Los Angeles, CA, March 3, 2014 – Interneer, Inc., a leader in Business Process Management (BPM) software for process automation applications and Smart Mobile Apps, today announced that it has been named to the 14th annual KMWorld Magazine list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management. The Interneer Intellect BPM platform was recognized for enabling organizations to easily and quickly build new generation business apps with robust mobile enterprise capabilities.
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As great numbers of devices are connected to the internet of things, a new domain is being created – one that touches on nearly every facet of our lives. New customer-centric business models are taking shape. At many levels, Bosch is taking advantage of the opportunities that arise.
Stuttgart, 02/06/2014 –
The future is connected. The internet allows objects and devices, entire homes, and even power plants or cities to communicate with each other. By interacting in this way they create what is known as the internet of things, bringing independent components together to form a new domain – and linking together different aspects of life such as energy, the home, mobility, and work. From February 5–6 in Berlin, the Bosch ConnectedWorld conference will showcase some of the many possibilities generated by this connectivity megatrend. The conference is being organized by Bosch Software Innovations, the Bosch Groups software and systems unit, which brings all the groups activities in this arena under one roof.
Sensors software business models
This new connectivity is based on sensors that record data from objects and electrical devices, passing it on via wireless internet connections. A dedicated software program analyzes and combines this data according to different criteria – and this data interplay gives rise to new business models. For instance, owners of electric vehicles can use an app to reserve a charge spot, while buildings can calculate their energy consumption autonomously and source the electricity they need from a range of suppliers in the most cost-efficient and sustainable way possible.
All components available
Bosch is a world leader when it comes to microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors. Bosch Software Innovations’ products have already proved their worth in 600 international projects. Wireless networks and energy-saving transmission technology are already widespread. For Denner, one thing is certain: It isnt a question of whether the objects will become internet-capable, but when.
Example of a Bosch application
Bosch has developed a telematics solution that is already helping insurers and leasing companies today, Denner says: The solution can be used to operate vehicle fleets spread over several locations. Because the system collects data on the condition of the vehicles, repairs can be planned before any damage occurs. Meanwhile, it lets insurance companies offer better rates to people who always drive their vehicle carefully – because thats also something the sensors can register.
Four key elements brought together
This application already brings together the four key elements of the connected world: cars (the physical assets), their drivers (private or commercial end users), an enterprise (the fleet operator), and an entire ecosystem of other parties that render the services (auto repair shops, insurers, and other service providers).
Driven by collaboration
This interaction of sensors, software, and services is the basis of the internet of things, Denner says. We are not creating technology for its own sake, but developing new business models whose main concern is customer benefit. That is why the main force driving the connectivity trend is collaboration between companies that have never before had business dealings with each other. All of us – industry, retail, service providers, and tradespeople – have to fully comprehend the possibilities. And we have to cultivate a more connected mindset.
Bosch and the internet of things
Bosch is well positioned to meet this challenge. Bosch Software Innovations develops software and system solutions for the internet of things. Its core product is a software suite that delivers the technical underpinnings for the required networks, enabling companies to Page 3 of 4 implement their new business models straight away. The focus is on fields such as connected mobility, connected energy, smart homes, and smart factories.
In addition, Bosch recently founded a separate company dedicated entirely to the internet of things. Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbHoffers the compact electronic products and the software know-how needed to make devices and objects internet-capable in a wide range of application areas. The company will initially concentrate on sensor-based applications for households (smart home) as well as for the transportation, traffic, and logistics segments. Bosch Sensortec is a world leader in micromechanical sensors for the internet of things, with some three million of these tiny components being produced every day at the companys state-of-the-art wafer fab in Reutlingen, Germany.
Bosch has announced that it is to set up a consortium with ABB, Cisco, and LG to develop a joint smart home data standard. What is more, in theMonaco 3.0 pilot project, which kicked off in November 2013, Bosch has been testing the technologies required to digitally interconnect an entire city. As Denner emphasizes: Our broad footprint and technological expertise give us a clear innovative advantage on these projects.
