Posts Tagged ‘BPM’

Is AF Understanding BPM – ERP Update

Updates to: PEO Strategy , BPM for ERP and ECSS Cost Estimate After fielding ERP pilots under ECSS that had huge manuals to explain process, it appears the passion for ERP technology is ending. AF leadership has again ended the effort for ERP deployment, opting instead for the strategy they offered last time the program […]

DCGS Comes Under Fire

No shots have been fired at DCGS using real munitions, but the Test and Evaluation community is never the less putting DCGS under its cross hairs as I write this post. With the current anti-terror operations so dependent upon special operations magic, pin point drone strikes, and ISR-fueled battle space awareness, the idea that inter-service […]

BPM a Better Ending for ECSS? I Think SO!

As the AF lays out a plan for the next effort to field an ERP perhaps they need to consider alternatives to the ERP Atomic Weapons that resulted in their first effort impacting the ground. I have presented alternatives in various forum over the last year. You can see the BPM approach at : Appian […]

AFCEA Speaker Shapes ISR Road Ahead

Speaking at a Feb. 6 lunch briefing held by AFCEA DC, AF officials outlined some of their biggest concerns: finding intelligence in the data deluge pouring in from sensors and UAVs, training a new generation of airmen and securing cyberspace. “The tactics that allow us to do very sophisticated surveillance, specifically to find targets within […]

The BPM issue is long term cost not acquisition cost

Factors Influencing Cost of Ownership and Ease of Deployment for BPM Appian BPM vs. IBM BPM Background             The selection of a BPM suite should not only consider the objective price to purchase a product or product set, but should carefully consider the ownership costs factors. Since employing BPM will invest the organizations processes into […]

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