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Agile, the last trend in information technology

By Bernardo Ramos, IT security expert

 

Agile, the last trend in information technology

Information Technology and fashion

New trends in Information technology appear often as a matter of fashion

New trends in IT use to emerge as oscillations between two extreme positions:

  • Centralized / Distributed
  • Simple / Complex

Around 1980’s IBM launched a computer series based on an architecture labelled “RISC” (as "Reduced Instruction Set Computing") RISC was the answer to the need of improving the old good IBM 360 complex architecture (CISC) that had been designed as a rich and complex instruction set processor to maximize the computing speed by ...

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Lean+SixSigma+TOC provide methods for continuous process improvement in BPM

By: Pedro Robledo, BPM process management expert

Lean+SixSigma+TOC provide methods for continuous process improvement in BPM

The discipline of process management (BPM - Business Process Management) makes continuous improvement of any organization possible, by allowing to manage the business processes in an efficient and reliable way. When looking for the quality of an organization we are referring to achieving a degree of inherent characteristics that meets certain requirements, needs or expectations, looking for cost savings, more revenue, greater productivity, greater profitability, greater customer satisfaction, improved branding, motivation and engagement of employees, flexibility and preparation for the future, better respond ...

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PROCESS DIGITALIZATION IN DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION

By Pedro Robledo, BPM process management expert

Process Digitalization in Digital Transformation

In a VUCA world (Volatile, Uncertainly, Complex and Ambiguous), companies are forced to innovate and adapt permanently to remain competitive and succeed. Mainly in the digital revolution where we find ourselves, where disruptive businesses appear that emerge even bypassing traditional barriers between sectors, changing the essence of traditional businesses and in many cases transforming products into services. This digital revolution is an opportunity, but it is also an obligation because customers are increasingly digital, have more information, compare, seek greater value and desire a more satisfactory customer experience ...

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BPM is key to digital transformation

Pedro Robledo, BPM and digital transformation expert

Digital enterprise

All companies have to adapt to meet the challenges of business if they want to survive against the global economic changes, business competition, new regulations, technological disruptions and especially the expectations of its customers. In order to achieve their goals and develop their capacities for innovation, they must have flexibility to strategically rethink everything every so often and be able to make the necessary changes quickly. In addition, traditional industries are being surprised by new business models that rethink the usual services and products. In many cases ...

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ERP is obsoleted, deciduous

Bernardo Ramos, IT security expert

ERP

For many years , ICT managers have had tow options:

1.Not to take risks

2. Choose the best

In the 70s and 80s Option 1 was blue, In the 90s he was named a consultant / auditor and In the 2000s it has been the development of integrated systems , which we called ERP (extended evolution of the old MRP) and it seems that only exists for large companies a three acronyms, expensive and complex. Bernardo Ramos IT security expert

But the ERP is obsoleted as an element of progress, and can not ...

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