En un proyecto BPM la parte que toca a la reingeniería de procesos es tan o más importante que todo lo que tiene que ver con la ejecución de los mismos por los sistemas. Si la involucración de la Alta Dirección de la empresa es clave en cualquier proyecto IT, en el BPM es crítica. Ruth Cernes, Vicepresidente de Ventas y Alianzas de Bonitasoft, nos explica en este documento cómo deben explicarse a los “C” level (altos directivos) los beneficios del BPM.
En el documento se explica cómo debe explicarse el BPM a los diferentes directivos de una empresa: el Director Ejecutivo (CEO), el Director de Operaciones (COO), el Director de Marketing (CMO), el Director de Finanzas (CFO), el Director de Tecnología (CTO), al Director de IT (CIO) y a otros gerentes superiores.
Es importante hacerles ver que el BPM en una organización permite optimizar el gobierno y la dirección mediante la mejora del rendimiento operativo.
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Innovate 2014, Interneer’s annual gathering of customers and partners is a great opportunity to learn more about Interneer.
Los Angeles, CA, December 12, 2013 — Interneer, Inc., a leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM) software for process automation applications and Smart Mobile Apps, today announced that it won the “Most Innovative Mobile Solution” award at the Enterprise Mobility Forum. Interneer was awarded for enabling Smart Mobile Apps for the enterprise, leveraging a BPM platform that requires no programming and instead uses a drag-and-drop interface designed for business users and IT departments, offering enterprise-level security and integration to back end data and enterprise applications. Interneer was selected by CIOs and Mobility Executives attending the event on December 8-10 held at the Phoenician in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Interneer, Inc., a leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM) software for process automation applications, today announced Intellect MobileApps that enables business users and IT to easily build and manage native “Smart Mobile Apps” on any iOS device for enterprise use. Smart Mobile Apps are integrated with back-end systems and enterprise applications, deliver enterprise level security with Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) capabilities. Designed specifically for midsized companies and departments of large enterprises, Smart Mobile Apps improve the productivity and efficiency of employees in the field, and customers, partners, suppliers and others who need access to vital enterprise data on the go.
- High scalability and failure resistance thanks to cluster functionality
- Integrated process control through expanded BPM approach
Berlin, 12/02/2013 –
Bosch Software Innovations is rolling out a new version of its inubit business process management (BPM) solution. In addition to numerous improvements with regard to functionality and performance, the main new feature of inubit 7.0 is its cluster functionality. Consequently, companies needing to guarantee high failure resistance for their customers and service partners and dealing with sensitive processes and process data that have to be available at all times will find Release 7.0 particularly useful. These requirements are an essential feature of service level agreements (SLAs) and of new business models such as cloud solutions and software as a service (SaaS).
inubit Release 7.0’s cluster functionality makes this possible: the software can run on a network of several computers while appearing as a single entity to the outside. If one computer (or “cluster node”) fails, the process continues on another node without loss of data or downtime. Moreover, individual cluster nodes can be added or removed flexibly at any time, significantly improving performance.
Preparing and automating decision-making based on rules
Companies requiring fast, simple, and reliable interplay between rules and processes will also benefit from inubit Release 7.0. Bosch Software Innovations combines inubit with Visual Rules, the proven and reliable business rules management (BRM) software for preparing and automating decision-making based on rules. Its enhanced integration means you can directly access rules that have already been provided within business processes or technical workflows. This expanded BPM approach allows integrated process control and the seamless interaction of processes, rules, data, and applications.
inubit Release 7.0 is part of the latest version of the Bosch Software Innovations Suite, which will be available from February 2014. The Software Suite is a platform for fast and efficient connection of different elements of an ecosystem (consisting of devices, end customers, companies, and partners). It enables users to actively integrate devices, sensors, and other ‘things’ into business processes and provides new opportunities for optimizing existing business models and developing new ones.
Interneer, Inc., a leading provider of Business Process Management (BPM) software for process automation applications and “Smart Mobile Apps,” today announced a new, disruptive and simplified pricing model, as well as a “free community” option for enterprise clients.
To increase operational efficiency and productivity beyond the enterprise, organizations with an enterprise license can extend apps built on the Interneer Intellect BPM platform to customers, partners, suppliers and others at no additional cost – clients only pay for internal users.
Organizations can create a library of apps for enterprise use starting at $45 per user per month in the cloud, and $30 per user per month on-premises; pricing for a single app starts at $15 per user per month in the cloud, and $10 per user per month on-premises.