Author Archives: Walter Bril

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    Elements.cloud

    Posted on February 2, 2017 by in News

    Wait, you have a new job? Yes. Well, a new role. A new environment. A new way. But not all is new. Read on if you want to know why. Or just want to know more about a unique proposition! The Challenge… How much time are you spending, or should I rather say, wasting, with […]

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  • Solutions or economics (only)?

    Posted on December 11, 2013 by in Business Process Management

    Every time when a new, innovative technology becomes available, you get an overhyped reaction in the market. The actual and original goals of real innovation seem to get completely blurred by economics. Suddenly customers need to become interested in that one specific technology: We have the best technical solution that will solve all your problems! […]

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  • Map those AS-IS processes yet again?!! Or save time with … Process Mining ?

    Posted on November 22, 2013 by in News

    Do you have any idea how your Order-to-Cash or Patient-handling processes work… at this time? Where the current bottlenecks are? Where you might even have compliance issues? In other words: Do you really know your AS-IS situation?  Do you take decisions based on feelings or hearsay? Undoubtedly you already have captured and analysed processes in […]

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    Autopilot on Big Data

    Posted on November 11, 2013 by in Business Process Management

    Lost You were enjoying that beautiful day out in the wild, that is, until the moment your GPS receiver failed and your smartphone run out of battery. Fortunately you were together with a seasoned ex-SAS friend, who learned to use the stars for direction and Morse-code to send out messages… Have you ever thought how […]

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    Beyond BPM

    Posted on October 9, 2013 by in Business Process Management

    Way back in 1999 I read Beyond Reengineering by Michael Hammer. He truly inspired me with his message and basically his book triggered a lot of what I have done in the BPM space. I have entered the BPM world not (just) by creating process models for automation, but by helping customers to establish a […]

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