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Peter Schooff

Peter Schooff is a former contributing editor and managing editor at ebizQ. He also managed the ebizQ Forum for several years.
http://www.ebizq.net/



Miko Matsumura

Miko Matsumura, Vice President, Deputy CTO for Software AG
As Vice President and Deputy Chief Technology Officer at Software AG, Miko Matsumura is responsible for the technology strategy of the company. He holds 12 years of experience in Enterprise Software and Middleware technologies. Prior to his current role, Matsumura served as vice president of SOA product marketing at webMethods and vice president of worldwide marketing at Infravio. He emerged as an industry thought leader while at The Middleware Company.
http://www.soacenter.com



Francis Carden

Francis Carden, Founder and Chief Evangelist, OpenSpan, Inc.
With more than 20 years of experience in running multinational technology companies, Francis has a track record of delivering successful technology solutions to thousands of clients in more than 30 countries. As founder and CEO of Pixel Innovations Ltd, Francis specialized in software integration services, partnering with organizations like IBM, Sun and Microsoft to offer his customers industry-leading solutions. Since the sale of his company in 2001, Francis has been an active investor in technology companies in the US. In 2005, Francis was lured back to the front lines by the opportunity to join the executive leadership team at OpenSpan.
http://www.openspan.com/



Brian Gentile

Brian Gentile, President and CEO of Jaspersoft
Brian brings to JasperSoft a 22-year track record of success in helping to build and lead prominent technology companies’ product and go-to-market strategies. Mr. Gentile’s professional affiliations include nearly seven years as a Public Governor on the board of the Pacific Stock & Options Exchange (now owned by the New York Stock Exchange) and he continues to serve as a public member of the NYSE’s Ethics and Business Conduct Committee. Read Brian's blog The Open Book on BI.
http://www.jaspersoft.com/



Ross Mason

Ross Mason is the CTO and founder of MuleSoft Inc, an open source company that develops Application Integration and Service Infrastructure software for the masses. MuleSoft provides the leading open source ESB and recently released an enterprise Apache Tomcat product called Tcat Server. Frustrated by integration "donkey work" and the lack of innovation in the EAI space, Ross set out to create a new platform that emphasized ease of development and re-use of components. He started the Mule project in 2003 to bring a modern approach, one of assembly, rather than repetitive coding, to developers worldwide.
Prior to founding MuleSoft, Ross Mason was CEO of SymphonySoft, an EU-based company providing services and support for large-scale integration projects.

Ross has a keen interest in product strategy, open source trends and emerging technologies. Read Ross' blog and follow him on Twitter.
http://www.mulesoft.com/



K. Scott Morrison

K. Scott Morrison is the Chief Architect at Layer 7 Technologies
K. Scott Morrison works to scale, simplify and secure Web applications for Layer 7 Technologies. He has extensive IT and scientific experience in a number of industries was previously Director of Technology at Infowave Software. He has also held senior architect positions at IBM. Scott has spoken at 70 conferences around the world, and has published over 40 book chapters, magazine articles, and papers in medical, physics, and engineering journals, including ComputerWorld, ZDNet, Web Services Unleashed, Professional JMS, Ajax World Magazine, SOA World Magazine, Communications News, DM Review, and the Business Integration Journal.
http://www.layer7tech.com/home.html



Jim Sherburne

Jim Sherburne is currently Managing Partner of the GMA Group, a marketing consultancy specializing in working with the IT industry. He has 20+ years experience in the creation and execution of all aspects of global marketing, business development and international sales strategies for enterprise software products.

He has a broad range of technology expertise, extending most recently from the practical business applications of SOA and virtualization technologies to network infrastructure tools and application servers. He is generally recognized as an expert on all aspects of developer markets.
http://www.james-sherburne.blogspot.com



John Michelsen

John Michelsen, Chief Architect & Co-Founder, iTKO
John has over fifteen years of experience as a technical leader at all organization levels, designing, developing, and managing large-scale, object-oriented solutions in traditional and network architectures. He is the chief architect of iTKO's LISA automated testing product and a leading industry advocate for software quality. Before forming iTKO, Michelsen was Director of Development at Trilogy Inc., and VP of Development at AGENCY.COM. He has been titled Chief Technical Architect at companies like Raima, Sabre, and Xerox while performing as a consultant.
http://www.itko.com/



Anthony Gold

Anthony Gold, President of Open Solutions Alliance
Anthony is an internationally recognized thought-leader and strategist on leveraging the Web 2.0 world of mass collaboration to solve compelling business and social challenges. He created and grew the Unisys Open Source business to over $200 million in just under three years and was subsequently named as one of the “top business leaders who matter the most in 2008? by LinuxWorld magazine. His blog on executive leadership and open source/Web 2.0 is syndicated by many news agencies.
Read Anthony's blog right here!
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/anthonygold
http://opensolutionsalliance.org/osa/index.html



Greg Carter

Greg Carter, Chief Technology Officer and Executive Vice President of Product Development of Metastorm
Greg leads Metastorm's research and development group and is responsible for setting the company's technology and architecture vision. In addition, he oversees the development and rollout of software and industry solutions to meet market needs. In this role, Greg works closely with customers, industry influencers, and the product team to ensure that Metastorm remains the market leader in business process management, enterprise architecture, and integration solution innovation.
http://www.metastorm.com/



Jon Pyke

Jon Pyke is the founder and CEO of CIMtrek. Jon has over 30 years experience in the field of software engineering and product development. During his career he has worked for a number of major software and hardware companies as well as user organizations. Jon is one of the most influential figures in the Business Process Management (BPM) sector.
http://www.cimtrek.com/wp/



Elissa Fink

Elissa Fink, VP, Marketing, Tableau Software
With 20+ years helping companies improve marketing operations through applied data analysis, Elissa has held executive positions in marketing, business strategy, product management, and product development. Previously, Elissa was EVP Marketing at IXI Corporation, a firm specializing in marketing information. She has also served in executive positions at Tele Atlas and TopTier Software. Elissa holds a B.A. from Santa Clara University and an MBA in Marketing and Decision Systems from the University of Southern California.
http://www.tableausoftware.com/



Tarak Modi

Tarak is a results-oriented, seasoned business leader, a skilled enterprise architect, and an independent consultant with over 14 years of proven experience solving business problems by aligning business with IT. His diverse professional experience is supported by a sound educational foundation that includes many industry-recognized certifications (PMP, CISSP, ITIL, TOGAF, Network+, and J2EE). A recognized thought leader in Enterprise Architecture, Tarak has co-authored a book, Professional Java Web Services, and written over 70 articles in commercial software development magazines.

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Linked In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/tarakmodi
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Blog: Enterprise Architecture in Action
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Avigdor Luttinger

Avigdor Luttinger leads Magic Software's industry analyst relations program. He is one of the founders of the company. Avigdor headed software development during Magic Software’s initial creation and then launched the company’s international distribution. He has worked as a consultant to several enterprise software vendors, including iXOS, Open Market, and Vignette.

Avigdor holds an MBA from INSEAD in France and an M.S. in computer sciences from the University of Lyon.
http://www.magicsoftware.com/



Jacob Ukelson

Jacob received his Doctorate of Science in computer science from the Technion University in Israel. Jacob has been published in many technical journals and has spoken at conferences worldwide.
http://ukelson.wordpress.com



Kelly Emo

Kelly Emo, SOA Product Marketing Manager, HP Software
Kelly Emo manages HP SOA Product Marketing with lengthy experience in product management, business development and marketing. She started in HP product management for distributed computing, systems management and application development. Prior to HP, Kelly joined Jamcracker, SaaS startup, as Director Business Development and Marketing. Kelly also worked at BEA Systems, launching AquaLogic Service Bus as Director Integration Product Marketing. Kelly has a B.S. CS -- Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and an M.B.A. -- University Santa Clara. Kelly also has a blog, Making Sense of SOA.
http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/prodserv/software.html



Joel York

Joel York, CMO, Xignite
Joel York has more than 15 years of experience bringing software and software-as-a-service (SaaS) products to market. He has provided SaaS strategy and marketing consulting services to many rapidly growing Web 2.0 companies. He shares his expertise on SaaS, cloud computing and Web 2.0 business strategy on his blog at www.chaotic-flow.com
http://www.xignite.com/



Shreekanth Joshi

Shreekanth Joshi, Associate Vice President, Practice Head for SaaS and Cloud, Persistent
Shreekanth has over 12 years experience in the Software industry, and mainly responsible for establishing the SaaS practice at Persistent. As the Associate Vice President at Persistent he is responsible for driving the Software as a Service (SaaS) program and executing projects in the SaaS area, providing consulting to all existing and new ISV customers of Persistent in their efforts to migrate to SaaS and Cloud Computing. Shreekanth earned his Bachelor’s in Engineering from Pune University and Masters from the Michigan University.
http://www.persistentsys.com/Default.aspx



Scott Cleveland

Scott Cleveland is a technical, innovative and creative marketing manager with more than 25 years of experience in marketing, marketing management, sales, sales management and business process consulting aimed at high-tech companies. His areas of expertise include: product marketing, solutions marketing, solution selling, sales maangement, business process management, business process improvement and process optimization. Reach him at RScottCleveland[at]gmail.com.
http://www.ebizq.net/blogs/bpm_business



John Power

John Power is the founder and Managing Director of Risaris Limited. With over 25 years experience in the software industry, John has delivered projects to Software AG, Delta Airlines, Boston University and Morgan Stanley. John has been a driving force behind the development of the SOA gateway technology which allows organizations to maximize the value of their existing IT assets and integrate their IT assets in minutes instead of weeks or months.
http://www.risaris.com/



Michael T. Rowley

Michael T. Rowley, Ph.D. is the CTO of Active Endpoints, Inc. He is involved in the design and architecture of the ActiveVOS visual orchestration system while also sitting on the OASIS Technical Committees that are standardizing BPEL4People, WS-HumanTask and Service Component Architecture (SCA). Read the ActiveVOS blog here. Before joining Active Endpoints, Michael was a Director of Technology at BEA Systems, where he was involved with products and standards related to BPM. Michael received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from UCLA in 1994.
http://www.activevos.com



