Monthly Archives: November 2013

eCases, the final frontier for workflow management?


Ask any healthcare worker, ask any law enforcement officer, and they will tell you what a “Case” is.  Case was, and for many, still is, a “file folder”. Everything has to be in one place in order to make informed … Continue reading

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Adaptive Case Management – the widening picture


For the increasing number of managers who see Case as the environment of choice to put a focus on defining operational objectives and tracking progress toward reaching operational objectives, cross-Case visual analytics suddenly are a reality. All that is required … Continue reading

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Psst . .. come park your mission critical data in the Cloud


I can see the advantages of Cloud computing for application system version maintenance.  Software development companies that charge high prices for ‘upgrades’ need to be able to service multiple old versions of their software. They need test data, frozen operating … Continue reading

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On Effectiveness and Efficiency


Every organization wants to be effective and efficient. Both contribute to competitive advantage. Let’s take a look under the hood to see how effectiveness and efficiency can be increased. Effectiveness Effectiveness means doing the “right” things. In a large organization … Continue reading

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