Entries by Rob Speck

Quogent Hiring Technical Experts on K2

Quogent, a Hyperautomation technology company that specializes in business application development, is seeking a Software Applications Developer to join our growing team. The preferred candidate is based in the Phoenix area and is passionate about helping clients drive their business applications internally and in the marketplace. We are open to exploring candidates outside of Arizona […]

Quogent adding new senior technology consultant roles

QUOGENT SR. TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANT USA About Quogent: Quogent uses modern, best-in-class business application development tools to bring business applications live in unprecedented time-frames.  Our approach for ensuring alignment of process automation capabilities with intended business objectives ensures our customers achieve their vision. As a team, Quogent seeks the possibility of each situation.  As professionals at Quogent, we […]

Bringing Data and Process Together

[Interview from 2014] In PEX Network’s latest survey on technology investment plans of process professionals, Big Data and analytics has emerged as the number one investment area in the year ahead. How do data and process fit together? Rob Speck, Vice President, Global Services, at BPM software provider K2 weighs in. http://www.processexcellencenetwork.com/business-process-management-bpm/interviews/bringing-data-and-process-together-the-future-of-p

Process Performance, Complexity and How I Learned to Stop Hating Traffic Lights

Measurement and Action – how do we improve performance through a cycle of measurement and action? Measuring performance of operations is one of the most challenging of all management disciplines.  Financial performance tends to draw the most attention with investors and management having stakes that are dependent on the cash flow, income statement and balance […]

Make It Work

I’m old enough to have been on the leading edge of personal computing technology.  At eighteen years old, I sold my beloved drum kit to buy one of the first IBM PC computers; no hard drive, just two floppy drives, one for the program and one for data.  I was obsessed with specifications and design; […]

Creating Your Own Reality

On my white board sits a list of topics that are near and dear to my heart; topics that I think about often and want to espouse, pontificate and illuminate.  Most often, I think I have original ideas on these subjects and while I don’t feel I have the time to get it all out […]