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Touch Table in South Africa!

posted 6 May 2013, 12:59 by Web Master   [ updated 19 Mar 2015, 03:31 ]
The first Metasonic Touch Table arrived in South Africa arrived in Cape Town. The Capetonians are having a ball playing with it! Modelling never was so much fun! The good news is that the models created on the table by business users can be imported into Metasonic Build for refinement by IT.  

The table will be seen at the ITWeb BPM Summit 2013, where Herbert Kindermann, CEO of German-based Metasonic AG will also present a paper.

"Traditional business process management (BPM) cannot keep up with new business demands to deal with an increasingly fast-moving and complex environment" says Herbert Kindermann, CEO of German-based Metasonic AG, who adds that traditional BPM models are cumbersome, complex and frequently don’t deliver a complete and accurate picture of processes. In order to drive business value, BPM needs to be agile and accurate, he says.

“The disruptive force in BPM today is subject-oriented BPM (S-BPM), whereby participants in the workplace contribute their knowledge to the BPM suite using tools made as simply as possible. This enables BPM that is modular, uncomplicated and accurate, and importantly, allows businesses to make changes on the fly to adapt to changing market conditions,” he says.
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