ePC launch new website in 10th anniversary year

Written by Richard Adams on Tuesday, 24 June 2014. Posted in Company news

It’s been a long time coming but ePC is excited to launch their new and improved website. The new site, launched to coincide with their 10th birthday, features a clean, uncluttered design with refreshed content and new images.

Surrey-based workflow software and data capture business ePartner Consulting Ltd (‘ePC’) has today launched a new and improved website ahead of their 10th anniversary later this year. The new site features a clean, uncluttered design with refreshed content and new images.

Redesigned to make its content easier to find, visitors will have better access to extensive information about solutions, products and support services to help them understand the businesses’ capabilities.

The website, which was developed in-house on the Joomla 3.0 CMS platform, contains a new case studies section highlighting the solutions it delivers to nearly 200 global clients. Searchable by industry or solution type, visitors can browse case studies from Millennium Hotels, Rentokil Initial, NHS, RAF and more.

The HTML5 and CSS3 compliant website contains full details of their training courses – HP TeleForm User Training, HP TeleForm Form Design, HP Process Automation User Training and HP Process Automation eForm Design plus new training courses - Process Director – Quick Start Implementation and Process Director - Full Training Course.

In addition to a comprehensive FAQ section, visitors can get help in the event of a technical problem with any of its products from a new support section. Other informative features include a products section which showcases recent additions to their portfolio such as Cloud Hosting and eScan.

With the launch of a new website in our 10th anniversary year, ePC is better positioned to communicate the breadth of our services and solutions as we look forward to the next decade

Alan Ingram, Technical Director, ePC

Love hurts

Written by Alan Ingram on Friday, 20 September 2013. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation, Cloud hosting, Webinar

In the final blog of the series, we highlight some of the potential pitfalls that could put a strain on the perfect couple that is BPM and the Cloud.

Say the word compliance to most people and you’ll provoke a groan but one piece of legislation all UK organisations have to adhere to is the EU Data Protection Directive.

Fortunately, most IT systems now provide encryption and security features more than adequate to meet these requirements. Physical access to a server is harder to guarantee though and whilst any server located within the EU will be protected by the hosts own compliance to the Data Protection Directive, if the server is hosted outside the EU, it almost certainly won’t.

The perfect couple

Written by Alan Ingram on Friday, 13 September 2013. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation, Cloud hosting, Webinar

Last week’s post discussed two equally relevant approaches to BPM, highlighted the Cloud and speculated that now might be the perfect time for organisations to review BPM activity and consider the move to a Cloud based platform.

Today, we’re going to investigate why BPM and the cloud make the perfect couple.

The table below shows how your corporate objectives for implementing a BPM solution marry with the features of a Cloud-based approach.

Vaporise your BPM to the cloud

Written by Alan Ingram on Friday, 06 September 2013. Posted in Business Process Management, Workflow automation, Cloud hosting, Webinar

Moving IT services to the cloud has entered the mainstream and become the preferred platform for many forward thinking organisations - but you probably already knew that?

However, did you know that, according to Gartner, 40% of organisations with BPM software initiatives used cloud computing last year to support at least 10% of their processes?

Perhaps now is the perfect time for organisations to review BPM activity and consider the move to a cloud workflow. So much is written about BPM and the cloud, especially the latter in its capacity as the latest technology buzzword, that their actual definitions have become somewhat cloudy!

Let’s take a closer look. Firstly, what is BPM?

Scratching the surface

Scratching the surface

Written by Richard Adams on Friday, 01 March 2013. Posted in Press coverage, PC Pro, Information Technology

This letter was written by Alan Ingram (Technical Director) and published in PC Pro magazine in March 2013 (issue 221, page 10).

I read PC Pro and Jon Honeyball’s columns with interest, but his constant criticism of Microsoft (see issue 220, p70), and his love for Apple, seems inappropriate. Microsoft has made mistakes while pioneering an industry – who can forget the Internet Explorer monopoly debacle – but a decade later, Apple exhibits a much greater control over its own devices.

With the Surface RT, Microsoft has done something bold and unexpected. However, rather than praise or even acknowledge this achievement, Honeyball focuses on the absence of macros and its lack of suitability for power users. It’s designed for home and student users, and they won’t care.

For years Honeyball has been a strong advocate of Microsoft preventing unsigned code on Windows, which wipes out legacy apps in one swoop, but now it’s happened because of a change of processor or architecture – and suddenly Microsoft is being “unfair”.

It isn’t worth waiting for the intel-based Surface Pro, either; it will cost twice as much and lack the benefits of lifestyle tablets.

Let’s hope that macros and desktop apps are included in version two but, for the time being, let’s not be churlish; Microsoft has made a unique device that many people like. It’s certainly worth acknowledging that rather than praising Apple for including the new Lightening connector on its iPhones and iPads.

Read the full letter here.

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