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Smart process applications rev up business agility
As demand for business agility increases, smart process applications are emerging as a new breed of easy-to-deploy apps intended to simplify activities that are loosely structured and people intensive. Smart process applications are poised to change the way organizations approach business process management, a development SearchCIO Senior Features Writer Karen Goulart explores the cover story of this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine.
In our second piece, Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski offers up a checklist for CIOs to follow in a post-Agile world, with an assist from the co-founder of Yammer Inc. We also check in with two CIOs who have experienced the value of social networking and collaboration firsthand, Executive Editor Linda Tucci opines on what the current crop of growth-focused CEOs mean for the CIO, and we get to the bottom of this cookie-stuffing business.
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Features in this issue
Equifax data expert Michael Koukounas explains how real-time data turns into real dollars and how he takes the complexity out of complex analysis.
With business agility more in demand than ever, context-rich smart process applications emerge as a difference-making solution.
Smart process apps are a new breed of software designed for streamlining business activities that are people-intensive and subject to change.
What happens when Agile development isn't fast enough? For one technology company, it means building a post-Agile world.
Two top CIOs give their quick takes on proving up the value of social media and collaboration tools.
Columns in this issue
Is your IT organization ready to get smart? Smart process apps are becoming a tool of choice in many agile-inclined enterprises.
Combatting cookie stuffing, smoking out dubious URLs, designing for behavior change and selling the company culture: The Data Mill reports.
Gartner probes the CEO mindset and sees 'economic defiance,' an appetite for digital growth and lots of work for the ambitious CIO.