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BPM in Action: A Virtual Conference Focused on Accelerating the Business Value of BPM
Business process management (BPM) is hitting its stride in 2010. Many enterprises who are investing in BPM are experiencing significant improvements in business operations, agility and overall business performance. The 5th annual "BPM in Action" virtual conference addresses the most cutting-edge market developments in BPM and several related technologies that are converging with BPM to accelerate the business value that can be realized.
Don't miss LIVE on June 23 as experts share valuable insights around:
- Leveraging Web 2.0 enabled or “social BPM” to extend current BPM implementations for maximal value
- How event processing, business rules & operational analytics work with BPM to provide for smarter, simpler and more agile processes
- Using BPM to help manage the migration to cloud computing as business processes span between cloud computing-delivered platforms and the enterprise
- How event-driven sense & response systems work with BPM to significantly increase business value
- And more
SpeakersK. Mani Chandy Professor of Computer Science, California Institute of Technology
K. Mani Chandy focuses his research on distributed systems, event processing, and performance analysis with an emphasis on smart systems and sense & response systems. He is the Simon Ramo Professor at the California Institute of Technology has received numerous awards including the CMG Michelson Award, the IEEE Kobayashi award, the Babbage Award and several teaching awards for his expertise in enterprise architecture.Clay Richardson Senior Analyst - Forrester Research
Clay serves Business Process & Applications professionals and is a leading expert on business process management software, services, and methodologies. Clay delivers strategic guidance to Business Process & Applications professionals seeking to improve collaborative and operational business processes. Clay specifically helps enterprises establish BPM strategies, governance standards, and BPM centers of excellence.James Taylor CEO of Decision Management Solutions
James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, is the leading expert in decision management and a passionate advocate of decisioning technologies—business rules, predictive analytics and data mining. James helps companies develop smarter and more agile processes and systems. He has led decision management efforts for companies in insurance, banking, health management and telecommunications. James is a regular keynote speaker, trainer and co-author with Neil Raden of Smart (Enough) Systems.David Linthicum CTO, Bick Group
David Linthicum is the current CTO of Bick Group and has been the CTO or CEO of several successful software companies over the course of his career. As a cloud computing and SOA expert, Dave is a sought-after writer, speaker, and consultant on topics concerning distributed computing such as EAI, B2B application integration, and SOA methods and technologies.Elise Olding Research Director, Gartner
Elise Olding brings more than 20 years of experience working in the areas of business, process, systems and change management. With her extensive executive interface and strategic planning experience, she provides the insights and tactics to ensure that clients' BPM initiative goals are achieved. Ms. Olding’s experience includes roles in many industries such as apparel, manufacturing, retail, financial services and high tech. Prior to joining Gartner, she worked at Safeway as the director of IT Strategic Planning, and prior to that she was the leader of the Transformation Services organization. At Charles Schwab, she was the VP of Finance Strategic Consulting. Furthermore, she spent 12 years at Levi Strauss and Co., where she held a number of positions including IT auditor, systems analyst, and IT testing manager, as well as strategic consultant, in which she was responsible for two business process re-engineering teams.