(A couple of weeks ago it was the certificate, now it’s official. I’ve been put on THAT list. It’s nice to sometimes receive a bit of recognition for what we’re doing, especially when it puts you in the same bracket as the experts you’ve followed for a long time. I would open a good bottle of St. Emilion, but I’ll leave that until next week, when I’ll see many of the other people on the list at the BBCCon2012.)
From todays OpenText press release:
MEDIA ALERT: Independent Study Reveals Who’s Who List of Dynamic Case Management Influencers
Study identifies the thought leaders who are shaping emerging market where content and process intersect
Waterloo, ON – 2012-10-25 – OpenText (NASDAQ: OTEX, TSX: OTC) today announced the top influencers in the field of Dynamic Case Management (DCM) as identified in a recent study conducted by Influencer 50, an independent market research company. According to the study, the most influential voices shaping the definition and direction of the emerging dynamic case management market include end users, industry analysts, consultants, systems integrators, academics and technology providers.
Starting today, and every Thursday over the next four weeks, OpenText will reveal the top case management influencers by category as follows at Case Management Influencers and via social media using the hashtag #DCMInfluencers:
- Today: Industry Analysts and Consultants
- November 1: End Users
- November 8: Systems Integrators and Vendors
- November 15: Academics and Standards Organizations
Biographies, LinkedIn profiles, blogs, and educational content for each influencer will be available on the Case Management Influencer site following each announcement.
The study was conducted by Influencer 50, a leading influencer identification and engagement management firm, and involved a thorough analysis of the dynamic case management market, seeking candidates who guide, educate and advise decision-makers on this emerging space. Influencers were identified from an initial field of candidates and evaluated against six scoring criteria: market reach, frequency of impact, message independence, expertise, persuasiveness, and thoroughness of role in decision-making. For more information about the study, visit OpenText’s Because Process Matters blog.