‘The Future of BPM’ Online Conference to Feature Experts From IBM, Oracle, Metastorm and Progress Software

Over 1,000 Enterprise Architects & Process Professionals Expected at June 29 BPM-CON Event

‘The Future of BPM,’ an online conference for Business Process Management, will be held June 29, 2010 and is expected to attract some 1,000 IT executives and business managers. BPM and Enterprise Architecture (EA) experts from IBM, Oracle, Metastorm and Progress Software are scheduled to present. The ‘Future of BPM’ is the third in the successful BPM-CON online conferences produced by Integration Developer News (IDN, www.idevnews.com ).

The BPM series, designed for both IT and business decision-makers, will present a wide range of content including overviews of BPM technologies, detailed BPM case studies, and proven best practices for utilizing BPM to boost efficiency to reduce errors and waste, improve customer service and find new revenues.

“IDN events are designed to show IT and business executives how they can use BPM to solve the challenges they’re facing today and how to coordinate business and IT for future benefits,” said IDN Publisher Tom Donoghue. “That’s why the BPM events attract a mix of IT architects, business analysts, consultants and line-of-business managers.”

‘The Future of BPM’ agenda will highlight the following topics:

--  How to use BPM / EA to eliminate departmental silos
--  Ways to improve access & accuracy of data
--  Steps to uncover hidden 'cost centers' and 'revenue traps' that drain
--  Proven Best Practices to rapidly respond to changing policies &
--  Options for using BPM in the Cloud -- that are quick, scalable and

‘The Future of BPM’ presenters are:

--  IBM - Dr. Angel Diaz, Vice President, BPM and Connectivity
--  Oracle - Dan Tortorici, Director, Oracle BPM Products
--  Metastorm - Kevin Haugh, Vice President Product Marketing and
--  Progress Software - Dr. M.A. Ketabchi, Vice President, Strategy
    (founder of Savvion)

To register for June 29th ‘The Future of BPM’ online event at no charge, visit http://tinyurl.com/bpmcon3pr .

SOURCE: Integration Developer News


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