System Integrator Success: Meeting Government customer demands through BPM and SOA

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Join this 60 minute web seminar as we provide the System Integrator community with information about how BPM, Portal, Web 2.0 and SOA technologies can be combined into a powerful solution that helps address critical government challenges.

Don’t miss this webinar if your customers are asking you the following questions:

  1. How can we leverage automation when our processes are not clearly defined?
  2. Why does changing the logic of our application introduce so much risk to my project scope?
  3. Why does it take so long to make changes to our applications?
  4. How can we maintain flexibility while leveraging automation?

This session will help provide answers to these questions and much, much more.

BPMInstitute.org will discuss trends in the Federal Government, and areas where technology has matured. BEA will discuss how BPM has evolved to address collaborative workflow through the combination of SOA, Portal and Web 2.0 technologies.

Lastly we will showcase a BEA solution found across DoD, Civilian and Intelligence Communities.

Presenters:

Tom Dwyer, VP of Research, BrainStorm Group and Editorial Director, BPMInstitute.org
Tom Dwyer is the VP of Research for BrainStorm Group, the Editorial Director of BPMInstitute.org, and Editorial Board Member for SOAInstitute.org and a co-chair of BrainStorm Group's SOAI conference series. He writes, presents and consults on topics that include Service-Oriented Architecture, Business-to-Business, Enterprise Application Integration, and Business Process Management. Mr. Dwyer has conducted primary research and published extensive reports on the Application Software Infrastructure markets.

Before becoming an industry analyst in 1998, Mr. Dwyer spent 28 years in the computer industry in various engineering, marketing, professional services, and sales functions. He was a co-founder and general manager of a new software venture at Xerox that developed and marketed a Business Process Management product. Mr. Dwyer has held senior management positions in marketing and engineering at Wang Laboratories and Prime Computer and has developed and launched more than 15 software products.

John Wylie, BPM Specialist, BEA Systems
John Wylie has over 15 years of leadership and management experience in Information Technology.  John is the Business Process Management Specialist for BEA Federal Systems where he currently is responsible for Business Development, Partner Enablement and Strategic Opportunity focus for partners and customers interested in Business Process Management.

Mr. Wylie joined BEA through the acquisition of Fuego in March 2006 where he served as the Director of Federal Sales. Mr. Wylie brings to BEA over 8 years of experience in the Business Process Management market. He has helped organizations like the Department of Defense, DHS, NSA, NGA, and the US Department of Patent and Trademarks select, deploy and manage their Business Process Management solutions. Mr. Wylie’s expertise is leveraged to help BEA address the growing demand for BPM in the Federal and System Integrator markets.

Linus Chow, Principal Systems Engineer, BEA Systems, Inc.
Linus Chow is a Principal Systems Engineer for BEA systems. He has over 14 years of leadership and management experience in information technology internationally with over 8 years in workflow, BPM, and SOA. He has played crucial roles in expanding the growth of BPM and workflow adoption first in the US and then internationally from Australia to Switzerland. Currently, Linus leads the adoption of BPM/SOA solutions for BEA Public Sector customers. He is a published author and an active speaker on the Best Practices of BPM and SOA frequently engaging with BrainStorm, WfMC, BPMI, IQPC, AIIM, and other industry organizations. A decorated former US Army Officer, Linus has an MBA, a MS in Management Information Systems, and BS in Mathematics.

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