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BPM in 2011: OpenText, Metastorm Union Shows BPM + ECM Opportunities

Integration Developer News continues its series on “BPM in 2011” with a look at OpenText’s acquisition of BPM provider Metastorm.  We’ll see how the purchase underscores the convergence of ECM and BPM, as well as the value of using structured and unstructured data for enterprise-wide BPM visibility and management.

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Forrester’s Enterprise Architecture Forum Comes to San Francisco; Feb. 17-18

Forrester Research will hold its Enterprise Architecture Forum 2011 this month in San Francisco, where dozens of experts will gather to help IT professionals achieve a more effective and integrated understanding of business, information, and technology architecture for business success.  

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FDA Turns To Appian BPM To Improve Efficiencies

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will employ BPM from Appian and  immixGroup to streamline and manage key business and governance processes. One goal of the five-year contract aims to speed approval and certification of medical devices.   

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Progress Software Brings BPM Capabilities to OpenEdge Database, Apps

Progress Software is looking to lower the cost and complexity of end-to-end BPM projects with an innovative approach to allow ISVs to BPM-enable business applications directly. The Progress OpenEdge BPM initiative looks to cut DBMS licensing fees and reduce deployment complexity.

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IBM, Oracle, Metastorm and Progress To Speak at BPM-CON on June 29

‘The Future of BPM,’ an online conference for Business Process Management will be held June 29, and will attract some 1,000 IT executives and business managers.  BPM experts from IBM, Oracle Corp., Metastorm and Progress Software will present, according to the event’s producer Integration Developer News.

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Sybase PowerDesigner 15 Upgrades Modeling for SOA Agility

Late this month, Sybase Inc. will ship Sybase PowerDesigner 15, its upgraded all-in-one modeling and design product to bring more automation to alignment of IT and business processes, especially for SOA and BPM projects.

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Enterprise Ajax + SOA = User-Driven IT

Alone, SOA and Ajax both promise considerable payback to IT, but combined the two technologies are two sides of the same coin enabling a new class of Web-based applications called Rich Enterprise Applications or REAs. John Crupi and Chris Warner from JackBe discuss uses for REA and how this new platform expands the power of both Ajax and SOA.

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