Cemete and BayPM worked together to design and implement the infrastructure, core system, business and electronic money processes as well as the independent audit and license file preparation for Cemete to become Turkey’s first licensed electronic money organization.
With the second legislation made with law No. 6493 by BDDK, Cemete set out to operate transferring money as a primary operation and focusing primarily on electronic money.
BayPM developed the entire money transfer solution for Cemete including all processes and foreign system integrations. Based on BDDK’s second legislation, Cemete had to fulfill all of the enterprise system infrastructure, security, accessibility, and redundancy principles requirements as mandated to banks. We are proud to announce that the software and system infrastructure passed independent audits.
Cemete business processes are built based on Cobit principles.
BayPM we shared an arduous one year journey with Cemete to accomplish their goal. Congratulations Cemete and we wish you all the best.
Learn more about Cemete: www.cemete.com.tr
Los Angeles, CA, May 6, 2014 — Interneer, Inc., a leader in Business Process Management (BPM) software forprocess automation applications and Smart Mobile Apps, today announced the release of an updated Intellect MobileApps supporting offline capabilities for “Smart Mobile Apps” built on Interneer Intellect and deployed as a native enterprise mobile app on any iOS mobile device. This new feature enables organizations to significantly improve the productivity of mobile workers in the field with the need to enter enterprise data and capture photos while on the go, with or without internet connectivity.
Listen to my podcast with Romeo Elias, the Founder and CEO of Interneer, Inc. Romeo Elias is a BPM expert and in this podcast we discuss the recent announcement from Interneer about Smart Mobile Apps, their system to enable the creation of customized, true native iOS applications for enterprise use.
Schooff: Hello, this is Peter Schooff, Managing Editor at BPM.com and today I have the pleasure of speaking with Romeo Elias, the Founder and CEO of Interneer, Incorporated. He’s an experienced software executive, BPM expert, patented inventor, and entrepreneur advisor and today we’re going to discuss a recent upcoming announcement from Interneer, which is about apps for business processes, which at BPM.com we found really interesting. So first of all Romeo, thank you so much for joining me on the podcast.
Elias:: Thank you, Peter, I appreciate it.
Schooff: So as I’ve prefaced, I found your announcement very interesting. Can you just give me a quick overview of the world of apps for business processes as it is right now and then going forward?
Elias:: Absolutely Peter. The thing that we have been observing in the market, specifically, with the advent of mobility and the whole mobile world is that it’s been very, very disruptive, as you probably know. And today, there are more mobile devices in the world than there are people. This year the sale of tablets and smart phones has exceeded desktops and PCs. Everything is transforming mobility for a day-to-day employee is no longer an option. It has become something that they need to have access to no matter where they’re at.
At the same time, if you look at how mobility has changed the expectation of people and then how they deal with apps, what you’ll notice is that there’s this expectation now that they have to be accessible from anywhere, that they’re very ubiquitous. They have to be very easy, very simple; they do certain things very well. They’re not these complex things that do everything as we’re used to with enterprise apps in the office. And so at the same time, people can download any app they want, they can customize apps, they can get apps that empower them to build things, and change things.
And if you look at what we do with our smart mobile phones today, it’s funny to me that 20 years ago people would say I don’t even know how to program my VCR. Whereas today, they have this massive computer on their phone and they do so many things with it. So this whole self-service nature of it has also become ubiquitous and people just — they expect that they can learn things and do things themselves, and not always have to be relying on experts, and programmers, and so on.
So all those things have changed the expectation on how we deal with apps and specifically business apps. So business apps from a business user standpoint, the expectation is that they have to be easy to use, they have to be easy to change and deploy, they have to be accessible anywhere and ubiquitous, and they also need to access their backend data and systems so that they’re not standalone, something that is completely sitting on an island. And when you look at companies and what options they have today, there’s some limitations and gaps in the market and has the ability to access these kinds of apps and to deploy these for their employees and users and who isn’t able to and this is kind of part of the problem that we’re trying to solve.Read More
Los Angeles, CA, March 3, 2014 – Interneer, Inc., a leader in Business Process Management (BPM) software for process automation applications and Smart Mobile Apps, today announced that it has been named to the 14th annual KMWorld Magazine list of 100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management. The Interneer Intellect BPM platform was recognized for enabling organizations to easily and quickly build new generation business apps with robust mobile enterprise capabilities.
With Visual Rules, Bosch Software Innovations offers you one of the market-leading Business Rules Management software systems, which is characterized by an intuitive graphical approach. This makes it very popular both with IT and specialized departments that use it.
Business departments will be able to manage their business rules themselves so they can automate a huge number of operational decisions – without any programming knowledge. The software is seamlessly integrated in existing IT infrastructure and meshes with the existing application for robust services that are available enterprise-wide. Existing resources are put to good use – and data, applications, and processes are transparently integrated, even in substantially heterogeneous IT landscapes.
