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2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000
  • Action and Lubrizol win GIGA/WfMC Global Excellence Award, North American Region.
  • Action launches eBRM2000 3.0 for professional service firms (Matrix for the 21st century).
  • Action granted patent 6,073,109 for a computerized method and system for managing business processes using linked workflows.
  • Action granted patent 6,058,413 for a method and apparatus which is used to enable application developers to generate workflow enabled applications.
  • Action ships ActionWorks Metro 5.1.
1999 1998 1997 1996
  • Baylor Health Care System selects Metro and Netscape servers and browsers for web-based business process management applications.
  • Sandia National Labs selects Metro and Netscape servers and browsers for web-based business process management applications.
  • Action ships ActionWorkflow® Enterprise Series 3.0.
  • Action signs OEM agreement with Cincom.
  • Action launches TeamAction Metro Reseller Program.
1995
  • Action ships ActionWorks Metro, "world's first business process management solution for the Internet."
  • Action partners with PeopleSoft and Minolta.
  • Action signs OEM agreements with Saros and PC DOCS.
1994
  • Action ships ActionWorkflow Manager for Lotus Notes, version 1.5.
  • Action ships ActionWorkflow System for Microsoft NT,
  • Action ships ActionWorkflow Analyst first desktop business process modeling software.
1993
  • Action ships complete family of ActionWorkflow products.
  • Action granted patent 5,208,748 for a method and apparatus for structuring and managing human communications by explicitly defining the types of communications permitted between participants.
  • Action co-founds Workflow Management Coalition (WfMC).
1983 to 1992
  • Action announces ActionWorkflow products.
  • MHS sold to Novell, Inc., Coordinator sold to Da Vinci.
  • First license to IBM for early work management technology.
  • Action and Novell team to deliver MHS (Mail Handling System); NetWare MHS ships.
  • Action ships first version of Coordinator.
  • Action Technologies founded by Fernando Flores, Ph.D.(UC Berkeley), and Terry Winograd, Ph.D. (Stanford), co-authors of Understanding Computers and Cognition.



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ActionWorks, the Action Technologies business process analysis and redesign methodology, and the Business Interaction Model are protected under US Patents 6,073,109; 6,058,413; 5,734,837; 5,630,069; and 5,208,748