An increasingly social internet has led to a new way of communicating, somewhere in-between e-mail and chatting. This leads to quicker discussions, with multi-media content and more participants than ever. Would you like to learn how your enterprise can tap into the power of social networking to get more value from your data and your Control implementation? Read more in our latest blog article!
Having your employees use your Tibco Nimbus Control implementation as planned is the key to getting value from your investment. Do you want the control to be as easy to understand and use as a tablet? Learn more about “landing pages” at our blog.
After reading this post about ISO standards and certification, you might look at the process of ISO certification in another light. What’s missing? Janne Eriksson of Solution Management describes one of the key reasons companies fail to create value in their Business Process Management (BPM) projects.
The top level of a quality management system (QMS) should be adapted to what the end users are used to seeing in the sleek apps on their computers and iPhones. Management systems, business process management or quality management systems – whatever you call them – should leave their grey and boring visual profiles and instead use modern and informative icons. Read the full article.
In the second part of our tutorial on the Author Tool in Nimbus Control, its uses and advantages in Business Process Management, Janne Eriksson shows us how staff can work together: drawing and managing processes for quality management, signing and adopting the processes and more.
In this video lesson, Janne Eriksson shows us how to use the Author tool and the basics of drawing in Nimbus Control, for uses in Business Process Management (BPM) and Quality Management Systems (QMS) throughout the entire company.