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What’s Old Is New Again: IT Priorities, Business Processes and CPOs

CIOs Ask for Chief Process Officers Kimberly Samuelson, who hosted the Symposia alongside Jereb Cheatham, Director of the Laserfiche Institute, and Kurt Rapelje, Director of Software Engineering, just published an article in which she writes: CIOs are being tasked with getting more value out of their existing stacks, and creating composite applications is an effective way of achieving this goal. However, as more of these composite applications are created, bringing together different systems, departments and ways of getting work done, the need to clearly define process is becoming more important than ever

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It's Deja Vu All Over Again

Except today it's about composite applications, sites, communities and content all packaged into an "enterprise collaboration platform" called SharePoint (collaboration being an even broader term compared to its groupware relative)

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