TomDebevoise.com, is a weblog dedicated to the next wave of process modeling, processing modeling 2.0.
Please note that these posts are the opinions and ideas of Tom Debevoise and not necessarily the opinions and ideas of my employer, clients, and coauthors.
I am still deeply committed to helping organizations get the value they need from their IT investments: by focusing on solutions.
When you truly look at your needs, you can cut away much of the past blockages of the group and move to the environment you need – one that serves and protects. What I am driving to with Process, Rules and Intelligence (PRI) is a focus on the core mission of the IT organization through the next generation of process modeling.
In the past procress modeling was a requirements process. The technical componentents would be built by software experts, a company’s IT group. In process modeling 2.0 the business analyst should collect, control and leverage processes, decisions and data on every needed layer to benefit the customer, manager, trading partner.
I am now a Senior Vice President at Innovations Software Technology Corp., a independent subsidiary of the Robert Bosch Group.
During my tenure at Business Knowledge Architects (BKA), I served in a variety of operational and strategic roles encompassing consulting, engineering, finance, and general operations. Throughout my career I developed, championed and implemented methodology in government and at a variety of Global 1000 corporations.
Prior to BKA, I was a technical manager with Oracle Government Consulting, specializing in enterprise integration initiatives for Oracle Financials. Mr. Debevoise was the Business leader of Oracle’s Government Financials business, where his team grew a start-up business to a $50M service line, one of the fastest growing and successful endeavors within Oracle.
I started my career as a Professional Engineer, where I performed a wide variety of jobs, from design engineer to public works and infrastructure planning.
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