Pega Can’t: Social, Mobile, Real-time, Open, Cloud

That’s a lot of buzzwords in one title, but then it’s a whole lot less than our customers heard from Pegasystems: Directly Captured Objectives (DCO) Dynamic Case Management (DCM) Adaptive Case Management (ACM) Case Lifecycle Management (CLM) Situational Layer Cake (SLC) And it continues (AIC) … Phew – head hurt yet? It’s no wonder customers are…

I ♥ Lego

Lately, I’ve found myself discussing the value and benefits of Low Code Platforms. What’s a Low Code Platform? It’s technology that lets people build software applications without writing a lot, if any, code. Why would you want one of these? It allows anyone inside your company to build software applications to automate and improve your business….

Announcing BPM for Salesforce!

Today ManyWho is announcing the full release of our Salesforce BPM product. We have been working tirelessly to deliver world-class BPM capabilities to Salesforce customers. Mobile Build mobile workflows, fully integrated inside or outside the Salesforce1 mobile app. Public, partner and employee facing workflow applications are all supported. And the best bit about mobile? Using…

Keep it small stupid

A big part of my role at ManyWho is product management. Having worked for and run various startups, and having been a product management executive at Salesforce, I’ve learned a lot about managing change. And one thing has become very clear (particularly in cloud computing): Make small changes often, rather than big changes infrequently. Here are…

API First: A Business Priority

When people talk about APIs, it’s often with respect to developers. Most people on the business side probably don’t know what an API is – but they really do need to – so here’s a quick (and loose) definition: An API allows developers to: Extend the software you have, so it does everything you need Make different…

You don’t want a mobile app

Here are some things every customer should ask when evaluating a vendor for their mobile app….but before I start, the biggest point I want to make is this: You don’t want a mobile app.

shut up: the presence of silence

  There’s one thing that is undeniably true. The world is getting noisier. Everywhere you look, someone is vying for your attention. And now, as we move into the era of the Internet of Things (IoT), it seems that even devices want a slice of the action. The apps on your phone are alerting you…

Where should you build your mobile apps?

It’s never been a more exciting time to get into mobile. With enterprise vendors jumping up and down to make you successful, it’s hard to know what to do. Here’s my account of ManyWho and Salesforce1 Lightning. My goal is to be objective given my deep domain knowledge of both products (having worked for Salesforce)….

Choosing a Mobile Platform

The 6 questions you need to ask I spend a lot of time talking to customers about mobile applications and platforms. Here are some things every customer should ask when evaluating a vendor for their mobile app. But before I start, the biggest point I want to make is this: You don’t want a mobile…