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Anne Stuart’s BPM in Action

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BPM in Action, Day 2: Real-Life BPM, Today and Tomorrow

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Day One of the ebizQ's "BPM in Action" Virtual Conference was a cavalcade of useful information, for those just getting started with BPM, and for those seeking to use BPM to take their enterprises to the next level. If you missed any of it, or want to share it with colleagues who missed it, replays will be available online here on Thursday.

Day Two will build upon the momentum, with a special focus on real-life user experiences. You can learn how Babcock and Wilcox, market-leading provider of power generation systems, is using BPM to power more sales and productivity. You can see how Preferred Meal Systems, a provider of innovative solutions for feeding everyone from children to seniors, everywhere from airlines to the military - is using BPM to feed its needs for "future-proof" ERP and enterprise agility. And you can enjoy ebizQ analyst Beth Gold-Bernstein's attempts to ride heard on some of the most interesting thinkers about BPM on the planet today, in my admittedly biased opinion.

The agenda's here. Check it out, and don't miss a bit of Day Two - live, in replay, or both. And let me know what you think and thought about the BPM in Action Virtual Conference. More later.

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Business process management and optimization -- philosophies, policies, practices, and punditry.

Anne Stuart

I am the editor of ebizQ.

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