Dr. Mukund Deshpande

Dr. Mukund Deshpande – Senior Architect, Business Intelligence Competency Center, Persistent Systems
Dr. Mukund Deshpande is responsible for building business intelligence (BI) expertise and providing consultancy to projects within the company on data warehouse design, ETL design and analytics. Mukund has over 8 yrs of industry experience. Prior to working with Persistent, Mukund worked with Oracle Corporation, USA for almost 4 years in its supply chain planning and scheduling group (2003–2007). At Oracle, he was involved in developing heuristic driven algorithms for problems in the supply chain domain, focusing on performance and flexibility.
http://www.persistentsys.com/



Vishal Kapur

Vishal Kapur, Technology Integration/Federal Practice, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Vishal is a Senior Manager with over ten years of experience in the Deloitte Consulting Technology Integration Practice. His experiences include providing a variety of IT consulting services in a wide array of industries including Manufacturing, Consumer Business, Utilities, Public Sector and HealthCare. He has led large consulting engagements in advisory and execution capacities with Fortune 500 companies focused on large scale technology enabled business transformations utilizing BPM, SOA and Enterprise Architecture disciplines.
http://www.deloitte.com



Sandip Gupta

Sandip Gupta, President, Netmagic Solutions
Sandip Gupta is the President of Netmagic Solutions. Prior to Netmagic, he was President and CEO of Ensim - a provider of hosting automation solutions to 200+ service providers around the world. Sandip holds an MBA from the Stern School of Business at New York University and a Bachelor's degree with Honors in Mechanical Engineering from the MN National Institute of Technology, Allahabad, India.
http://us.netmagicsolutions.com/



Dyke Hensen

Dyke Hensen, CMO of Pivotlink
Dyke Hensen has 20 years of BI software expertise. Prior to PivotLink, Hensen worked at SPSS, Hyperion Solutions, and Arbor Software. As SVP of marketing at SPSS, Hensen's team created the predictive analytics category by combining traditional BI with advanced discovery, predictive modeling, and data mining. Hensen also held management positions at Arbor Software, a company that created the "OLAP" market segment. (Arbor Software merged with Hyperion and was sold to Oracle). After, Hensen was promoted to chief product officer at Hyperion, responsible for product development and product marketing.
http://www.pivotlink.com/



Dr. Setrag Khoshafian

Dr. Setrag Khoshafian, Vice President and CTO of BPM Technology at Pegasystems
Dr. Khoshafian is one of the earliest pioneers and recognized experts in BPM. He is the strategic BPM technology leader at Pega and is involved in numerous technology, marketing, alliance, and customer initiatives, as well as being a noted expert on SOA, object-orientation, and database technologies. He is the lead author of nine books as well as numerous business and technical articles and holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
http://www.pega.com/



Scott Francis

Scott Francis, Chief Technology Officer of BP3
Scott is a thought leader and successful practitioner of BPM who brings over 14 years of experience in the Software and Services business to BP3. Scott comes to BP3 from Lombardi, widely seen as the innovator in the BPM space, where he was Chief Architect and Director of Technical Services. In that capacity Scott led or oversaw over 100 BPM deployments for Lombardi customers, and can be credited with growing the technical delivery team over tenfold during his tenure.
http://www.bp-3.com/blogs



Ted Cuzzillo

Ted Cuzzillo is a freelance business writer with a broad view of business and technology. He's a certified business intelligence professional with credentials from TDWI (the Data Warehousing Institute.
http://www.ebizq.net/blogs/soft_bi



Garth Knudson

Garth Knudson is Managing Director at BizFlow Corp. with responsibility for international customers and partner as well as global analyst relations.
With 15 years enterprise technology experience, Knudson has focused for the past 5 years on BPM software and solutions. Knudson received his B.A. from BYU, MBA from Case and MIM from Thunderbird.
http://www.bizflow.com/



Malcolm Ross

Malcolm Ross is the Director of Product Management at Appian Corporation. Malcolm has been involved in the implementation and development of enterprise BPM solutions for over 10 years with a variety of BPM platforms. At Appian, he is responsible for managing product development, and has worked directly on some of the largest and most innovative BPM deployments in the industry. Malcolm received his BS degree in Computer Science with a minor in Actuarial Mathematics from Florida State University.
http://www.appian.com/



Mike Kavis

Mike Kavis is the CTO of M-Dot, a retail technology company. His expertise includes Enterprise Architecture, IT Strategy & Planning, Organizational Change Management, Cloud Computing, BPM, SOA, Web 2.0 and Business Intelligence. He is on the Board of Directors of Center for the Advancement of the Enterprise Architecture Profession (CAEAP) serving the role of Director of Social Technologies. He has more than 23 years of IT experience including 12 years in leadership positions. Mike received his BS in Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology and his MBA and MSIT from Colorado Tech.



Ulf Persson

Ulf Persson, Senior Vice President, eBuilder Asia Pacific Operations
eBuilder is the leading global supplier of Cloud Processes that enable companies and organizations to automate, control, and manage their value networks for Travel and Expense Management, Procurement, Order Fulfillment (supply chain), After Sales (supply chain), and Financial Transactions. Ulf is part of eBuilder global management team with responsibility to build the strategy for eBuilder in Asia Pacific with regards to sales and marketing, service delivery and product platform. Ulf has over twenty years of experience working on application integration projects, product and solution development focusing on EDI, XML, Enterprise Application Integration (EAI), Business-to-Business Integration (B2B) and Supply Chain Collaboration projects within industries such as Transport and Logistics, Retail, Trade Facilitation, Automotive and Financial Service.
http://www.ebuilder.com/



Brian Reale

Brian Reale is a serial high-tech entrepreneur. In 2000, Brian co-founded Colosa Inc, the developer of ProcessMaker® a leading Open Source Workflow & Business Process Management Software company. ProcessMaker is available in 10 languages and has been deployed by commercial clients across numerous vertical industries and on 6 continents. Mr. Reale also co-founded an interactive projection technology company (www.spotlesslight.com) and previously founded a South American Long Distance Telecom and Satellite Services Company. Mr. Reale graduated magna cum laude from Duke University in 1993.
http://www.processmaker.com



Zohar Gilad

Zohar Gilad, Executive VP of Products, Marketing and Channels at Precise
Zohar is a seasoned enterprise software executive. Before joining Precise, Zohar held several senior executive positions with Mercury Interactive, acquired by HP in 2006. At Mercury, Zohar drove expansion into new markets, creating new product categories: Load Testing, Quality Management, Application Management, and finally Business Technology Optimization. From 2000-2003, as the General Manager of the Application Management business unit, he helped grow the business from $0 to about $100M a year.
http://www.precise.com



Soumadeep Sen

Soumadeep Sen has about 18+ years of IT experience and has been associated with product companies in the capacity of a Product Manager as well as VP of SOA practice to name a few. His main contribution has been in the areas of SOA, BAM, ESB and Operational BI. In the Open Source space he has contributed to Servicemix ESB and Synapse-WS(Apache foundation). Currently, he heads BizSensors a product company catering to SOA and Operational BI.
http://www.bizsensors.com/



Glenn Gruber

I’m a technology marketing executive who is very interested in the changing software paradigm. Technology like SOA, Cloud/SaaS, the evolution of the social enterprise and social-aware software IS changing the traditional software landscape. The question is how and whether you’ll be prepared.
http://www.softwareindustryinsights.com/



Marc Rix

Marc is an information technology architect, consultant, writer, and speaker who specializes in leading strategic SOA, Cloud Computing, BPM, and Web 2.0 initiatives. Inspired by the sciences of chaos, complexity, and evolutionary biology, he applies a systems-oriented, holistic approach to solving complex software and organizational challenges.
Web site: http://www.marcrix.com
LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/marcrix
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/marcrix
Blog: http://soacoach.blogspot.com
http://www.MarcRix.com



Andrew Smith

Andrew Smith is Managing Director of One Degree, a solutions provider, subsidiaries include OD Media, OD Support and workFile ECM. I have a strong technical background working as a developer and moving up to Enterprise Technical Architect. I am now in that unique position of being in both technical and business camps. I am an ECM/BPM, CRM, Silverlight, Web and Social Media geek.
http://www.consulting-onedegree.com/



Guy Loewy

As co-founder and CTO of WebLayers, Guy Loewy brings to the company years of successful technology leadership, expertise, and the ability to develop innovative market driven solutions. In his position, Loewy focuses on creating technology that better enables companies to govern IT infrastructures. Prior to WebLayers, Loewy was co-founder, vice president of research and development and chief architect at Bridges for Islands, where he established and managed the R&D team.
http://www.weblayers.com/index.shtml



Roger van de Kimmenade

I am a EAI/BPM/SOA consultant and specialized in among others XML, Java, Oracle OSB, XQuery.
http://rogervdkimmenade.blogspot.com



Phil Ayres

Phil Ayres brings 14 years of global experience with BPM and ECM. He is the founder of Consected, providing process improvement solutions to businesses of all sizes with the company's own SaaS workflow product, and a network of consultants experienced in third-party BPM tools. Previously as a product manager for Global 360, growing a major share of the company's software revenue he was no stranger to making tough judgment calls. Subsequently as lead consultant implementing those same products he both enjoyed and suffered some of those decisions.
http://www.consected.com



Edwin van Asch

Edwin van Asch is Solution Architect at Systemation
Systemation provides organisations with advanced SOA and BPM based solutions that enables enterprises to modernise and simplify their IT architecture, processes, applications and infrastructure. In the past 18 years he worked for different local and international IT companies as a software engineer, technical consultant and architect. He was involved in projects for companies like ABN AMRO, Aegon, Fortis and Compuware. For Systemation his focus is to advise customers in the areas of SOA and BPM. His specialties are: SOA-governance, SOA-management, SOA-test automation and Enterprise Mashup.
http://www.systemation.nl



Doug Mow

#CMO of Courion Corporation responsible for all branding, communications, messaging, online and offline marketing. Courion is the leading provider of access management tools that provide maximum access to corporate IT assets with minimal risk.



