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Selection Criteria for BPM Solutions 06-04

While they sound the same on the surface, BPM software solutions don't all do the same thing. Each offering is optimized for a specific set of processes, integration requirements, human interface requirements, exception handling requirements, and performance management requirements, and each makes specific assumptions about the roles and required skills of process designers. Using illustrations from leading BPM offerings, this talk shows how to find the software that fits your particular needs.

The Current State of BPM Technology: A Taxonomy and Strategy

The Business Value of Process Standards

Companies of all sizes can benefit from effective business process management. Emerging BPM standards are designed to improve relationships between customers and suppliers, to identify new opportunities for organization growth and to turn value chain choreography into a competitive advantage. This presentation will cover:

How to Automate Business Processes On Demand

Also Featuring: Rajiv Bawa, Business Area Executive, Software as a Service IBM Global Small and Medium Business Those four little words, "Quick Return on Investment", can now be music to your ears. Hear from the experts at IBM and Nsite about how the Software as a Service model is taking off and providing companies with a much faster, more cost-effective and more flexible solution with less risk.

BPM Standards Update

ASAP is a web services protocol that can be used to access a generic service that might take a long time to complete - for example services that last from minutes to months in duration. The service being invoked might be fully automated, a manual task that a person performs, or any mixture of the two. This capability to handle both automated and manual activities is what makes ASAP particularly suited for B2B and intra-organizational service request scenarios.

Ask The Experts with Tom Davenport

Round Table particpants asked Tom their most pressing process questions in this Round Table "Ask The Experts with Tom Davenport". Tom is the Renowned Author and Professor, Institute for Process Management at Babson College.

Solving the Enterprise Information Integration Puzzle

There are multiple types of integration problems. Information integration problems pertain to the class of problems where users need access to disparate data through the lens of the needs of business. This session will discuss a methodology and a case study of an approach toward information integration by associating common business vernacular with key pieces of data and processes.

Content Management's Role in BPM

In an effort to simplify their IT architectures and optimize systems company-wide, many businesses are standardizing on a single content- management platform for document management, Web-content management, imaging, intranet publishing, and E-mail management. Such a move requires that companies carefully consider the ways in which they organize information and how employees use documents.

BPM Hits the Boardroom

Round Table particpants asked William Ulrich their most pressing questions in this Round Table "BPM Hits The Boardroom". Paul Harmon discusses "The Process Centric Company" and Bruce Silver discusses "BPM 2.0: Process without Programming". The Round Table closed with Q&A from audience. AGENDA & PARTICIPANTS