Business Process Management: Aligning IT Execution With Business Goals

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Business Process Management improves business and IT alignment by converting business requirements into IT implementations. Join us in this webinar to learn about new trends in Business Process Management and how you can benefit from business process integration. You'll also learn how to model and compose portable business processes on top of heterogeneous applications using Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) with Oracle BPEL Process Manager and Popkin software.

Business Process Management improves business and IT alignment by converting business requirements into IT implementations. Join us in this webinar to learn about new trends in Business Process Management and how you can benefit from business process integration. You'll also learn how to model and compose portable business processes on top of heterogeneous applications using Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) with Oracle BPEL Process Manager and Popkin software. Attend the webinar to:

  • Learn from Forrester Research about market trends in business process management
  • Learn how to compose business processes with Oracle BPEL Process Manager
  • Learn how to graphically model business processes and convert them into IT implementations

Ken Vollmer is a principal analyst in Forrester's Application Development & Infrastructure research group, covering trends, issues, and strategies related to all forms of integration, including business process management (BPM), enterprise application integration (EAI), B2B integration (B2Bi), and electronic data interchange (EDI). Ken has assisted hundreds of clients in North America and Europe with their integration projects, drawing upon his knowledge of emerging trends and many years of practical experience in implementing a wide range of business solutions.

Alan Gibson has extensive experience in Enterprise Architecture implementations specifially, Business Process modeling and Business Process Re-Engineering utilizing the BPMN methodology . He has assisted with several implementations including the Business Management Modernization Program (BMMP) for the Department of Defense, US Navy, Argon National Laboratories etc. He has recently authored whitepaper "Mapping BPMN to the Department of Defense Architecture Framework" and is leading the work within the TOGAF forum on Architecture Model and Information Management.

Dave Shaffer is Director of Product Management at Oracle for the Oracle BPEL Process Manager. Previously, he has held senior technical and management roles over the last 15 years at companies including Collaxa, Apple Computer, NeXT Software and Integrated Computer Solutions. Dave was also a Computer Science faculty member at the University of Vermont.

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