Jaisundar V

Jaisundar is a process professional specialized in Business Process Management and works for a leading Technology firm. Jaisundar's areas of interest include Business Process Management, Customer Relationship Management, SFA, Sales Performance Optimization, Corporate Performance Management and general IT industry developments and trends. He writes on his blog at http://www.bouncingthoughts.com/
http://www.bouncingthoughts.com



Raymond N. Siebert

Raymond N. Siebert, Principal, HCL Insurance Practice
Raymond N. Siebert has been Principal with HCL’s Insurance practice for the last two years. Mr. Siebert has thirty years of experience in the P&C industry; including few of the leading insurance organizations such as Zurich North America, Home Insurance Company, Chubb and Son, Allstate Corporation etc. Mr. Siebert has held various roles and responsibilities ranging across all aspects of internal operations and has experience in virtually all the P&C lines of business, plus Crop Insurance. The positions he has held ranges from all levels of Operations management, to leadership of a regional Personal Lines underwriting team to Chief Administrative Officer with strategic oversight of IT.
http://www.hcl.in/



Raymond Bordogna

Raymond Bordogna, Partner and Chief Strategy Officer, LiquidHub, Inc.
Raymond Bordogna is a Partner and CSO at LiquidHub, where he advises Fortune 500 executive clients on next-generation business architecture and social media. He's also a lecturer at Penn State, having designed curricula for enterprise architecture and e-Marketing. Formerly, he held strategic roles at Sun Microsystems and Tyco Electronics. Ray received his BSE from the University of Pennsylvania, MSE from Stanford and MBA from Wharton. He's a recipient of the 2009 Philadelphia Business Journal's 40-under-40 Award. Raymond's Blog: http://blogs.liquidhub.com/rbordogna/
http://www.liquidhub.com/



Keith Swenson

Keith Swenson is Vice President of Research and Development at Fujitsu America Inc. and is the Chief Software Architect for the Interstage family of products. He is known for having been a pioneer in collaboration software and web services, and has helped the development of many workflow and BPM standards. He is currently the Chairman of the Technical Committee of the Workflow Management Coalition. In the past, he led development of collaboration software MS2, Netscape, Ashton Tate and Fujitsu. In 2004 he was awarded the Marvin L. Manheim Award for outstanding contributions in the field of workflow. Blog is at http://kswenson.wordpress.com/.
http://www.fujitsu.com/us/



Avi Rosenthal

Avi Rosenthal has more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry. His client list includes: leading analyst companies (Gartner Group and Giga Information group), VCs, a leading international IT Company, Software houses and Enterprises. Mr. Rosenthal is a leading SOA expert in Israel. His SOA consulting includes analysis of SOA suite of a large international vendor, participation in a SOA related projects and SOA related consultancies. He is leading the SOA Forum of The Israeli Association of Information Processing, writing articles on SOA, moderated a SOA conference and presented in other conferences. Link: SOA Filling the Gaps
http://avirosenthal.blogspot.com/



Mukund Balasubramanian

Mukund Balasubramanian, CTO, Photon Infotech
Mukund Balasubramanian serves as CTO, Photon Infotech, a next-generation Internet consulting firm leading a new generation of IT and internet experts who combine an intimate knowledge of today's cutting-edge technologies with the business savvy needed to build strategic technology foundations and applications involving social media and mobile technologies. Mukund has a Masters in Computer Science from Stanford University and a Bachelor in Technology from the Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai.
http://www.photoninfotech.com/



Pankaj Taneja

Pankaj Taneja is an MBA in international marketing from Panjab University, India. He has been associated with SaaS companies since the early days in his career. Having witnessed the SaaS phenomenon explode on the business technology scene up close, he holds a special passion for the arena. He frequently writes articles and blogs about collaboration-as-a-service and related topics. He is working at HyperOffice, an award-winning provider of online collaboration solutions for growing businesses.
http://www.hyperoffice.com/



Adrian Grigoriu

Adrian is an executive consultant in enterprise architecture, former head of enterprise architecture at Ofcom, the spectrum and broadcasting U.K. regulatory agency and chief architect at TM Forum, an organization providing a reference integrated business architecture framework, best practices and standards for the telecommunications and digital media industries. He also was a high technology, enterprise architecture and strategy senior manager at Accenture and Vodafone, and a principal consultant and lead architect at Qantas, Logica, Lucent Bell Labs and Nokia. He is the author of two books on enterprise architecture development available on Kindle and published articles with BPTrends, the Microsoft Architecture Journal and the EI magazine. Shortlisted by Computer Weekly for the IT Industry blogger of the year 2011.
http://www.enterprise-architecture-matters.co.uk



Kevin Lee Smith

Enterprise Architect Founder of PEAF (Pragmatic EA Framework) www.PragmaticEA.com
http://www.PragmaticEA.com



Chandar Pattabhiram

Chandar Pattabhiram is the Vice President responsible for Product & Channel Marketing at Cast Iron Systems, the #1 Cloud Integration Company. In this role, he drives go-to-market strategy, corporate messaging, pricing, and enablement of direct sales and indirect channels. Prior to joining Cast Iron Systems, he was responsible for product and channel marketing at Jamcracker, one of the pioneering Software-as-a-Service platforms. He also spent many years at Andersen Consulting where he led IT strategy, logistics and e-commerce projects for Fortune 500 companies as well as joint market offerings with SAP. He has a Masters in Mgmt from the University of Texas and a Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering from India.
http://www.castiron.com/



Mark Flaherty

Mark Flaherty heads up all marketing activities at InetSoft Technology, an innovating business intelligence software provider. Before joining this BI vendor, Mark was on the enterprise user side, building Virgin Mobile USA’s performance management function from the ground up and then helping the company evolve to a world-class business intelligence implementation.
http://www.inetsoft.com/



Mark Palmer

Mark Palmer is the Chief Executive Officer at StreamBase Systems, Inc. He is a long time advocate of the growing role of CEP and has published over 30 articles on the application of CEP to real world problems and spoken at numerous industry events. In 2005 he won an InfoWorld Innovator award and was named to the InfoWorld Media Group's Innovators Hall of Fame for his work in event processing.
http://www.streambase.com/



Sameer Dixit

Sameer Dixit – Sr. Project Manager & Practice Head, BI & Analytics Competency Center Sameer brings in over 14 years of experience working with technology organizations in various strategic roles and senior level positions. In his current role at Persistent he is responsible for executing end to end BI projects. Sameer manages the engineering development of some of the leading BI products in the world and also leads the efforts in executing projects using these tools. One of his key responsibilities in the competency centre is to work with customers to understand their data better and then help in effectively leveraging that data. Sameer is experienced in all the aspects of the software product development life cycle and brings to the table the right mix of business understanding and the required technical depth to help in outlining a product strategy and take it to completion. Sameer has worked extensively across various domains viz. mobile advertising, web 2.0, infrastructure and change control management. He also possesses strong skills in requirements building, generation of specification, project planning and project execution. He has excellent problem diagnosis and resolution skills coupled with an aptitude for strong analytical reasoning. Prior to Persistent Systems, Sameer has also worked with Micro Strategy, Cable & Wireless and Tata Technologies.
http://www.persistentsys.com/



Ugo Corda

Enterprise Architect and Independent Consultant. Thirty years of experience architecting and developing software systems. Contributed to the development of Web services and BPM technologies by actively participating in W3C, OASIS, WS-I, OMG and JCP standard organizations. Latest experience is in Media & Entertainment enterprise systems. PhD in Physics.



Dave Youkers

Dave Youkers is an IT Strategy and Business Transformation consultant currently in private practice. For over 25 years Dave has provided leadership to many of the global Fortune 100 across a range of industry domains, on the effective use of Information Technology to both influence and align with business strategy and operational requirements. He has worked extensively in the area of value creation, business process optimization, portfolio assessment, IT governance, and services business development.



Nenshad Bardoliwalla

Nenshad Bardoliwalla is the co-author of Driven to Perform: Risk-Aware Performance Management From Strategy Through Execution and an enterprise software executive with deep expertise in Analytics, Business Intelligence, Enterprise Performance Management, and Governance, Risk, and Compliance. He has played key leadership roles in the evolution of both Oracle and SAP's Business Intelligence and Enterprise Performance Management products.



John Kitchen

John Kitchen is senior vice president and chief marketing officer for Datawatch Corporation, a leader in Business Intelligence (BI) and Enterprise Information Management (EIM). John is responsible for worldwide marketing operations, managing the Company's strategic product direction and identifying new vertical market opportunities across the entire product line. He brings more than 20 years of marketing and management expertise to Datawatch. In March of 1998, John joined the Company as the director of marketing and was promoted to vice president of marketing in March of 1999. In July 2001, he was appointed senior vice president of Desktop and Server Solutions with responsibility for the worldwide marketing and sales of the Company's desktop product lines and OEM technology .
http://www.datawatch.com



Ian Louw

Ian Louw is a Transformation Consultant and Manger with more than 17 years experience in the IT industry. During this time he has worked for various System Integrators, Management Consultancies and Software Vendors in client facing and managerial roles and has setup and managed both EAI and BPM Practices. Ian has worked with organisations in both Private & Public sectors and has been a consultant engaged in business strategy, business and systems analysis, design, and development. He specialises in the design, development and delivery of pragmatic Enterprise Architectures for the implementation of business strategies.
http://www.ebizq.net/blogs/bpm_insights/



Ed Nadrotowicz

Ed Nadrotowicz, Department Manager Advanced Technology and Systems Engineering at UPS.

Ed has 22 years of experience at UPS which spans Operational, Industrial Engineering and 15 years of Information Technology assignments. Ed has experience delivering projects across many major platforms in both technical and managerial roles. His current team investigates new hardware and software technologies to gauge applicability to current and future business problems, looking for opportunities to assist their introduction into the enterprise. Anything stated here represents his personal viewpoint.
http://www.ups.com/



Rashid N. Khan

Rashid N. Khan is the President of Leadership BPM, a consulting company that leverages his 14-years of real-world experience to advise clients on the strategy and practice of BPM. He was the Founder/CEO of Ultimus , a BPM pioneer established in 1994. Prior to Ultimus, Rashid was the Founder/CEO of Sintech, a leader in computerized mechanical testing.

