I worked at a location that was running a single, world-wide instance of SAP. The whole of their HR, Finance, and some of their manufacturing was running from this single instance, twenty four hours per day, seven days per week. Naturally, the process ...

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The Redundant Back-Up

New IBM Z10 MainframeI worked at a location that was running a single, world-wide instance of SAP. The whole of their HR, Finance, and some of their manufacturing was running from this single instance, twenty four hours per day, seven days per week. Naturally, the...

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The futility of ERP's

Midnight Sun!Time for another story from the Comerford archives.

Several years ago I was involved in a global project to implement an ERP system in a multinational pharmaceutical company.

This project was huge. It was the biggest thing the company had...

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It's Just Not Cricket!

IMG_9475I was sitting over the weekend watching the guys practice their cricketing skills on the local cricket green. (For those of you who want an in-depth explanation of cricket I would recommend this: Or for a more in-depth and less humourous look, ...

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Have the BPM goalposts moved?

DSC_0811.jpgMy last post asked Where is the BPM Market going? and opened the way for discussion (mostly on Twitter) about the changing state of the BPM marketplace.

Thanks to Craig, The Process Ninja, we can now look at the latest analysts offerings from...

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Where's the BPM market going?

The Mist I remember back in the deep, dark mists of time (about ten years ago, actually), The BPM market used to have several players in it. Gartner's Magic Quadrant had a diverse number of players in each of the quadrants, and it was easy to look at and...

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