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Posts from ‘September, 2010’

Process TestLab: Recommended in german ‘IT-Bestenliste’ publication

Following our award at this years CeBIT, the annual german publication IT-Bestenliste is featuring the Process TestLab as a unique und highly innovative addition to the BPM space. With process quality rapidly becoming a major issue for many businesses, we at taraneon thought we’d better share the publications assessment with you.
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A world without BPM?

(In reply to Keith Swenson)
In a recent discussion I asked the question of how much worse off we’d be if BPM and BPM systems didn’t exist. The question was triggered by a couple of remarks about the value of BPM standards, some attempts at defining BPM as a method to improve processes and some other [...]

High pressure on process quality

Six months after the launch of the Process TestLab we have decided to publish a monthly process quality barometer starting next month. This barometer contains two numbers. The first gives the percentage of the number of processes containing logical errors – what the more technical minded among us would call the first yield fail rate [...]