Microsoft as BPM platform

I have mentioned before that Microsoft is setting itself up as a platform company – Dynamics for business, Office for individuals, etc – to encourage companies to build industry-specific applications on its technology. Now I see that business process management (BPM) is another target – Microsoft Business Process Alliance. One of the companies mentioned, Sourcecode, is South African and better known for its product K2.net.

I do wonder though how long it will be before Microsoft comes up with its own BPM solution, and its partners become its competitors?

Thanks to Selling Power newsletter for the news.

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One thought on “Microsoft as BPM platform

  1. They did start in South Africa, but they moved their head office to Redmond almost 3 years ago already. That should tell us something.

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