to full enterprise solutions like Documentum, FileNet, etc.

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Linking the Phases, Closing the Loops

CL2M and PROMISE-enabled technologies herald a new era of PLM, and Lifecycle Management in general, by creating compelling new business, application and services opportunities especially in the middle of life (MOL) and end of life (EOL) lifecycle phases.

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What is Business Process Management [BPM]?

Recently, there have been many attempts at defining BPM. As with most words or expressions, over time BPM has picked up connotations [an associated or secondary meaning] that imply complexity. In reality, BPM is not about complexity. It is not about software. And, it is not about SOA [service oriented architecture].

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Overcoming “islands of information”

The PROMISE project demonstrators taught us that each one of them included many already existing “islands of information” such as ERP systems, warehouse management systems (WMS), process control systems, field databases, sensors, and of course, at beginning of life (BOL), the “traditional” PLM applications.
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Reinventing Your Business Model

There is no doubt that companies are always looking to create value for their customers, and they can't stay in business without making a profit. A great deal of effort is aimed at assembling the key resources to deliver value to their customer: however, I will argue that managing key processes is treated lightly by comparison.

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Closing the information loops across all phases of all kinds of lifecycles

CL2M has a particular significance for the future of PLM, but it also has ramifications for all kinds of lifecycles inherent in supply chains, pedigree and traceability of food, beverage, pharmaceuticals, high-value retail, and health care applications; and when you look closely you can see a whole spectrum of interdependencies in the information needs of these different disciplines. Click here if you did not already read my full article.

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What has the “Internet of Things” to do with PLM and PLM standards?

Probably more than you think! The Internet of Things is not something that exists in isolation, though some things you read would lead you to believe that it does! In reality it is inseparably linked with PLM and CL2M and a whole host of existing information systems.

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Change management v/s change management

I have been pushing for innovation and change in every organisation I have ever worked in. It has always been an uphill battle in both directions, up and down the organisational hierachy.

Playing with a new piece of software the other day which was heralded as facilitating change management, it suddenly dawned on me that whilst on the one side we have people trying to manage the (ever more complex) operational aspects of change, on the other side there are people like me who wish to change the way things are done. 

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CL2M in the data center

An interesting application for CL2M is the data center. As cloud computing and managed applications are taking off in these thrifty times, the size of data centers is growing and additional possibilities for saving are being looked for. Here is an interesting video on a data center RFID project: 

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