At IBM Impact 2013 in Las Vegas last week, I had the opportunity to sit down for an interview with Scott Francis, Chief Technical Officer for IBM Business Partner BP3.
BP3 positions itself as a leader in the business process management space, asserting that it has "more experience deploying BPM solutions throughout the Fortune 500 than any other firm."
Scott has been key to that success, having served as the Chief Architect and Director of Technical Services for Lombardi Software in Austin, Texas, prior to its acquisition by IBM. At Lombardi, Scott led or oversaw over 100 BPM deployments and was credited with growing the delivery team there over tenfold during his tenture.
Prior to Lombardi, Scott was a member of the senior management and technical staff at Trilogy Software, where he led solution engineering, consulting, and product development teams through some of their most challenging projects over seven years, culminating in major business relationships with Fortune 500 companies.
Scott is an active contributor to the BP3 Blog, and the OMG OCEB BPM Certifications. He also organized bpmCamp 2010, and has been a speaker at Lombardi Driven and IBM Impact conferences nearly every year. S
We chatted about a range of topics relevant to the BPM space, including most notably BP3′s accelerating focus on incorporating the mobile opportunity into BPM via BP3′s mobility framework.