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MWD Advisors - Blog Archive for August (2013)

There were 5 blog postings during August (2013):

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Helena Schwenk, MWD Advisors | 1st August '13
One of the most enjoyable parts of my work at MWD involves working with enterprises on ‘best practice insight’ case study reports (an example of which can be found here). These reports are designed to highlight key best practices, maturity and...
Neil Ward-Dutton, MWD Advisors | 2nd August '13
Belatedly: What Clay said. Mobile is one of the big new battlegrounds in enterprise software, and it’s no different in the BPM technology platform space. But when I see what’s mainly being talked about—both by vendors themselves, and then in...
Neil Ward-Dutton, MWD Advisors | 21st August '13
For anyone whose interest was piqued by my previous post on how we have to think about mobile technologies and mobility about being more than just delivering UIs for enterprise systems to smaller screens—see this piece on The Verge. Audi has...
Neil Ward-Dutton, MWD Advisors | 16th August '13
Just my luck: I’m just trying to tidy my desk before heading out for two weeks’ holiday when I hear that OpenText has bought Cordys for approximately $33m. Damn their inconsiderate timing! This isn’t the first time OpenText has acquired BPM...
Neil Ward-Dutton, MWD Advisors | 16th August '13
There was a great piece in HBR yesterday from Robert Plant (no, not that Robert Plant): IT Doesn’t Matter (to CEOs). [Free login required]. The main message: CEOs don’t get IT, and “corporations’ technology strategies will remain ineffective...


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