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Industry 4.0: the bpm challenge

By Juan Emilio Alvárez, Specialist in Digital transformation and BPM


"The Industrial Revolution 4.0 and / or Digital Transformation,”, is already a reality. This transformation implies a reinvention, but, unlike previous transformations, times are critical. Supply and demand vary at Vertiginous speed, and every company has to find its way to success. In this scenario, is it possible to bypass digital transformation 4.0?

The immersion in the "Digital Transformation" has to be a reality, but do not confuse Digital Transformation, with change of technology. Elements such as manufacturing and additive intelligence, robotics, artificial ...

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Not enough with an independent Management of a Process.

By: Pedro Robledo, BPM process management expert


Business Process Management (BPM) is a business management discipline (including methods, tools and technologies) focused on pursuing the continuous improvement of the operational processes of an organization, promoting effective, efficient, transparent and agile performance. Considering an operational or business process as a sequence of activities with an order of realization over time, which converts inputs given into output (a result, a product ...) using specific execution methods and with the support of adequate resources, adding value to the organization. The processes must support business strategy ...

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Any Business Innovation and Transformation requieres an Enterprise Architecture .

By: Pedro Robledo, BPM process management expert


Everyone realizes that organizations have to be innovating or continually transforming themselves to be competitive in a changing world like the present one. Both Innovation (doing something different or something new) and Transformation (making changes to something that already exists: optimizing, improving ...) will involve making changes in the organization to take it from a current state to a future state with the changes implemented. Considering that "55% of the current 500 Fortune organizations will not be in the Fortune elite in 2025" according to ...

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The missing link

By Francisco González, Data transformations expert


Nowadays, an absolutely necessary condition for the sustained growth of a commercial company is how easy it exchanges information electronically with customers and suppliers. It is unthinkable today that a company that receives 100 orders and generates 100 invoices a day, takes orders over the phone or sends 100 envelopes by ordinary mail to their customers. As the business grows, the amount of staff resources required to handle such a lot of manual work increases proportionately.
Even if the order data arrives in an email’s body or the invoices are ...

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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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