Information Technology or Act Technology.
Here's a snippet from the vision statement of a shall-remain-unnamed system integrator (not unlike the other big ones' so you're in good company):
"As business systems integrators, we align our clients’ business processes and information systems to enable them to access the right information at the right time, empowering them to achieve their desired business results and create enterprise value."
This plainly says IT is for information access and delivery while action is left to the organisational hierarchy - the current murky delivery-structure of action / workflows / processes.
Why not use the technology to deliver and structure the activities as well?
Why restrict the technology?
Is it not upon time to use the technology for what it can do, not solely for what it did?
Information is good, action is better.
[Disclaimer: Thingamy is of course AT... ;)]
[Update: Chris suggested in the comments that "Action Technology" rolls better off your tongue, think I agree to that. Ah, and yes, see his result of a search on the phrase quoted above - at least three companies with exact same vision phrase, scary eh?]
[Update 2: Chris did some search and found, hey how cheeky, that quite a few do use the phrase even have their firms named accordingly! Note-note-addendum: Not that they do the same as thingamy though, still application based BPM there...]