Rashid holds two BS degrees from MIT in Computer and Political Science, a MS in Computer Science from UC Berkeley, and an MBA from Harvard. He has published numerous articles and a book “Business Process Management: A Practical Guide?.
http://bpm.rashid-khan.com/



David Moser

David is MD of bpm.futures, an independent BPM consultancy based in Sydney, Australia. He was previously Managing Director responsible for BPM at BearingPoint Australia, a position he reached after many years with a Staffware reseller and Staffware (now Tibco) itself in the UK and Australia. His interests include BPM solution design, and bpm.futures is particularly focussed on enterprise BPM agility and – a closely linked topic – sustaining enterprise BPM initiatives. He blogs on www.bpmfutures.com.
http://bpmfutures.com



Hutch Carpenter

Hutch Carpenter is VP of Product at Spigit, the SaaS enterprise innovation management platform. Blogger at I'm Not Actually a Geek. Tweeter @bhc3. And a Dad who misses running marathons.
http://www.spigit.com/



Tom Allanson

Tom Allanson, CEO of Perfect Forms, Inc., has over 19 years of experience leading teams and growing businesses and has held key executive roles at Intuit, General Electric, and H&R Block. Most recently the President of H&R Block Digital Tax Division, he had previously been Senior Vice President at Intuit in charge of the Tax Division, including TurboTax. He started his career as a design engineer.
http://www.ebizq.net/blogs/pp/



Todd Biske

Todd Biske is currently an enterprise architect with a global corporation. He has past experience as both a corporate practitioner in Fortune 500 companies as well as a consultant. He is the author of the book SOA Governance, published by Packt Publishing, is a frequent panelist and speaker at IT conferences on SOA and EA topics, and maintains a popular blog on strategic topics in the corporate IT world at http://www.biske.com/blog/, and on Twitter at @toddbiske.
http://www.biske.com/blog/



Prakash Perimbeti

Senior Program Director, Ness Technologies. Over 19 years of Software Development experience and Worked in Ness Technologies, Symphony Services, IBM, D&B & Arrow Electronics.



Wayne Morris

Wayne Morris has more than 25 years of experience in software, services and hardware. Wayne is the CEO of myDIALS, a software company that is pioneering a new industry standard in operational performance management by delivering real-time Key Performance Indicator (KPI) visualization, analysis and contextual knowledge directly to decision makers.

Wayne previously was the CEO of Citect Corporation and has also held CMO positions at McDATA and BMC Software.
http://www.mydials.com



Karthikeyan Sankaran

Karthikeyan Sankaran (Karthik) has extensive experience in the Business Intelligence & Analytics domain having taken up multiple roles as a consultant, project manager and business development manager. With a techno-functional educational background (Masters in Computer Science and Business Administration), Karthik is a passionate BI practitioner with wide ranging interests in the analytics space. Karthik blogs regularly on various BI topics, has published articles in leading journals and has presented webinars in TDWI (The Data Warehousing Institute) forums.
http://in.linkedin.com/in/karthikeyansankaran



Roman Stanek

Roman Stanek, CEO and Founder, GoodData

Roman is GoodData’s visionary leader, who had the crazy idea back in 2007 that cloud computing could finally make good on the broken promises of generations of BI. Roman has been a tech entrepreneur for almost 20 years. He was Founder and CEO of NetBeans (acquired by Sun Microsystems) and Systinet (acquired by Mercury Interactive and later Hewlett Packard).
http://www.gooddata.com



Mike Gammage

Mike Gammage VP and Principal Consultant, Nimbus

Worked in performance improvement consulting for more than two decades - since 2003 with Nimbus. Currently working with Nimbus clients on performance improvement programs in Oil & Gas and High-Tech and with Outsourcing service providers. Also working on the client side of outsourcing: how to manage service delivery across complex dynamic multisourced environments, typically including a mix of outsourcing, offshoring and shared services.

Blog: http://sourcing-shangri-la.typepad.com
http://www.nimbuspartners.com/



Ian Gotts

Ian Gotts is Founder and CEO of Nimbus, which has been offering their business process management solution as an On-Premise and Cloud Computing offering to major corporations including Toyota, Chevron, Nestle, HM Revenue & Customs and HSBC Bank for the last 12 years. With offices in 10 countries, Nimbus has won numerous awards; RedHot 100, Gartner Cool Vendor in BPM, CIO.co.uk Top 20 companies to watch, and TechTrack Microsoft’s Best Use of Technology.

Ian is author of 4 books, Common Approach, Uncommon Results and Why Killer Products Don’t Sell and two Thinking of…books on Cloud Computing which makes him a sought after and entertaining conference speaker.
http://www.nimbuspartners.com/



Bob Zurek

Bob Zurek holds the position of CTO and VP, Product Management at Infobright and is also responsible for client services including sales engineering and implementation services.

Bob has over 25 years of proven success in software development, technology research, and product management, along with deep expertise in database management systems, business intelligence (BI) and open source technologies.

Prior to joining Infobright, Bob was Vice President Products and CTO at EnterpriseDB, where he led the company’s technology and product management operations for their open source product line. Prior to EnterpriseDB, he held management positions at IBM, Ascential Software, and other technology companies where he consistently demonstrated the ability to define and deliver market-leading products with strong competitive differentiation.
http://www.infobright.com/



Theo Priestley

Theo Priestley is Vice President and Chief Evangelist at Software AG, responsible for enabling the marketing and voice of the industry’s leading Business Process, Big Data/ In-Memory/ Complex Event Processing, Integration and Transaction suite of platforms.
http://bpmredux.wordpress.com



Rich Nigro

Rich is a sales professional with 20+ years experience in sales, sales management and operations. As an original member of the MySQL sales team, Rich delivered significant revenue growth as well as market and business development insight and expertise that helped fuel MySQL's revenues from $5M in sales to over $100M annually. Rich is experienced in BI, database and open source software business and leads the MySQL efforts in the SaaS, Hosting and Cloud markets.



Michael zur Muehlen

Michael zur Muehlen is Associate Professor of Information Systems and directs the Center for Business Process Innovation at Stevens Institute of Technology. A fellow of the Workflow Management Coalition, he is an active contributor to BPM standards. His research interests center around the efficient use of BPM technology, risk-aware process management, and process-based decision support. Michael has published a book and more than 50 papers on BPM, standards, and process innovation. He blogs at BPM Research.
http://www.bpm-research.com



Dr. Alexander Samarin

Dr Alexander Samarin is a seasoned and successful IT professional with more than 35 years experience in the provisioning of IT services. In recent years, he has specialized in the architecting and delivery of enterprise solutions utilizing BPM, SOA, ECM, EA and IT governance.

He is the author of the recently published book Improving Enterprise Business Process Management Systems. Since August 2010, Dr Samarin works at the African Development Bank as a chief enterprise architect.
http://www.improving-BPM-systems.com



Sunil Raveendran

Sunil Raveendran is an ECM and BPM Consultant specializing in FileNet technologies. Over the years, Sunil has provided technical leadership for solution architecture, solution development and project delivery of complex, large enterprise-wide implementations for many companies in the Insurance domain.
Sunil on LinkedIn: http://in.linkedin.com/in/sunilkumarraveendarn



Forrester

Forrester Research is a technology and market research company that provides pragmatic advice to global leaders in business and technology. With hundreds of analysts and coverage areas, we are the only company that creates forward-thinking research specifically for your role in the organization.
http://www.forrester.com/rb/research



Dr. Jerry A. Smith

Dr. Jerry A. Smith is an independent consultant focusing on emerging technologies, including cloud computing, SaaS, and social media/computing. He has an extensive global outsourcing/offshoring expertise in the enterprise software/service business. His industry experience includes tenure as CTO/CIO at software/service companies. In addition, he has been an adjunct professor of computer science for the last ten years, and continue to teach at Nova Southeastern University School of Computer and Information Sciences.
Read Dr. Jerry Smith's blog!
http://drjerryasmith.wordpress.com/



Ashish Bhagwat

BPM Consultant with 13 plus years of experience in Business & IT. He has been involved in creating BPM solutions with BPM vendors and third party solutions providers for clients across various domains and geographies. One of the leading BPM practitioners and has first hand experience in creating BPM strategies, methodologies, frameworks & solutions for clients. Currently, also managing BPM Consulting Services and Solutions delivery for clients across BFSI and Telecom domains in distributed and multi-sourcing environments. He is a graduate in Engineering and Business Management with interests in Leadership, Management, Consulting, and IT Strategies. Read his blog right here.
http://ashishbhagwat.wordpress.com/



Liran Eshel

Liran Eshel is CEO and founder of CTERA Networks, and brings with him more than 15 years of managerial experience in software, security and networking technologies. He holds a B.Sc. in Mathematics and Computer Science and a M.Sc. in Computer Science from Bar-Ilan University.
http://www.ctera.com



Ryan Prociuk

An independent consultant with over 15+ years of solving hard data problems, Ryan helps organizations on the planning and technical execution of their advanced analytics and performance management strategies. Previously a member of GoldenGate Software's sales and delivery team, Ryan contributed to the market growth of GoldenGate's real-time data integration and continuous data availability platform.

Read Ryan's blog at Assembling Data into Information; or his tweets on various data topics at @ryanprociuk; and refines his risk management strategy by racing mountain bikes.
http://twentyoneturns.wordpress.com/category/nosql/



Gregory Lloyd

Greg is the President and co-founder of Traction Software Inc. , creator of the Traction TeamPage enterprise social software product. Greg has over 30 years experience as architect and engineer of publishing, hypertext, and signal processing systems starting at the US Naval Research Laboratory, Mentor Graphics / Context, and Electronic Book Technologies (EBT), Inc. Since his graduation from Brown in 1970 he has collaborated with Andy van Dam of Brown University on four generations of hypertext systems, including one US Patent.
http://traction.tractionsoftware.com/traction



Michael Topalovich

Michael Topalovich is Chief Enterprise Architect and CTO for Delivered Innovation, a company that designs innovative business solutions on the Force.com platform for strengthening customer relationships, integrating cloud computing technology with business processes, and leveraging the cloud to enable new revenue opportunities. A former senior IT manager for CRM pioneer Siebel Systems, Michael has been an early adopter and outspoken advocate of SaaS and PaaS technology since founding Delivered Innovation in 2006.
http://www.deliveredinnovation.com/



Anatoly Belychook

Anatoly Belychook is the president of Business Console, a BPM (Business Process Management) development & consultancy firm located in Moscow, Russia. Anatoly has been in enterprise applications business since 1990 and in BPM business since 2005. He is a big fan of BPM, viewing it as a holistic discipline embracing methodology, technology and agile implementation that enables true business-IT collaboration. He shares his enthusiasm, practical experience and thoughts with the readers of his blog www.mainthing.ru
http://mainthing.ru



Christian Verstraete

Christian Verstraete, Chief Technologist for HP’s Manufacturing and Distributions Industries, has been a member of HP’s manufacturing team for 30 years. Verstraete is responsible for thought leadership and innovation - scanning industry and technology trends - and assessing their mid/longer term effect on emerging MDI business opportunities and how to capitalize on these. He is the linkage to the CTO community both inside HP and with our customers and partners.
http://www.hp.com/#Product



