The Enterprisers Project

 

 

 

 

Sometimes, such little things can considerably improve the efficiency.
That is what we call an Enterprising moment.

 

 

Ref : https://enterprisersproject.com/

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EnterpriserProject

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

100 % agree of what Lisa Davis, CIO of Georgetown University, explains in the following video about how the role of the CIO is changing.

I take this opportunity to propose you the following thing :

If you are a CIO/CEO of a small/medium/large company based in Belgium or in Luxembourg and are interested to better understand Open source and why it is going to change the business, “YOUR BUSINESS” then feel from to contact me via my LinkedIn Profile[1]

On my side, I would be really interested to better understand your needs, constraints and challenges.

OK, this true that I work for Red Hat[2] but I can guaranty you we will have an objective and neutral conversation.

We will only talk about technology,  Open Source and what you bring to drive your business forward

[1] https://be.linkedin.com/in/fhornain

[2] http://www.redhat.com/en

Kind Regards

Frederic

 

 

Patrtner1

Red Hat Connect for Business Partners contains numerous tools to help our partners succeed in growing their business.

https://twitter.com/RedHatPartners

https://partnercenter.force.com/s/Homepage

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Resources Optimization

Organizations of all sizes and across many industries must orchestrate and plan daily business operations, such as scheduling, vehicle routing, or timetabling. Many organizations must be able to cope with changing and increasing demands on the business with a limited set of resources, and quickly adapt plans when established processes are interrupted by unanticipated resource changes.

Red Hat’s business resource planning technology helps enterprises use limited resources in a more cost effective manner. Applying rules-based technology in conjunction with business resource planning provides a unique and powerful combination that allows for greater scale and adaptability. The planner is included with a subscription to JBoss BRMS at no additional cost. All of the resource planning and business rules management components are included in Red Hat’s business process management offering, JBoss BPM Suite.

Ref :

http://www.redhat.com/en/about/press-releases/red-hat-helps-enterprises-optimize-complex-planning-and-scheduling-challenges-new-business-resource-planner

https://fhornain.wordpress.com/2015/04/14/devoxx-france-2015-optaplanner-session/

http://slides-fhornain.rhcloud.com/#/

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The Death of 2.0

November 7, 2014




“The speed with which strategy and business is changing now us fundamentally changing the way IT needs to and can deliver. I mean, I call it the death of version 2.0. Used to be IT would put in a system, relax for six months, catch their breath, and then start collecting a whole new set of requirements for a version 2.0—spend six months doing that, do planning, ultimately do coding, and three months after the first release is out come out with the second release.


Business doesn’t wait for that anymore. These fundamental large releases, whether it’s taking big, packaged applications and going through revisions or developing massive sets of functionality that are standalone and upgrade over multiyear time frames no longer works. What we’re seeing is successful IT organizations today really focus on rapid prototyping, get something up, get it running, and add to it. That’s what we’re seeing happening in Web 2.0 companies that have developed tremendous technologies like big data. We are seeing enterprise companies doing that by saying departmental pilot or let’s do a very specific thing with one set of customers or one specific function for our customers and then build out functionality from there because demands are changing much too quickly.”

Agree with that.

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Frederic

The Enterprisers Project









The Enterprisers Project[1] is a community built to discuss the evolving role of the CIO and how they can maximize their impact on the business.
The goal of that project is to bring together business-minded IT leaders to discuss how they drive business strategy and inspire enterprise-wide innovation.


The Enterprisers Project is a collaborative effort between CIO magazine, Harvard Business Review, and Red Hat [2].





[1] https://enterprisersproject.com
[2] http://www.redhat.com


Kind Regards
Frederic

Dear all,

I would like to invite you to the next session on Tuesday, October 25th 2012 from 12:00 @ Château de Colonster, 4000 Liege
I will talk about “Open source Business Models”.

N.B. The talk will probably be given in French.
Ref :
ICT – LIEGE CREATIVE
Open source business models – le 25/10 à 12h
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Frederic

Dear all,

I am going to do a presentation about “JBoss Enterprise Workflow/BPM and Rules Solutions” in Belgium in May 2012.
If your company or you are based in BeNeLux and are interested by this presentation, just let me know and I will try to arrange a meeting for you.

Ref : http://www.redhat.com/products/jbossenterprisemiddleware/soa/

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Frederic