BPM Results and Key Success Factors

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BPM can deliver levels of transparency, productivity and accountability across your business. To achieve this, you must start with understanding the actionable, practical and proven steps for process improvement success. People usually focus on individual projects when implementing BPM versus considering the entire enterprise.

BPM can deliver levels of transparency, productivity and accountability across your business. To achieve this, you must start with understanding the actionable, practical and proven steps for process improvement success.

People usually focus on individual projects when implementing BPM versus considering the entire enterprise. Focusing on the enterprise ensures assets can be leveraged outside of a single project.

The technologies, methodologies for adoption and real-world best practices from successful companies discussed in this workshop will leave you with a formula for BPM success to start the transformation at your company.


Michael Lim, Regional Sales Manager, OpenText Metastorm

As a recognized expert in Business Process Management, Michael provided coaching and mentoring services around process improvement initiatives for several fortune 100 companies.  His range of experience in leading BPMS implementations within government, FSI, and Telecommunications has helped develop a library of best practice in deploying successful process projects.  Additional, Michael delivered product strategy consulting services for several BPMS vendors and is an educator of business process for BPMInstitute.org. Currently, Michael is a Regional Sales Manager at Metastorm.  He advises customers and partners on developing a successful Metastorm implementation and implementation practice.

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