Yesterday I got the "lowdown" on how Thingamy
, which Sigurd Rinde
describes as a "Work Processor", has just been connected to ESME
, the microsharing and collaboration platform. I believe the combination is a big step forward for Sig's solution, as well as representing one of several approaches that signpost the direction of enterprise 2.0, or enterprise collaboration for 2010. It's all about linking collaboration to process.
First let me disclose that, although we don't have a contractual relationship, we're big fans of Thingamy, we've been playing around with the product for years, and we're on the look out to help and support Sig to find potential clients here in the UK. Although the basic concept of Thingamy remains the same, the user interface and way you use and deploy the product have steadily improved over time making the product much easier to grasp than when we first met Sig back at the start of 2006.
So what is Thingamy? It's a product that addresses all of the things that any organisation does which are NOT handled by their conventional business process based systems. Sig calls these Easily Repeatable . ...