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This looks pretty cool, I had no idea Visio did Operational Modelling
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Look at Process Simulator from ProModel (www.promodel.com) which is adept at Simulating Visio maps
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I have two degrees in Engineering and I am not even able to complete IBMs forms to sell their software - is it any wonder Lotus sales are not what they should be ?

Don't even start me on why IBM need to do this - its bad enough that they cant even be competent at creating pointless hoops to jump through
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Sorry Ed, you know my world is Lotus and you know how frustrated I get that many sites I visit are leaving or have left Notes for an inferior product.

I understand the theory behind closed distribution ( higher skilled organisations can help the customers more ) but it has more holes than a sieve with distributers facilitating 3rd party arrangements.

In the mean time smaller organisation ( those without the overhead to manage overly cumbersome and sometimes broken IBM processes ) who are passionate about Notes and who are the experts in its application are loosing out (and so is IBM ).

All I want to do is sell one of your ASL licences to your customer. Please ask one of your team to try this process.
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One of the things heard this morning at SugarCon was that IBM is working on rolling out SugarCRM to the company. This is a huge boost of course for SugarCRM and for IBM and it's sales teams and Bu...
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does google+ now mean that every time I add photos to Picasa and make them public the world gets told ? Thats almost enough to make me move.
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Just reading about Mitch Kapor starting Lotus ( thanks Alan L )
If a 2011 startup did this everyone would be amazed

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Kapor founded Lotus Development Corporation in 1982 ....... Lotus' first year of operations, the company achieved revenues of $53,000,000 and had a successful public offering.

In 1984 the company tripled in revenue to $156,000,000. The number of employees grew to over a thousand by 1985.Lotus' first product was presentation software for the Apple II known as Lotus Executive Briefing System. Kapor founded Lotus after working as head of development at VisiCorp (the marketers of VisiCalc) and selling the rights to his products VisiPlot and VisiTrend to VisiCorp.Shortly after Kapor left VisiCorp, Sachs and he designed and developed an integrated spreadsheet and graphing program. Even though IBM and VisiCorp collaborated on VisiCalc for the PC and VisiCalc shipped simultaneously with the PC, Lotus had a superior product. Lotus released Lotus 1-2-3 in January 1983. The name referred to the three ways the product could be used: as a spreadsheet, a graphics package, and a database manager. The last function was seldom used. 1-2-3 was the most powerful spreadsheet available in the new PC-compatible market; sales were enormous, turning Lotus into the largest independent software vendor in the world almost overnight. The business plan had called for $1,000,000 in sales in the first year, but the actual results were $53,000,000.Kapor was also the fundamental architect of the "free-form" database application, Lotus Agenda.
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Bonitasoft looks interesting - they seem to have some sort of online / offline capability - page 44 of the slides - has anyone used it ?
http://www.slideshare.net/BonitaSoft/bpm-with-bonita-open-solution-8979284
BonitaSoft, a provider of open source business process management (BPM) solutions, this morning announced that it has landed $11 million in funding in a Series B round led by Serena Capital. Existing ...
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I think they got "slashdotted" today with a lot of media interest
Its a nice looking site but I really struggled to get the key information like platform, price and cloud options
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The playbook simulator vmware image is such a simple idea
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