Unwrapping PegaWorld and Pega Infinity

COMMENTARY

At this year’s PegaWorld, Pegasystems launched – with significant fanfare – its latest major technology release, Pega Infinity. Here’s what’s inside the wrapping. In truth, Pega Infinity is largely a matter of packaging rather than a matter of significant new capability (although a number of new features are being released). Nevertheless it’s important, because it […]

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OutSystems bags $360m in funding to fuel expansion, innovation

COMMENTARY

Low-code application platform specialist OutSystems has formally announced a colossal $360m funding round. What does it mean? In our recent in-depth profile of OutSystems, we highlighted: “OutSystems bridges two worlds very effectively indeed: first, the world of business process automation; and second, the world of rapid, low-code application development… this is an offering with a […]

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Scribe Software: Bringing wholesale smarts to enterprise integration

RESEARCH REPORT // FREE

Scribe Software was founded in 1995 as an application integration software platform specialist. It launched Scribe Online, its integration platform-as-a-service offering – the focus of this report – in 2011. For enterprises, Scribe Online is a capable digital integration platform that’s particularly strong in its ability to support complex deployments involving multiple business operations, departments, […]

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On the Radar: KiSSFLOW

RESEARCH REPORT // FREE

KiSSFLOW is a cloud-based business process automation software platform designed to help customers very quickly build and deploy workflow-based applications to automate ‘long tail‘ administrative processes. Who? KiSSFLOW is a cloud-based business process automation software platform, active since 2012, and owned by OrangeScape, a US- and India-based software development firm founded in 2003 by Suresh […]

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Three swipes at the AI pinata

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 36’52” podcast episode, Craig Wentworth and Neil Ward-Dutton discuss AI technology company acquisitions, AWS’ new machine learning-powered Macie discovery service (and its role in GDPR compliance), the problem with AI terminology – and finally, recent news from Blockchain Week NY.  

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Autonomous Clouds, Ethereum’s Enterprise Alliance, Blockchain + Industry 4.0, Google Duplex

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 36’39” podcast episode, Craig Wentworth and Neil Ward-Dutton weave chaotically across lanes marked “technology” and “philosophy”, this week talking about: Oracle’s new Autonomous Cloud offerings The Ethereum Enterprise Alliance and its new Architecture Stack work Blockchain’s potential in driving a real […]

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Appian: all in on Case Management, Intelligent Automation

COMMENTARY

At Appian’s annual user conference last month the company showed how it’s embracing Case Management and the notion of Intelligent Automation; the two come together in a new product. Although the Appian Platform has offered many of the capabilities that a Case Management platform needs to exhibit for a couple of years now, the company […]

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RPA blind spots, Self-sovereign Identity, DocuSign and Smartsheet, and more

PODCAST

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 43′ episode Research Director Neil Ward-Dutton and Principal Analyst Craig Wentworth focus on how some people have a ‘RPA blind spot’; the development of a new Self-sovereign Identity initiative; DocuSign’s and Smartsheet’s IPOs; and finally – research on quantum blockchain time machines. You […]

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