by Patrick Cloutier, May, 2016. Introduction Tableau and Spotfire are both great visualization tools. We will work through creating a set of visualizations combined into one dashboard using both these tools. This will showcase the similarities between both products, but it should be noted that the deeper you dive into the products (the more specific demands you have of the product) the more the differences will be apparent. We will work with data from opendata and the Fraser Institute to create the dashboards. The idea is to take school data for Calgary and create a simple list showing the types of schools and the quantity […]
by Jose Herrera, December 16th, 2015. Business Process Management (BPM) can be described as a discipline that implements capabilities to manage complex process workflows, where coordination of the different elements that constitute a business process is required: human resources, documents, databases and internal / external information systems. It generally has high durability, from minutes to months; and high state management requirements, while implementing persistence of the state of each one of its activities.
by Jose Herrera, July 29th, 2014. For the second installment of this month’s blog series on Competency Centres, Enabling Governance as the First Stage of an Integration Strategy, we’d like to touch on further key components of Competency Centres and what makes them successful in implementation. As a preface for this post, it may
by Jose Herrera, July 22nd, 2014. As outlined in a previous Groundswell blog post, we identified how organizations continue to adopt technology to accomplish their daily processes; while enabling employees to perform tasks successfully, and effortlessly. We also identified how modern integration technologies allow the seamless addition or decommission