Peter Brand

Peter Brand has been 'with computing technology' since 1962, whose development he is following since in theory and practice, working in various fields with numerous technologies. Currently, his topic is the Business-IT gap, perceived as a problem of 'Proper Corporate Usage of Web-Technology', and treated on a deep-rooted, evolutionary model of automation. The result is a new paradigmatic framework, called Workstate Management (WSM), meant to replace the EAI/BPM/SOA-template, which seems off the path. Read Peter's blogs on his Website (under 'Knowledge Sharing').
http://www.mastering-it.com



Julie Bellanca

Julie Bellanca is a co-founder of Cleversafe, and has worked on award winning products including a secure mail platform. Julie previously was a principal/national director at Lante Corporation, a publicly-held software and technology consultancy. Julie also co-founded ingenious inc., with multiple Fortune 100 clients that was acquired by Lante Corporation. Julie holds an Engineering degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
http://www.cleversafe.com/



Dave Willsey

David has been in management and sales positions for the past 20 years, moving from finance to the IT industry in 1998. David co-founded Planittech Consulting, a company specializing in custom internet applications. After a successful acquisition of Planittech, David co-founded Integrify, where he focuses on business process improvement through web-based software. David's primary responsibility is formulating long-term strategy, managing the growth of Integrify and interfacing with investors, customers and suppliers.
http://www.integrify.com/



Peter Evans-Greenwood

Peter Evans-Greenwood has a knack for finding the simple truths behind those problems which prevent the businesses he works with from being all they can be. He then uses these insights to drive the technology agenda, working closely with executive teams to help them achieve the outlier performance required in today’s hype-competitive business environment. Twenty years of experience have provided him with a track record of delivering pragmatic business outcomes in challenging operational and business environments.
http://peter.evans-greenwood.com/



Eric A. Stephens

Eric Stephens is Enterprise Architecture Director at Oracle Corporation. He focuses on optimizing and transforming clients’ IT investments into positive business results. Within the practice of Enterprise Architecture he focuses on SOA, modeling/documentation tools and techniques. His current thinking focuses on the intersection of design thinking, systems thinking, and innovation with Enterprise Architecture. Eric is a 20+ year veteran of the IT industry holding a variety of roles in the healthcare, life insurance, and government services domains. He also held an adjunct teaching position at Syracuse University where he focused on J2EE education and certification.
http://blogs.oracle.com/enterprisearchitecture



Pieter van Schalkwyk

Pieter is the Managing Director and Chief Architect of Sydney based XMPro Pty Ltd who develop and market the XMPro Process Management Solution to a global market. He has more than 15 years’ experience in developing innovative BPM solutions. He holds both a Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Information Technology degree.
Pieter has a passion for process and has the ability to transform process management ideas into technology enabled process management solutions.
http://www.xmpro.com/



Glen Rabie

Glen is the founder and CEO of Yellowfin. For the past 15 years Glen has either been involved in large-scale BI projects or building a global Business Intelligence software business.
He is passionate about Business Intelligence and helping organizations and individuals to succeed by leveraging their data assets. As a result Glen is a firm believer that Business Intelligence solutions should be pervasive, easy to use and deliver rapid value to it users. Read Glen's BLOG!
http://www.yellowfinbi.com/



Paul Vincent

Paul Vincent is CTO for Business Rules and CEP at TIBCO Software, an enterprise software company that focuses on real-time visibility, understanding, decisions and actions, for the event-driven enterprise. Paul works with TIBCO customers worldwide on Operational Intelligence solutions using CEP (events and event patterns, decisions, and actions) as well as relevant standards (OMG, W3C) and industry (EPTS) bodies. He is a regular contributor to the TIBCO CEP blog.
http://www.tibco.com/



Kengaku, Satoru

Kengaku, Satoru is co-founder and COO for S&S Global Services (SSGS). SSGS is preparing for Openbravo ERP Japanese domestic businesses as the first partner in Japan. Kengaku started his career as an engineer in Industrial Engineering of Mita Industrial. After implementing CAD/CAM in Mita, Kengaku spent about 20 years in Japanese and global operations of IBM, Oracle and SAP. Out of those years, since 1994 in Oracle, Kengaku is in ERP businesses, sales, marketing, industry business development and product development.
http://www.ssglobalservices.com/



Eash Iyer

Eashwar (Eash) Iyer is the Vice President at Tychio Corp., a DW/BI Strategy and Business Process Improvement company. His expertise spans Process Improvements, Data Governance and Business Intelligence & Analytics. He has consulted extensively at Fortune 100 companies in areas such as CPM, Executive and Operational dashboards, MDM/CDI and Data Governance processes, CRM, Sales Performance Management and Manufacturing process improvements and Analytics. He holds a degree in Math and Computer Science, an MBA in General Management and professional certifications in systems management and project management.
http://www.tychio.com/



Alain Yap

Alain Yap just joined open source technology experts Exist. Prior to this new development, he was part of the team handling Social Media and Marketing for Morphlabs, a company that provides a comprehensive cloud computing platform for enterprises and data centers. Of many interests, he views technology from a perspective of service and change impact for public's greater good having worked as a long-tenured staff for an international family and child welfare organization prior to this. On the side, he heads the support group for families dealing with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia (CAH) in the Philippines. You can easily connect with him online via Twitter @friarminor
http://exist.com/



Bob Kemper

Bob Kemper brings over 20 years of software engineering experience to the role of SVP, Development at PivotLink, including senior executive roles at PrecisionPoint Software, SPSS and Hyperion. Prior to PivotLink, Kemper served as vice president of engineering at PrecisionPoint Software, a pioneer in metadata-driven automation of full-featured data warehousing solutions for Microsoft Dynamics customers. He previously served as senior vice president of research and development at SPSS, where he managed SPSS' SaaS survey platform, was instrumental in building its market-leading predictive analytics solutions and re-architected its core products into a service oriented architecture (SOA).
http://www.pivotlink.com/



Peter Kretzman

Peter Kretzman is a veteran IT executive with deep experience in leading information systems and technology. He has served as Chief Technology Officer or CIO at several companies, including Classmates Online in Seattle and PlanetOut Inc. in San Francisco. He has also provided senior-level IT consulting for companies including Captaris, Microsoft, Clearwire, F5 Networks, Inc., Frank Russell Company, and Getty Images, Inc Mr. Kretzman has a bachelor's degree from Stanford University and a master's degree from the University of California at Berkeley.
Read Mr. Kretzman's blog, CTO/CIO Perspectives.
http://www.peterkretzman.com



Lori Mac Vittie

Lori MacVittie is responsible for education and evangelism across F5's entire product suite. MacVittie has extensive programming experience as an application architect, as well as network and systems administration expertise. Prior to joining F5, MacVittie was an award-winning technology editor at Network Computing Magazine. She holds a B.S. in Information and Computing Science from the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, and an M.S. in Computer Science from Nova Southeastern University.
http://www.f5.com/



David Brakoniecki

David currently works as a BPM consultant and technology strategist for Modexe.

Modexe is a specialist BPM and Decision Management consultancy based in London. David runs their consulting and development teams.

Before becoming a BPM consultant, David has worked in-house with several large companies as well as with technology companies. His wide-ranging experience and expertise was developed in the insurance, e-commerce, telecommunications and investment-banking sectors, where he has worked in technology, finance and business development functions.

Read David's blog at right here!


http://blog.brakoniecki.com



Thomas J. Olbrich

Thomas is the co-founder of taraneon Consulting Group, which runs the innovative and award-winning Process TestLab. He has been been heavily involved in various capacities with business process management issues for nearly 18 years.
http://www.taraneon.com



Ramichetty Mahesh

Mahesh has Over 12+ Years of experience worked on all the Java J2EE Client with the top most fortune 100 Companies in Banking and Financial. He has worked on the JAX RPC Spec, with over 4 Years of exp in Web Services and SOA. Mahesh came up with the Frame Works that are related to webservices. This Frame work is not the base on which the Web Service can be built but at have one digital Certificate for N Number of services and even though the Service Providers are different. He has also woirked on a Unique CSS frame work that ensures that the Rendering is common accross all the browsers. As of now he is working with some code that needs to be tweeked for Browser specific issues.



Augusto Albeghi

Augusto Albeghi founded the IT startup StraySoft which produces Viney@rd, an unique Excel Automation tool. He has been a Business Intelligence and management consultant for the most part of his 15 years career. He has worked for large multinational companies (Accenture, L’Oreal, Whirlpool …) and small local businesses as well.
http://www.straysoft.com/



Faun deHenry

Faun deHenry is CEO of FMT Systems Inc. Ms. deHenry has worked for 20 years operating regional and national consulting organizations. She is a recognized speaker on topics including Customer Focussed Business Process Management, Business Intelligence, and Best Practices for Virtual Organizations.

After a more than decade of involvement in technology projects with organizations, such as PG&E, Applied Materials, and Brocade Communications, Ms. deHenry has refined her thinking into FMT Systems’ methodology for business process and process intelligence.
http://www.fmtsystems.com/



Max J. Pucher

Max J. Pucher is the Co-founder and current Chief Architect of ISIS Papyrus Software, a world-wide enterprise solutions vendor in the communication, content and process management arena since 1988. Max has authored a number of fiction and non-fiction books and frequently speaks about the influence of information technology on business and our private lives. His passion is to create technology that empowers humans rather than merely reducing business costs. Max was born in Austria in 1954, and after having lived in Texas, currently resides in Switzerland.

Max's blog: Welcome to the Real World.
http://www.isis-papyrus.com/



Jeremy Hodge

Jeremy Hodge is a social media strategist and the network manager for IBM Cloud. He is responsible for IBM Cloud social content strategy, enabling access to IBM exerts and expertise. You can reach him on Twitter @jhodge88 or @IBMcloud
http://www.ibm.com/ibm/cloud/



Ian Thomas

Ian Thomas likes to pursue the opportunities created when business models meet disruptive technologies. Over the last few years Ian has focused on Business Architecture, SOA, Cloud Computing and Web 2.0 and on exploring the ways in which these technologies are transforming the shape and purpose of organisations of all sizes.

