I am looking forward to 2013 in the ECM market more than in the last five years. The thing that interests me more than anything else is change and this year promises to be anything but dull. The status quo is not just boring - it is dangerous. What follows are my thoughts on the major trends... Continue Reading →
Relationships in xCP2 – Part 1
I have had a great opportunity to spend time with the new xCPDesigner, the product that brings together in one UI all of the design tasks required to create an xCP2 application. Over the next several weeks I plan on walking you through what I see as the most significant features – in other words... Continue Reading →
xCP 2.0 Test Drive at EMC World
Earlier this week David Le Strat teased some of the hands on xCP 2 opportunities available at EMC World next week in Vegas. The product is still a few months away but I was part of a small group last week that got to spend three days with the current build. Before you embark on... Continue Reading →
Rules Rule in Case Management
On his blog , Dan Ciruli from the xCP team at EMC asked a few interesting questions about the role of a business analyst in case management system development. He has the formidable challenge putting the next generation of tools together for the suite and it is an important question to ask. He suggests that... Continue Reading →
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