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ENTERPRISE APPS GET SOCIAL

March 27, 2013   |   Network World

Social media mania is having a huge impact on traditional business applications. Companies that are leveraging this trend are seeing significant benefits, including collaboration and data sharing in ways they've not experienced before. Adding social media extensions to applications like ERP, CRM, BI, and SCM makes it possible for companies to share business insights generated by these apps...

APPIAN BPM, QUEST CHARTMAXX ECM TEAM UP TO IMPROVE HEALTHCARE

March 22, 2013   |   Integration Developer News

BPM provider Appian is bringing mobile and social capabilities to Quest Diagnostics’ ChartMaxx document management software, to help hospitals improve patient-related processes. The joint BPM/ECM solution will combine patient and administrative data, improve task management, smarter e-forms and sports real-time communications...

SIX SUGGESTIONS FOR FEDERAL SOFTWARE PROCUREMENT

March 11, 2013   |   Washington Business Journal

The federal government has a very poor success rate when it acquires software. There are many stories of projects scrapped because of negligible results after hundreds of millions of dollars were spent. The key to improving this track record and achieving success in software projects on par with private industry is changing the procurement process. Here are some specific suggestions...

CHARTMAXX AND APPIAN ENTER INTO PARTNERSHIP

March 05, 2013   |   TMC Net

Quest Diagnostics, a provider of diagnostic information services, announced a partnership between ChartMaxx, its Document Management and Imaging (DMI) software, and Appian, a service for modern Business Process Management (BPM) software. According to a release, the new ChartMaxx platform supported by the partnership enables hospital users to combine patient and administrative data and create highly efficient processes...

THE FIVE EVILS OF ENTERPRISE SOCIAL

March 01, 2013   |   Computer World

The history of enterprise collaboration technology is littered with abandoned platforms that were intended to "change everything." But many new social collaboration tools quickly end up on the shelf, collecting dust, unless there are compelling reasons to use it, and dramatic incentives for people to maintain it. Most businesses don't have the rationale or the staff to do this. That's why there are so many empty portals and unused SharePoint sites...

SOCIAL MEDIA OFFERS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

February 27, 2013   |   Base Line

A few years ago, enterprise social media consisted of little more than creating a Facebook page and monitoring Twitter for sundry comments and complaints. In many instances, all that was needed was a handful of younger workers or interns to sift through posting and feeds and provide a basic response. It's safe to say that social media was little more than a blip on the information technology horizon...

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