In pursuing his interests, Ian has worked as a CTO, architect and evangelist across a number of sectors, including software, IT services, financial services, telecoms and government. Read Ian's blog, IT Blagger 3.0!
http://itblagger.wordpress.com/



Jignesh Shah

Jignesh Shah is Vice President of Business Infrastructure Products & Solutions at Software AG. He guides the direction of Software AG's SOA, B2B Integration and MDM products. Jignesh is also the co-author of SOA Adoption for Dummies. His prior experience includes founding a Cloud-based emergency management solution - OpsPlanner. Jignesh was a Solutions Architect at KPMG Consulting where he led the design and implementation of several large IT solutions for Fortune 500 clients. You can reach him on Twitter @jshah0209
http://www.softwareag.com/corporate/default.asp



Ophir Kra-Oz

Ophir is co-founder of CloudShare and oversees all product and R&D activities at the company. Previously, Ophir worked as a Senior Director at Check Point Software Technologies, where he managed 220 engineers in Israel, USA & Belarus. He was responsible for the initiation, development and market delivery for End Point & VPN products. Prior to Check Point, he served for seven years in an elite IDF unit in various management and software development roles. Ophir is a Talpiot graduate (1994), holding a B.Sc. in Physics, Mathematics, and Computer Science from The Hebrew University, Jerusalem, and an MBA from Tel-Aviv University.
http://www.cloudshare.com/



Jenny Victor

Jenny Victor, director of product marketing, PivotLink
Jenny is the director of product marketing at PivotLink, where she leads all facets of product marketing for the PivotLink portfolio of SaaS-based BI solutions. She brings over 10 years of experience in defining, crafting, and executing corporate and product marketing programs that deliver strong results for the business. Prior to PivotLink, Jenny was the senior director of corporate marketing at Vitria Technology, and the Product Marketing Manager for Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence at IBM.
http://www.pivotlink.com/



Shalin Shah

Shalin Shah, Senior Marketing Manager, Vitria Technology, Inc.
Shalin oversees the corporate marketing strategies. In this role, Shalin primarily manages the content creation and improvement of all marketing communications, from social media postings to industry white papers. He leads with a special focus on delivering exceptional content through highly relevant and untraditional marketing.
Shalin holds a bachelor's degree with honors in Computer Engineering from the University of California at Irvine, where he graduated Eta Kappa Nu.
http://www.vitria.com/



Herbjorn Wilhelmsen

Herbjörn Wilhelmsen is based in Stockholm, Sweden. His main focus areas are Service-Oriented Architecture, Cloud Computing and Business Architecture. Herbjörn has many years of industry experience working as a developer, development manager, architect and teacher. He has worked with customers in several fields of operations like telecommunications, marketing, payment industry, healthcare and public services. Herbjörn is co-author of SOA with .Net and Azure book and is currently in the midst of co-authoring the SOA and Cloud Computing book. Or you can read his blog at Herbjorn's Blog.
http://herbjorn.wordpress.com/



David Sprott

David Sprott is a researcher, educator and consultant specializing in Service Oriented architectures and practices. Since 1997 David founded and led CBDI Forum providing unique guidance on SOA practices to F1000 companies and governments worldwide. He edits and publishes the CBDI Journal. As VP of Everware-CBDI Inc. a Washington DC based corporation, he directs the global research and international consulting operations of the leading independent advisors on Service Oriented Application Modernization.
Read David's blog right here or follow him on Twitter @davidsprott.
http://everware-cbdi.com/home



Neil Raden

Neil Raden is the founder of Hired Brains, a consulting firm offering research/analysis services, consulting and implementation in Business Intelligence/Analytics, Decision Management and Semantics. He is an active consultant, analyst, and author. His articles appear in many magazines, he is the author of dozens of sponsored white papers, has contributed to numerous books and is the co-author with James Taylor of Smart (Enough) Systems (Prentice Hall, 2007). Reach him @neilraden on Twitter or nraden@hiredbrains.com.
http://hiredbrains.com/



Michael Zobel

As an information architect, Michael Zobel has worked most of his career at the interface of technology and people. For the past ten years he has researched the way, how and why people work with, without, against, or around technology and how technology shapes human practice, experience, perception, knowledge, and communication for better or for worse. What he is looking for in technology is that it leaves room for or even supports human decision-making and judgment and provides an environment for organic development on an individual, interpersonal, or organizational scale.

Michael Zobel serves currently as the editor of the ISIS Times, which informs about technological issues in general and product innovations and news from ISIS Papyrus in particular. The ISIS Times is available in five languages.
http://isistimes.wordpress.com/



Frank Johnson

Frank Johnson has more than 25 years experience in marketing communications and market research for IT companies in a variety of areas, including master data management, business process management, data integration, content and document management, cybersecurity, wireless networks, satellite communications, and Internet services.
http://enterworks.com/index.htm



Susan Davis

Susan Davis joined Infobright in February of 2008 and is responsible for the company's marketing strategy and execution, as well as product management.

Susan brings more than 25 years of experience in marketing, product management and software development to her role at Infobright. Prior to joining Infobright, she was Vice President of Marketing at Egenera, a pioneer in the virtualization of data center infrastructure. At Egenera, she launched the marketing and product management functions and helped grow the company to more than $100 million in annual sales in five years. She holds a B.S. in economics from Cornell University.
http://www.infobright.com/



Ian Leaver

Ian Leaver is an independent analyst with a keen interest in how technology is applied to help business to be more effective. Ian has over 15 years experience working with global organisations leading business change. He has been involved in successful BPM, Business Rules, BI, ERP and CRM initiatives mostly with central government. Ian enjoys bringing organisations together to collaborate on new ideas and particularly likes companies and technologies that have a disruptive capacity. Ian also blogs at IdeaSown.
http://www.forwardlook.co.uk



Jeff Kibler

Jeff Kibler is a Community Manager at Infobright, the open source analytic database company. Jeff is a twice-graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and holds a Bachelor in Computer Science and a Master of Business Administration. In previous positions, Jeff acted as the program manager for data quality in Yahoo!’s massive audience data pipeline. In his work, Jeff presented key findings and strategy to academic and industrial forums at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign’s Data Sciences Summer Institute and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Data Quality Industry Symposium.
http://www.infobright.com/



Scott Menter

E. Scott Menter is the VP of Business Solutions for BP Logix, a provider of business process management (BPM) solutions to corporate, non-profit, and government organizations. In addition to technology leadership positions in financial services and higher education, Scott also spent over a decade leading his own identity management software firm. Contact Scott at Scott.Menter@bplogix.com or http://twitter.com/ESMatBPL.
http://www.ebizq.net/blogs/bpm_view/



Alberto Manuel

Alberto Manuel is the CEO of Process Sphere, a company which provides alignment of business processes with the organizational structure, strategy and customer needs. Alberto has 10 years experience helping companies to improve, redesign and implement business process, and 7 years designing consumer goods products, improving plant operations, reducing costs, reducing process and cycle time. Read Alberto's blog, End to End BPM, and connect with Alberto on LinkedIn right here!
http://www.process-sphere.pt/



Tom Shepherd

Tom Shepherd is a Case Management evangelist for Global 360 and is a contributing author for Mastering the Unpredictable, a book on how Adaptive Case Management helps improve knowledge worker productivity. His work at Global 360 involves helping customers realize business benefits through adoption of Case Management solutions. Mr. Shepherd’s career spans fifteen years as a software solution provider in the BPM, ECM and Business Rules industries, working worldwide on business process improvement projects.
http://www.global360.com/



Gustavo Gómez

In 1988 Gustavo graduated as a Computer scientist from the Universidad de los Andes, at Bogota, Colombia. He then worked in Karlsruhe, developing software for the German banks. Five years later he returned to Colombia, to take the job as the CEO of the then starting Bizagi, a position he has held since 1993. He currently lives in Amersham, UK with his wife and three children. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family, diving, reading and travelling.
http://www.bizagi.com/



Marco Brambilla

I'm on modeling of business processes, search engines, Semantic Web, Web apps and Web services. At Politecnico di Milano, at WebRatio and all over the world
http://home.dei.polimi.it/mbrambil



Kevin Parker

Kevin Parker is a 30 year industry veteran, holder of three technology patents and is VP and Chief Evangelist at Serena Software. He speaks and writes on application development methodologies, business analysis, quality assurance techniques, governance, open source issues, and tool interoperability, from the mainframe to distributed platforms to the web and mobile and embedded systems. Kevin was born and educated in the UK and currently lives on a boat in the San Francisco Bay.
http://www.serena.com/



Sanooj Kutty

Sanooj Kutty brings over 13 years of experience in the Middle East and India in Business Architecture, Business Process Management and Electronic Records Management. He manages programs and projects, conducts business analysis, and works with clients to help them define their system requirements, find cost-effective solutions and execute successful implementations of BPM, ERM and DMS. His structured thoughts on unstructured information management can be found in his blog, The Information Manager
http://theinformationmanager.wordpress.com/



Bruce Silver

Bruce Silver is an independent industry analyst and consultant focused on business process management. He is the author of the popular book BPMN Method and Style and delivers training on Process Modeling with BPMN through BPMessentials.com and other channels. He writes the popular BPMS Watch blog and for several years authored the BPMS Report series of BPM Suite evaluations and reports.
http://www.brsilver.com/



Kathy Long

Kathy A. Long, currently, Business Process Management Lead, Shell Oil. Formerly President of her own company, for 18 years,Innovative Process Consulting, has been helping organizations understand and improve their business performance through improved processes since the mid-1980's. She has experience improving processes in a wide variety of industries worldwide, including leasing, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, financial services, petrochemicals, government and retail.

