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BPM Co-Founder Publishes Book

Jon Pyke, author – Enterprise Cloud Computing

With over 30 years’ experience  in the field of software engineering and product development Jon is considered to be one of the most influential figures in the Business Process Management (BPM) sector.

As CTO of Staffware plc (now Tibco) for over 12 years, he can truly claim to be one of the founders of BPM as a means to implement a process improvement culture in business.

He was personally responsible for defining many of the key software metaphors that enable BPM to work, and as Chair of the Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC), he has also overseen the development of standards. As one of BPM’s great thinkers. He is an excellent public speaker and has written and published a number of articles on the subject of Cloud Computing, Office Automation, BPM and Workflow Technology.

More recently Jon has Co-Authored a book covering both technical and business aspects of Cloud Computing. The book, published by Meghan-Kiffer Press, is called Enterprise Cloud Computing.

Read Jon’s blogs here, and connect on Linkedin.

White paper

Jon has also authored a special contribution to our CBPN – A white paper on Enterprise Cloud Computing, an introduction for CIOs.

Download : 15 page PDF

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