Author: Neil Ward-Dutton

Automation

Mapping out an emerging architecture for automation

A whole heap of technologies are vying to play roles in enterprises’ automation strategies. This is a fast-moving space. Next week I’ll be keynoting at the annual bpmNEXT conference held...

Software Development

Low-code app development – second time around

Low-code app development tools have existed for over 20 years, but for a long time they were a niche concern. The tradeoffs they brought were too big for many people...

MWD Advisors

Breaking it down: Kodak, blockchain, Sophia, the GDPR and RPA

Digital technologies are changing work and the workplace faster than ever before. In this 31’55” podcast episode, Research Director Neil Ward-Dutton and Principal Analyst Craig Wentworth discuss the issues behind recent tech industry developments. Specifically: Kodak’s recent foray into blockchain and the broader opportunity for managing rights to digital assets; the problematic ubiquity of Sophia […]

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Automation

Another RPA+BPM partnership: Software AG and Kryon Systems

On October 31st Software AG and Kryon Systems announced a new partnership that sees Software AG selling and distributing Kryon Systems’ RPA technology alongside its own Dynamic Apps Platform. On the heels of Appian’s tie-up with Blue Prism, IBM’s tie-up with Automation Anywhere and Pegasystems’ acquisition of OpenSpan, this new partnership shows how digital platform […]

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