Ms. Long brings a very practical, common-sense approach to process improvement, applying a variety of techniques and the application of innovative concepts to help move organizations forward with better, more effective and adaptable processes. Working with clients, she has enabled them to increase the efficiency of their processes by more than one thousand percent. She is regarded as a realistic practitioner who believes people are one of the critical factors for success in any process improvement initiative and coined the phrase, “People are the Process.�?
http://www.innovativeprocessconsulting.com/



Bill Roth

Bill Roth joined LogLogic as CMO in 2009 from BEA, where he served as Vice President of the BEA Workshop Business Unit. Prior to BEA, Roth was Chief Technical Evangelist at Epiphany. Roth has more than 20 years in this industry at companies like Sun Microsystems, Morgan Stanley, and GSI Commerce. Roth was recently named to the “Top 30 Cloud Computing Bloggers” list. Roth earned an M.S. in Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin.
http://www.loglogic.com/



Jordan Braunstein

Jordan Braunstein is the Business Integration & Architecture Principal at Visual Integrator Consulting. Previously, Braunstein started and Managed BearingPoint’s Public Services SOA practice, led a consulting practice at webMethods/Active Software where he was responsible for implementing enterprise integration solutions. Jordan’s customers vary in size and industry. Specialties include: Architecture, SOA, EA, Cloud, BPM, Legacy Modernization, B2Bi, Internal Integration, Governance, Frameworks, Enterprise methodologies, COE, and training.
http://www.visualintegrator.com/



Stephanie Quick

Stephanie is the Managing Principal and Owner of iqu, llc, offering Business Process Analysis and Modeling. She has worked as Lead BPA/M Analyst on various federal process improvement initiatives. Her process improvements are part of a DoD Information Assurance Instruction. Stephanie’s background includes but is not limited to system administration and engineering, database design and management, software engineering, IT management, project and program management and operations management. You can reach her at stephanie.quick@iqullc.com
http://iqullc.com



Saket Saith

Saket Saith has over 15 years of experience architecting business-focused IT solutions for several large enterprises in the Asia-Pacific region. He has keenly followed the development and adoption of SOA and BPM related technologies through his work with software companies like Software AG, Progress Software, and Sun Microsystems. His current interests include Enterprise Architectures, Business Process Management, Data Architectures and IT Strategy. Saket resides in Singapore and travels frequently within the Asia-Pacific region.



Roeland Loggen

Roeland Loggen works as thought leader BPM and case management at Capgemini, where his focus lies on Case management for the public sector. As certified BPM consultant (OCEB certified), he works with clients improving processes, implementing process management and delivering process automation through BPM-Suites. He delivers BPM training through the Capgemini Academy and (as guest-lector) at the MBA of Maastricht Business School. He is fascinated by group dynamics and people behavior, and sees these as integral elements in BPM. Favorite quote: Process is a means, people inspiration and collaboration is key, value is the goal. Read Roeland's Blog
Read his monthly column at the Dutch BPM-Magazine
http://www.capgemini.com/services-and-solutions/challenges/business-process-management/overview/



Kev Wilson

Kev Wilson is the MD of Collaborate HQ, a consultancy and provider of business management SAAS Blueprint hq
http://www.wecollaborate.co.uk



Kenneth Mortimer

I am passionate about improving the business performance of individuals and enterprises. The beneficiary of this improvement is the internal and external customer. Success is recognising that all customers have different values and expectations in the business context. Values are important as they signal customers' expectations in receiving business solutions aligned with their needs. In understanding customer's expectations, I remove causes of work and business rules simplifying business processes and reducing operating costs.
http://www.performance-improvement.com.au/



Steve Weissman

Steve Weissman is a respected thought leader, consultant, and educator in the information management arena. He is the Principal Analyst for the Holly Group.
http://www.hollygroup.com/



Christopher Taylor

Chris Taylor is passionate about technology and innovation, his brittanys, adventure, and dark chocolate. He manages custom and turnkey business solutions for some of the world's largest organizations. Chris speaks frequently about creating great business outcomes at industry events and conferences.
http://www.successfulworkplace.com



Peter Shields

Peter Shields is the founder and MD of BusinessPort.
After 15 years Project & Process Management experience in the oil & gas industry, Peter formed his company in 1996 to create software that integrated business process, risk & compliance into a manageable solution. The company's latest system, `Agility` has had £3m+ invested to bring high levels of transparency to their client organisations: Lloyds Register, Siemens, Centrica, Total Oil & Royal Navy....
Peter has an MBA from Robert Gordon's University in Aberdeen and has had a career-long passion about BPM with its benefits to both business and human performance.
http://www.businessport.net/



Betsy Bilhorn

Betsy Bilhorn is Director of Product Management at Scribe Software, a leading application integration provider for mid-sized customers and partners. Betsy is responsible for leading the company's efforts related to understanding the needs of Scribe's partners and customers, translating those needs into new products and ensuring that these products are enhanced to continually serve their respective markets.
http://www.scribesoft.com/



Tina Gregory

Tina Gregory is an operations, marketing and financial manager working with growing businesses to develop full potential and capitalize on inherent resources. With a background in operations, finance, systems, process design and evolutionary management, combined with experience in multiple industries spanning manufacturing to IT, she has enabled teams to identify, quantify and achieve business objectives. Tina has an MBA from Case Western Reserve University and a B.S. in Operations Management from the University of Illinois.
http://www.elegrity.com/



Jonathan Marcer

Jonathan Marcer is the BPM Business Manager at Professional Advantage. Jonathan is passionate about process! Jonathan has had many past lives in Finance, IT, and Services Management. For the past 10 years Jonathan has been at Professional Advantage helping other businesses improve their performance and address opportunities. Jonathan leads an expert team delivering innovative process and performance management (BPM) solutions utilising XMPro, Jonathan was educated and worked in the UK and now lives in Sydney, Australia.
http://blog.pa.com.au/



Emiel Kelly

I am a trainer/coach at a Dutch BPMS vendor. I trained and coached a lot of companies in BPM(S) and that made me believe that software is hardly ever a solution (often called that way ;-). That's why I founded Procesje.nl: a Dutch blogsite (based on Loesje-posters) about the crazy things I experience in BPMworld.
http://procesje.nl/



Dave Duggal

Dave Duggal, Founder and Managing Director, Consilience International LLC, the developer of the Ideate Framework™.
Dave is a proven business leader who has made a career of building, growing and turning around companies over the last twenty years. The outspoken entrepreneur has been interviewed on Dateline NBC and presented at TED6. He is author of several academic papers on web-style software architecture, an inventor of a patent pending software framework, and has presented at many industry conferences. His passion for addressing fundamental business challenges was the genesis for his latest venture, Consilience International, which he founded with William Malyk in 2009.
http://www.ideate.com



David Bressler

David Bressler is Chief Architect at Software AG where he helps customers quickly achieve success from their process excellence initiatives. He has worked in over 25 countries helping companies implement technology that improves their business performance. David is also a personable public speaker with a knack for creatively explaining complex ideas. David has an MBA in international business from New York University where he graduated with distinction. David is an accomplished diver, athlete, and coach.
http://davidbressler.com



Chris Geier

Chris Geier is a 15-year veteran of the technology industry and specializes in all things Microsoft. He was introduced to SharePoint in 2001 while working for Microsoft services. Chris is currently the community manager for K2, and is a participant in, and advocate for, the SharePoint and process communities. As well as a regular participant/speaker at SharePoint Saturday and other grass roots events. When he's not twiddling with the latest gadgets, software and technology, you'll probably find Chris on a bleacher cheering his budding baseball and gymnastics stars. Chris and his wife Sara have four kids and live in the suburban Chicago area.
http://www.k2.com/en/index.aspx



Bob Sturim

Bob Sturim, Vice President of Engineering of Scribe. As Vice President of Engineering, Bob Sturim drives product strategy and oversees all product development and delivery.
Bob joined Scribe in 2007 from ClickCommerce and Optum, where he served as vice president of research and development. Bob brings over 20 years of software development experience to Scribe Software.
Bob holds a Bachelor of Computer Science degree from Harvard University and an MBA from the Sloan School of Business at MIT.
http://www.scribesoft.com/



John Tesmer

John Tesmer is an expert in benchmarking technologies, having designed and developed systems, tools and processes for collecting, processing and reporting on benchmarking data for IBM and APQC. Tesmer presently is the senior program manager for the Open Standards Benchmarking initiative, responsible for delivery of benchmarking services to customers around the world. Tesmer also leads research projects for APQC in subjects related to process management and process frameworks.
http://www.apqc.org/



Stuart Chandler

Stuart Chandler is Vice President and Global Head of the BPM Practice at Virtusa, a leading global IT company. He has been working with many Fortune 500 companies in their journey to adopt and leverage Business Process Management (BPM). His focus areas include process optimization, solution architecture, and implementing core foundations that enable businesses to transform into agile organizations and accelerate outcomes. Stuart holds MBA and MS-MIS degrees from Boston University.
http://www.virtusa.com/



Jon Ryder

Jon Ryder has fulfilled a number of Marketing and Sales roles within the IT solutions space. Having joined Professional Advantage in March 2009 as a Business Development Manager, Jon's role is primarily that of a solution sales professional focusing upon Business Process Management and our market offering XMPro. Jon and his colleagues deliver innovative solutions to very painful problems in order to achieve rapid and sustainable improvement, and measurable value.
http://www.professionaladvantage.co.uk/



John Januszczak

John Januszczak is a leader in BPM and analytics strategy. His extensive experience with BPM technology and practice has been applied in a broad spectrum of enterprises, including telecommunications, insurance, banking and government services. He is a process modeling and simulation expert who has designed solutions that optimize process, staffing and resource levels for enterprises with complex processes. Most recently, John has been focused on the integration of BPM and workforce management technology, resource optimization, and cloud based simulation and process centric analytics services.
Website: sim4bpm.com
Twitter: @jjanuszczak
http://sim4bpm.com/



Todd A. Miller

Todd A. Miller is Sr. Director of Solutions Delivery, Practices, and Community at HandySoft Global Corporation
Todd A. Miller has over 25 years professional experience in the management of technical projects and resources engaged in software solutions development, business analysis, project management, and large-scale systems deployment. The last seven years have been focused on leveraging the business gains attained through introduction of systematized Business Process Management and Business Intelligence to a growing list of global clients engaged in the healthcare, telecommunications, financial services, education, and natural resource management and distribution industries.
http://www.handysoft.com/?utm_source=ebizq



Christine Parr

Christine Parr's role for the past four years is Process Co-ordinator for Lloyds Register (Marine). She is responsible for the Marine Process System which comprises a framework based on the APQC providing an end to end view of the global operations. The framework links to the process maps of which we have 280 approved and released. All employees globally (3600) have access to the system.
http://www.lr.org/default.aspx



Samantha McCollough

Samantha is the Director of Public Relations for iDatix. When not fervently writing and reading, she enjoys spending time with her dogs and scuba diving. She encourages you to follow her on Twitter @smccollo and connect with her on LinkedIn at: http://www.linkedin.com/in/smccollo
http://www.idatix.com/



Shelley Sweet

Ms. Shelley Sweet is President of I-4 Process (Ideas, Involvement, Implementation, Impact) in Palo Alto, California. Shelley works with companies that need to transform the way they do work and use information. She provides a unique method of modeling processes and analyzing data that accelerates operational improvements, and build leaders and employees who sustain process excellence. Representative clients include Cisco, Bank of America, Chevron, Oracle, Merck, Santa Clara County, and University of California.
http://www.i4process.com/



