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IBM, EIM Help U.S. Army Automate BPM To Cut Costs

IBM and EIM Corp. are teaming up cut for a massive digitization project which will automate business processes for the U, S. Army Publishing Directorate (APD). The project could save the Army up to $1.3 billion annually, the companies said.

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Microsoft SOA & BPM User Conference: Jan 27-30, 2009

The Microsoft SOA & Business Process Conference will be held Jan. 27-30, 2009 at Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. Attendees will receive details from Microsoft and its partners on core SOA and BPM offerings, including BizTalk Server, .NET Framework, SharePoint Server, SQL Server, Dublin, Oslo and Office.

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CERN Extends SOA Flexibility via Visual Orchestration

CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research in Geneva, Switzerland, is using "visual orchestration" from Active Endpoints to ensure its SOA projects are flexible enough to meet a wide range of project goals for IT, business and administrative users.

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Savvion BusinessManager 7.5 Opens BPM To Business-Users

Major BPM player Savvion is shipping next-gen technology it says will finally allow business users to create and manage business processes. IDN looks at Savvion BusinessManager 7.5, BPM suite.

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IBM Expands Products, Services for BPM for SOA

This fall, IBM is offering new software and services to help companies better improve their business processes to take advantage of SOA agility benefits. On tap: Better BPM modeling, updates for BPM Healthcheck, and a Web 2.0-based 'business spaces' to boost IT/business collaboration.

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StarPound Targets Voice, Video Integration with Data, BPM

StarPound Technologies is shipping an update to its open source StarPound CORE platform, to let enterprises IT more easily add voice, web, video, messaging and email communications to existing data, business processes and e-customer interactions.

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