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Adaptive Paradigm Unleashed at ISIS Open House 2011

In event on March 8, 2011 at 9:24 am

ISIS Papyrus is pleased to announce this year’s open house and user conferences to start at the ISIS headquarters in Vienna, Austria, from May 1-3, and Southlake, Texas, from May 15-17, respectively.

Registration for these exciting events is now open. Other venues include Kingsclere in the UK and Ivrea in Italy. We will present all the details as they evolve.

In 2010, process management has been amended with the aspects and needs of social networks extended with mobile access. That alone is a departure from the usual control-mindset of BPM. But social and mobile communication improvements alone do not improve governance. Beyond the market hype there is acceptance that content, process and customer relationship management are not only related but must be consolidated to provide a completely customer-focused solution.

ISIS Papyrus sees the empowerment of knowledge workers crucial for most functional content or process needs. Therefore there is an embedded approach to long-term governing processes.

The ADAPTIVE paradigm is about a globally encompassing process technology approach linked to business architecture and strategy. That architectural structure enables the focus on individual goals and outcomes as an embedded functionality of the empowerment technology, while being guided by the business strategy. The ADAPTIVE paradigm needs technology empowerment similar to SOCIAL and MOBILE, but in contrast provides top-down and bottom-up transparency.