I will be chairing an all-new BPMS Track at BPMInstitute.org's upcoming BPM Conference in New York City at The Roosevelt Hotel (November 5-6). This track analyzes the latest generation of BPM Suites, and features an extended panel on November 5 in which leading vendors show how their offerings address key topics such as business-IT alignment, agility and time to value, end user experience, and optimizing business performance. We did this in San Francisco and it worked very well. The discussion was lively and open, and I learned things about each product that I didn't know before.As a benefit of my participation, I have secured a limited number of Guest Passes* to attend on November 5, as well as a discounted rate of only $695* to attend both days (November 5-6) of the BPM Conference. I hope you can join us and learn in 1 day what could take months to compile and assess on your own - saving you thousands of dollars and countless hours of research. The complete schedule is available in the Agenda-at-a-Glance
. To request a Guest Pass* and/or register, visit: http://www.bpminstitute.org/events/newyorkcity.html
with Priority Code SILVER, or call BPMInstitute.org with questions at 508-475-0475, x15.
In addition, I will be offering my 2-day course Process Modeling with BPMN at the same location November 6-7. This provides something missing from the latest round of BPMN books: a methodology and best practices to use BPMN effectively. You can't get that from the spec or even a reference to it. Click here for more info.
* Details and restrictions apply - please see the registration page for details.I will be chairing an all-new BPMS Track at BPMInstitute.org's upcoming Business Process Management Conference in New York City (Nov. 5-6). This track analyzes the latest generation of BPM Suites, and features a panel in which leading vendors show how they address key topics such as business-IT alignment and optimizing business performance. As a benefit of my participation, I have secured a limited number of Guest Passes...