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Implementation studies

BPM Implementation Study – ActiveVOS

September 23, 2010

Not only are today’s IT environments more complex than ever before, but the current economic climate is making it more difficult for IT organizations to easily and cost-effectively meet changing business requirements. What’s needed is a way for organizations to streamline business processes, increase efficiency, and empower business users, rather than IT, to be at […]

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Active Endpoints’ ActiveVOS BPMS – ENABLING DYNAMIC GROWTH

July 23, 2010

Click here to download the full Upside Research Report on Western Governors University BPM implementation. Technology doesn’t exist for its own sake—it ultimately serves the needs of the business. But when business needs change rapidly and dynamically, it can be extremely difficult for a company’s IT infrastructure to keep up. Yet when designed correctly, a […]

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SpectraSite Case Study

January 1, 2007

SpectraSite was looking for a way to reduce its existing RFP process from 60 days. The current process was time consuming and the faxing technology was inadequate for the company’s needs. Download the full SpectraSite Implementation study.

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Metastorm – Streamlining Critical Paperwork for Recruitment Services

January 1, 2006

A publicly traded company, MSB is a leading provider of permanent and contract IT, telecoms, finance, accounting and sales professionals. As it grew, MSB found that its sales people were spending more and more time getting new contracts and paperwork completed and approved, instead of spending the time identifying new opportunities. Its team of VB […]

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3COM: Enabling Rapid, Custom and Adaptable Sales Processes Through Savvion BusinessManager

January 1, 2006

A leading networking products manufacturer, 3Com has an extensive, global staff and sales force. The company wanted to revise its special price quotes (SPQ) system to reduce lag time it was experiencing from the current Lotus Notes replication process. Since all special price quotes require rigorous and timely approval, 3Com needed to develop an integrated […]

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West Bend Mutual Insurance: Reducing Development Risk and Increasing Quality via Compuware CARS

January 1, 2005

All organizations doing application development face a series of risks and challenges: Will the application be released on time? Will the quality of the application be good or will there be unexpected problems? What about performance—will the application perform as needed when it’s released in real-world scenarios? Can the deployment and future changes be managed […]

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Using Intalio|n3 to Add Flexibility and Efficiency to Book Publishing

January 1, 2005

iUniverse is an independent publishing company that helps individuals self-publish fiction and non-fiction books. iUniverse was interested in finding technology that would enable it to build an infrastructure that could improve the efficiencies of the book publishing process as well as provide flexibility for changing business needs. The company turned to Business Process Management (BPM) […]

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Micro-News Network: Emergency Alert System Built with Compuware OptimalJ

July 1, 2004

Company: Micro-News Network Industry: Emergency Notification Challenges: – Finding a development tool and technology that would leverage existing resources and enable the company to build a standalone application for clients that could scale to its operation center Product Solution Components: – J2EE – Compuware OptimalJ Results – Saved 60-80% development time and costs with OptimalJ […]

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