We're one week away from the BPM in Action Virtual Conference here on ebizQ and you have a selection of events to choose from in addition to "walking the show floor."
I'll be moderating a Live Panel of BPM experts at Noon ET on Wednesday June 24 and if you sign up now, you can also get a question in for us to answer (last step in the registration process or just send it to me direct at email@example.com). Us includes Derek Miers of BPM-Focus, Mike Lees of Software Ag, Keith Swenson of Fujitsu and Dr. M.A. Ketabchi of Savvion as well as myself.
The key message we want to concentrate on in these tough economic times is how BPM can help you in
"... choosing the situational BPM applications that can provide the fastest return on investment."
This is not going to be about technology or theory but a chance to disucss real-life situations where your peers are reaping benefits already because they have adopted the BPM value proposition.
Things you might be interested in include:
- To what extent can process templates/solution frameworks be used?
- Should I start BPM inside the fire wall or across user supply chains?
- Is there a place in the typical organization where the BPM solution comes up most quickly and provides benefits in the shortest timeframe?
- Is it a matter of the function of the department or the roles of the people in the department that makes the difference in where the BPM solution can be up and performing most effectively?
But don't depend on us to think of what you might be most interested in. Send in your questions now and listen in on June 24 at noon ET (the Live Panel will also be available on ebizQ for listening after the event; but then it will be too late to take your questions).
-- Dennis Byron