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Anne Stuart’s BPM in Action

Anne Stuart

Quick dispatch from the Gartner BPM Summit

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There's a lot of excitement surrounding Gartner's BPM Summit in Baltimore, and not just because of reports of a tornado nearby last night.

People here seem genuinely pumped about the promise that BPM holds for their projects, their organizations and, in many cases, their own careers.

I'll be blogging and writing articles soon about what's gotten people talking this week, including expert insights, recommendations and predictions (about process trends, not about the ominous weather). Meanwhile, here are a few quick attendance numbers to illustrate the level of interest in all things BPM:

--Number of attendees: 840+
--Countries represented: 27
--U.S. states represented: 38
--Percentage of attendees from very large enterprises: 43%
--Number of attendees from Global 500 companies; 72
--Top five industries represented: Government (43%), financial services (21%), manufacturing (13%), services (12 %), health care (9%).
--Attendee business/IT breakdown: 60% IT; 40% business

It's quite a crowd. I'm off to another keynote session. Much more to come!

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