New ProcessMaker version 2.0.38 just released.

Hello ProcessMaker Community, Colosa Inc. is proud to announce the new stable release for ProcessMaker: version 2.0.38. Our developers have been working tirelessly in order to bring you this new monthly release with 3 entirely new features along with several bug fixes and improvements to the ProcessMaker core. So, without further ado, here

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Big Ideas, Big Process, and little Social Apps

Connie Moore from Forrester Research blogged about a big idea that she has been working on for several months about the future of enterprise suites versus business process management suites.   I imagine that her paper will touch an interesting nerve because I get the feeling that this is a

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Simplified User Inbox: a new experience for users

Q:  Which feature provides the best experience for users? A:  Having a simplified interface where they have access to information that’s important to them, depending on their requirements. With that in mind, we are pleased to announce a new feature – the ‘Simplified User Inbox’ in ProcessMaker version 2.0.37.  As the name

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Who is to Blame for Social BPM?

Of course, this is a tongue-in-cheek question.  Nonetheless, there is a lot of pressure on the BPM industry right now to jump on the “Social” bandwagon and this begs the question of whether or not this is a good idea?  What is really at the root of the “social” juggernaut? It

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New Web Service test: UnassignedCaseList

Having a quick view on the unassigned cases list is not impossible, from version 2.0.37 this new web service test “Unassigned Case list” was added to give a brief overview of which cases have unassigned users. By having a designation rule “Self service” defined in tasks, this web service test

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ProcessMaker 2.0.37 released today!!!

Another month and another new stable release for ProcessMaker. This month is the turn for version 2.0.37 which comes with one major new feature, a new Simplified User Inbox which we’ll cover in more detail in a further post; plus the usual bug fixes, improvements and feature upgrades that have our

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