The model-based approach takes everyone into account and measurably shortens the time it takes to develop and implement new versions of existing rules. Visual Rules provides comprehensive support to companies that need to define and build up user roles and how they interact, ensuring that the rules and roles comply with policies and that any changes made to them are documented in an audit-proof manner.Click Here For More Information
As great numbers of devices are connected to the internet of things, a new domain is being created – one that touches on nearly every facet of our lives. New customer-centric business models are taking shape. At many levels, Bosch is taking advantage of the opportunities that arise.
Stuttgart, 02/06/2014 –
The future is connected. The internet allows objects and devices, entire homes, and even power plants or cities to communicate with each other. By interacting in this way they create what is known as the internet of things, bringing independent components together to form a new domain – and linking together different aspects of life such as energy, the home, mobility, and work. From February 5–6 in Berlin, the Bosch ConnectedWorld conference will showcase some of the many possibilities generated by this connectivity megatrend. The conference is being organized by Bosch Software Innovations, the Bosch Groups software and systems unit, which brings all the groups activities in this arena under one roof.
Sensors software business models
This new connectivity is based on sensors that record data from objects and electrical devices, passing it on via wireless internet connections. A dedicated software program analyzes and combines this data according to different criteria – and this data interplay gives rise to new business models. For instance, owners of electric vehicles can use an app to reserve a charge spot, while buildings can calculate their energy consumption autonomously and source the electricity they need from a range of suppliers in the most cost-efficient and sustainable way possible.
All components available
Bosch is a world leader when it comes to microelectromechanical systems (MEMS) sensors. Bosch Software Innovations’ products have already proved their worth in 600 international projects. Wireless networks and energy-saving transmission technology are already widespread. For Denner, one thing is certain: It isnt a question of whether the objects will become internet-capable, but when.
Example of a Bosch application
Bosch has developed a telematics solution that is already helping insurers and leasing companies today, Denner says: The solution can be used to operate vehicle fleets spread over several locations. Because the system collects data on the condition of the vehicles, repairs can be planned before any damage occurs. Meanwhile, it lets insurance companies offer better rates to people who always drive their vehicle carefully – because thats also something the sensors can register.
Four key elements brought together
This application already brings together the four key elements of the connected world: cars (the physical assets), their drivers (private or commercial end users), an enterprise (the fleet operator), and an entire ecosystem of other parties that render the services (auto repair shops, insurers, and other service providers).
Driven by collaboration
This interaction of sensors, software, and services is the basis of the internet of things, Denner says. We are not creating technology for its own sake, but developing new business models whose main concern is customer benefit. That is why the main force driving the connectivity trend is collaboration between companies that have never before had business dealings with each other. All of us – industry, retail, service providers, and tradespeople – have to fully comprehend the possibilities. And we have to cultivate a more connected mindset.
Bosch and the internet of things
Bosch is well positioned to meet this challenge. Bosch Software Innovations develops software and system solutions for the internet of things. Its core product is a software suite that delivers the technical underpinnings for the required networks, enabling companies to Page 3 of 4 implement their new business models straight away. The focus is on fields such as connected mobility, connected energy, smart homes, and smart factories.
In addition, Bosch recently founded a separate company dedicated entirely to the internet of things. Bosch Connected Devices and Solutions GmbHoffers the compact electronic products and the software know-how needed to make devices and objects internet-capable in a wide range of application areas. The company will initially concentrate on sensor-based applications for households (smart home) as well as for the transportation, traffic, and logistics segments. Bosch Sensortec is a world leader in micromechanical sensors for the internet of things, with some three million of these tiny components being produced every day at the companys state-of-the-art wafer fab in Reutlingen, Germany.
Bosch has announced that it is to set up a consortium with ABB, Cisco, and LG to develop a joint smart home data standard. What is more, in theMonaco 3.0 pilot project, which kicked off in November 2013, Bosch has been testing the technologies required to digitally interconnect an entire city. As Denner emphasizes: Our broad footprint and technological expertise give us a clear innovative advantage on these projects.
En un proyecto BPM la parte que toca a la reingeniería de procesos es tan o más importante que todo lo que tiene que ver con la ejecución de los mismos por los sistemas. Si la involucración de la Alta Dirección de la empresa es clave en cualquier proyecto IT, en el BPM es crítica. Ruth Cernes, Vicepresidente de Ventas y Alianzas de Bonitasoft, nos explica en este documento cómo deben explicarse a los “C” level (altos directivos) los beneficios del BPM.
En el documento se explica cómo debe explicarse el BPM a los diferentes directivos de una empresa: el Director Ejecutivo (CEO), el Director de Operaciones (COO), el Director de Marketing (CMO), el Director de Finanzas (CFO), el Director de Tecnología (CTO), al Director de IT (CIO) y a otros gerentes superiores.
Es importante hacerles ver que el BPM en una organización permite optimizar el gobierno y la dirección mediante la mejora del rendimiento operativo.
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Innovate 2014, Interneer’s annual gathering of customers and partners is a great opportunity to learn more about Interneer.