BPM Essentials - Best Practices, Navigating the Pitfalls, Key Emerging Trends and the 6 Critical BPM Fundamentals

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Don't miss this candid discussion with Jon Pyke, BPM veteran, Chair of the Workflow Management Coalition (www.wfmc.org), the former Chief Technology Officer for Staffware prior to its acquisition by Tibco and currently the Sr. VP of Technology Strategy at Global 360.

Don't miss this candid discussion with Jon Pyke, BPM veteran, Chair of the Workflow Management Coalition (www.wfmc.org), the former Chief Technology Officer for Staffware prior to its acquisition by Tibco and currently the Sr. VP of Technology Strategy at Global 360. Jon has been a key part of the BPM evolution since the early 1990s, which gives him the unique perspective to discern critical trends from hype and hone in on the key points organizations need to understand about BPM.

Jon will discuss:

  • How to cut through the jargon to discern key differences in “BPM solutions” and how they will impact your business
  • Where BPM is headed and understanding the critical emerging trends that will ensure your BPM solution is future proof
  • Whether “BPM Suites” are buzz, hype, or a legitimate distinction between BPM solutions that your organization needs to know about it
  • What exactly round trip BPM is and if you really need it
  • Maximizing the impact and ROI of BPM

Jon Pyke co-founded and is the Chair of the Workflow Management CoalitionHe is an AiiM Laureate for Workflow – and was awarded the Marvin Manheim award for Excellence in workflow in 2003.Jon was the Chief Technology Officer and a main board director of Staffware Plc from August 1992 until was acquired by Tibco in 2004, and is the Sr. VP of Technology Strategy at Global 360 Inc.
The first 25 registrants who also attend will receive a free copy of “Workflow Handbook 2005” (list price $25) with a forward by Mr. Pyke.Jon has written and published a number of articles on the subject of Office Automation, BPM and Workflow Technology: the British Computer Society’sOfficeAutomation – The Good News, Workflow Report(Cambridge Market Intelligence) andBusiness Process Management(scheduled for publication by Cambridge University Press in the Summer 2005).

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