Process Director recognised in the Gartner 'Magic Quadrant for iBPMS' for 2016

Process Director recognised in the Gartner 'Magic Quadrant for iBPMS' for 2016

Written by Alan Ingram on Thursday, 18 August 2016. Posted in Process Director, BP Logix, Gartner Magic Quadrant for iBPMS

Process Director by BP Logix has been named in the Gartner 'Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (iBPMS)' for the second year in a row.

According to Gartner, there are a couple of significant changes in the 2016 Magic Quadrant iBPMS category when compared to 2015.

First, there is an increasing focus on using an iBPMS to address more complex work styles that may be less structured or unstructured and require interaction with a wide variety of structured and unstructured content types. iBPMSs have evolved a varying degree of case management solutions — enabling organisations to improve outcomes from a wider variety of process styles. Second, in order to adapt to changing business needs more quickly, there is an even greater focus on making the technologies easier to use so that the citizen developer (business users and business analysts rather than software developers) can author solutions with minimal involvement from IT.

Being recognised by Gartner and added to the Magic Quadrant in 2015 was a great achievement for BP Logix and Process Director. Moving further up and to the right of the quadrant for the second year endorses the progress BP Logix have made with the product and how it continues to fulfil more and more current business requirements

Alan Ingram, Technical Director, ePC
10 reasons why efficient workflow is a critical tool for your business

10 reasons why efficient workflow is a critical tool for your business

Written by Alan Ingram on Tuesday, 09 August 2016. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation

During the course of our partnership with customers, there is usually a point that constitutes the “aha” moment. It is at that time they realise the importance and value of planning and mapping out an optimised workflow.

While few dispute the need for workflow, it usually requires seeing the workflow planned out before people spot and tackle what are minor discussion points at the planning stage, but would be business show-stoppers during production.

Developing your workflow has challenges; it’s like planning the world’s largest reception and taking into consideration every plate, glass, napkin, hors d’oeuvres, beverage and the thousands of other details that must be coordinated beforehand. Planning the reception mandates viewing the event holistically yet acting with singular precision.

OpenText acquire TeleForm and LiquidOffice from HP Inc.

OpenText acquire TeleForm and LiquidOffice from HP Inc.

Written by Alan Ingram on Monday, 01 August 2016. Posted in TeleForm, OpenText, LiquidOffice

OpenText, a leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), announced today that it had completed the acquisition of TeleForm and LiquidOffice (formerly Process Automation) from HP Inc.

OpenText was founded in 1991, the same year TeleForm was created, and currently employs over 8,000 people. Operating throughout the world and serving 100,000 customers, their products enable businesses to grow faster, lower operational costs, and reduce information governance and security risks by improving business insight, impact and process speed.

OpenText have an interesting toolkit and offer complimentary products that TeleForm works well with, such as DOKuStar. They are a well-respected organisation within our industry and have a vast wealth of experience in developing and marketing the solutions our clients demand. We look forward to working with them in the next chapter of the evolution of TeleForm and LiquidOffice

Alan Ingram, Technical Director, ePC

We will keep you updated with future plans for TeleForm and LiquidOffice over the next few months. In the meantime, you can read the press release or visit the OpenText website for the latest news.

New exam processing system improves efficiency and generates savings for Cambridge English

New exam processing system improves efficiency and generates savings for Cambridge English

Written by Richard Adams on Thursday, 10 March 2016. Posted in Process Director, TeleForm, On screen marking, Exam paper capture and processing

Cambridge Assessment is the world’s leading provider of language assessment for students and teachers of English. Part of the world-renowned University of Cambridge, it has offered English language exams since 1913.

With over eight million exams taken around the world each year and more than 2,500 authorised exam centres in 130 countries – Cambridge Assessment was looking to make efficiencies in distributing and capturing responses from exam scripts; reducing the need for labour-intensive shipping and handling of large amounts of paper.

How will the Safe Harbor ruling effect your business?

How will the Safe Harbor ruling effect your business?

Written by Richard Adams on Wednesday, 14 October 2015. Posted in Data capture, Safe Harbor

Last week, the European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled the ‘Safe Harbor Privacy Principles’ invalid.

This decision was reached after Max Schrems, an Austrian citizen, filed a complaint with the Irish Data Protection Commissioner, asking them to prohibit Facebook from transferring his personal data to the US after Edward Snowden claimed the US did not adequately protect personal data from NSA surveillance activities.

The ruling has potentially far-reaching consequences on businesses who transfer data across the Atlantic.

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