Jonas Ekstrom

Jonas Ekström is a Process Modeler at SEB (bank/insurance) and is part of a business process competence center that drives the business in process modeling and process improvement initiatives. Jonas has spent several years preparing IT for a transformation to a process-oriented architecture to meet demands for model driven requirements. He has several years of experience from various BPEL and BPMN tools on several platforms including vendors like IBM, Active Endpoints, BizAgi and WSO2.
http://www.seb.se/pow/wcp/english.asp



David Chassels

David Chassels CA, Chief Executive Officer, Procession plc. He was the Founder Chairman of Procession in 1994 and became CEO in December 2001. He has written a number of papers about the importance of technology aligning people and their processes. Previously David was a Partner in BDO and spent 20 years with ICFC/3i where he was actively involved with many early stage companies and advising on fund raising and M&A transactions.
http://procession.com/



Kevin Feldhus

Kevin Feldhus has experience in business, finance and IT, which resulted in him becoming interested in BPM as a communication method between IT and business. Kevin has worked with manufacturing, telecommunications, entertainment, finance, utility, and federal clients to design best practice business processes that align with business strategies to support the development of IT requirements, training, procedure development, and organizational change. He currently is communicating the value of BPM internally and externally to Perficient clients.
http://www.perficient.com/



Patrick Lujan

Patrick Lujan is an enterprise architect with over twenty-five years IT experience in the management, analysis, design, development, testing and implementation of distributed client/server and n-tier Enterprise Content Management and Business Process Management solutions. Patrick's advocacy is a successful implementation, and the tools and the technology, the talent and the teamwork to accomplish that objective. He has successfully and sometimes not-so-successfully (let’s be honest here) engaged thirty-five clients nationwide in implementing ECM, BPM, Records Management and Input Capture technologies from the departmental, collaborative level to enterprise-wide, large-scale systems. You can find Patrick on Twitter here: @pelujan and LinkedIn here: Patrick Lujan.
http://www.bennu.com/



Pritiman Panda

Pritiman Panda is a Technical Architect in a BPM center of excellence for a leading technology firm, and is a great technology enthusiast known on the internet as "thebpmfreak". Pritiman is highly interested in any development in the middleware world, and very recently cloud, Hadoop and bigData. He writes on these topics at thebpmfreak!
http://thebpmfreak.wordpress.com



Mark McGregor

Mark McGregor is a speaker, Certified Coach, NLP Master Practitioner and trainer, helping people become the best that they can be. He achieves this through speaking and training programs, designed to help you “think differently” Mark has shared with audiences around the globe to critical acclaim and trained thousands of professionals. With numerous published books and papers Mark is a sought after coach, facilitator and workshop leader. He has worked in sales, marketing and product management, bringing breadth and depth to his clients. Currently he serves as a Principal Analyst with MWD Advisors, researching process improvement and organizational change.
http://mwdadvisors.com/



Ernest Buise

Ernest Buise facilitates Insight, Overview & Seeing Through regarding Business Processes & BPM as Coprocessor™, as a freelance Business (Process) Consultant/Architect.
Ernest is based in The Netherlands. He was educated as an entrepreneur, specializing in integral risk management & insurance consultancy from 1982-1998. And specializes in business process analyses, design & architecture, BPM (and business rules, requirements and architecture) from 1998-present.
Apart from his projects in domains like insurance, professional services, government, public transport he is addicted to the business process world of public safety & security, in particular emergency rooms and C3i. You can find Ernest here on LinkedIn.
http://www.linkedin.com/in/ernestbuise



Mickey Farrance

Mickey Farrance manages technical communications and content at BonitaSoft, the leading open source BPMS provider. She has been with the company since its creation in 2009 and has become an enthusiastic advocate for “the democratization of BPM.” Mickey has over 20 years of hands-on experience with process, process and more process - as a former "rocket scientist," she previously held engineering positions in aerospace at NASA, Lockheed-Martin, and General Electric.
Join Mickey for a peek behind the scenes at BonitaSoft.
Find Mickey on LinkedIn and Twitter
http://www.bonitasoft.com/



Peter Johnston

I specialise in making technology accessible - in pulling brilliant products through the chasm and showing people why they make such a difference.
That takes considerable technical understanding and teamwork with experts. It also takes real business understanding of the human factors and what really drives company performance and improvement.
I believe:
1) There are no green fields left. Everyone has expertise and knows solutions which work. I believe in building on this expertise rather than starting from scratch.
2) Buying is collaborative. Put something on a meeting agenda and by the time the meeting rolls round people will have solutions, vendors, key features and even pricing. Leading a buying decision is about bringing all of these thoughts and perspectives together, not about becoming the expert who tells everyone else what they should have.
3) Buying starts long before the defined purchase process. Every day in response to push marketing, we make Yes/No/Maybe decisions about dozens of products and solutions. Building credibility here is vital. Preferred partner is also a much better achievement to aim at than a sale.
4) Buying is as much about satisfying personal needs as corporate ones. It is important to remember that for major purchases it is a career decision and credibility is on the line.
5) Marketing is the interface between customer and company - helping people make the right decisions for them, not pushing what the company wants to sell.
I'm at T-Impact because they share my approach. They can transform the capability of a business within weeks. They can set it up for the future with systems which improve, not decay over time. They speak business, not IT and cut through to the real business drivers.
But no-one has heard of them or understands just what can be achieved. That's the sort of challenge I like.
http://t-impact.com/



Therese McGee

Therese McGee has more than 25 years of sales and marketing experience in enterprise software and business process management. She is expert at developing and executing marketing strategies that support customer-centric and solution-focused business models. In addition to her consulting practice, Therese is Vice President, Marketing at e5 Workflow and has also served in various global marketing capacities at Exari, SPSS (IBM), Interwoven (Hewlett-Packard), and FileNet Corporation (IBM). In addition to her marketing experience, she also has deep domain expertise in multiple industries including healthcare, financial services and insurance.
http://www.e5workflow.com/



Azeez

Abdulazeez M. Sadeqi (Azeez) is the Head of Business Process Management in National Bank of Kuwait (NBK Group) and Deputy Head of Process Re-engineering. He received his B.S. in Food and Human Nutrition from Colorado State University with a Minor in Anatomy & Neurobiology in 2004. His final semester at the University he was recruited by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and as he was going through the process of acceptance in the Bureau, which can take several years, he felt it to be beneficial to learn finance. At the end of 2004, Azeez Joined Key Bank (Key Corp) in Denver Colorado as a Teller, he used his knowledge of medicine and nutrition to his advantage, and as he grew through the ranks at Key Bank, Azeez held a portfolio of mostly clients in the health industry. In 2008 he made the decision to cancel his process in the FBI and accepted a position with NBK, in their Consumer Lending Department. His achievement in the department was the transformation of the department into an organized department that was able to produce quality work, faster service and accurate reporting. This was the stage in his life where he found his interest in Business Process Management. In 2010 he was appointed to head a new department that manages NBK group processes and procedures. In addition, Azeez also continued his education, receiving his Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Liverpool (UK) in 2012. His dissertation was focused on Change Management. Azeez also is a PRINCE2 certified Project Manager and Change Management Practitioner. He can be reached at AbdulAzizSadeqi(at)nbk.com



Chris Tookey

Chris Tookey works for Systain-able, a company that evaluates processes and systems in organisations and communities. Chris' interest in BPM is in creating effective relationships between the person and the technology in different organisational structures.
http://www.systain-able.co.uk/



Niels Doeleman

Niels Doeleman has over 12 years of experience in Business Process Management and Enterprise Architecture with top-500 companies. His field of expertise spreads from process modeling (EPC, BPMN 2.0), process optimization (Kaizen, Lean Six Sigma) to Architecture (ArchiMate). Niels graduated from the executive program Euro*MBA (a consortium of the top 6 European Business Schools) in International Business. He is the co-founder and Managing Partner of bQuind BV a BPM specialist covering Western-Europe and the Nordics.
http://www.bquind.nl/



Daniele Chenal

Daniele Chenal is an entrepreneur and independent consultant with expertise in Business Process Management, Software Development Lifecycle Management and Software Product Management and Marketing. She co-founded and ran an SDLC software and consulting company, worked for a BPM software vendor for a dozen years and held various positions in leading technology companies including Compaq Computers and Hewlett Packard. Daniele is Lean Office Certified and studied IT Benchmarking and Computer Science at Stanford University.



Mike Cerniglia

Mike Cerniglia has been with MicroPact since its inception and, as the lead architect for systems and software, is responsible for the development of all products. He has spearheaded the company's transition from being a predominantly services-based organization to offering enterprise-class software and services. Mr. Cerniglia has played a vital role in bringing MicroPact's industry-leading products to market, including entellitrak, entellidoc, and icomplaints.
http://www.micropact.com/



Alena Callaghan

Alena Callaghan is the Web Marketing Manager for Appian, the market leader in modern Business Process Management software. She is responsible for Appian’s web and social media presence. She has over 6 years of experience in marketing BPM software. Prior to joining Appian, she managed social communities in a wide range of industries. Follow Alena on Twitter here
http://www.appian.com/



Tom Baeyens

Tom Baeyens is CEO of Effektif.com, a company which provides easy process automation on the cloud. Previously he created jBPM and Activiti, which make up a significant portion of all running BPM engines worldwide. Tom is passionate about leveraging web technologies that will simplify BPM.
http://www.effektif.com/



Nicholas Kitson

Nicholas Kitson heads up the BPM practice for Capgemini Financial Services. A passionate advocate of BPM. he has designed and lead a number of high profile BPM enagements across a number of platforms. He also has a depth of experience in Case Management and setting up BPM Centres of Excellence.
http://www.capgemini.com/financialservices



Shyam

Shyam is interested in all things BPM particularly how it affects customer, staff, and profits. He is interested in finding the sweet spot between these 3 critical factors and how the interrelation between all 3 enables results in BPM maturity.



Eli Stutz

As Head of knowledge and collaboration for PNMsoft, Eli Stutz manages all information regarding the BPM Suite, Sequence Kinetics. He composes white papers and case studies on BPM-related topics, and leads webinars on product and business process management technology. In addition, Eli manages the company's online documentation and the company website.
http://www.pnmsoft.com/



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