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Implementing Business Process Monitoring and Management Solutions

Date: September 08, 2004

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

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Featured Speakers:

Beth Gold-Bernstein, Independent consultant (bio)
Beth T. Smith, Vice President, Business Innovation and Optimization, IBM (bio)


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This webinar will be in two parts. The first part will be presentented by Beth Gold-Bernstein, Vice President for Strategic Services, ebizQ, who will be speaking about Implementing Business Process Monitoring and Management Solutions.

The second part will be presented by Beth Smith, Vice President of Business Performance Management of IBM, who will be speaking about Gaining Real-time Visibility into your Business with Business Performance Management.

Implementing Business Process Monitoring and Management Solutions - Beth Gold-Bernstein, Vice President for Strategic Services, ebizQ

Companies seeking to optimize business processes, reduce operational costs, and gain real-time visibility into key performance indicators will be interested in Business Process Management (BPM) software, Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) and collaboration software (also called groupware). While these capabilities require integration with enterprise applications, the integration can come from the existing enterprise infrastructure or can be implemented with application adapters or Web services. Process level integration and management provides business agility and considerable strategic advantage to companies.

This portion of the webinar will help you understand:

  • The business benefits of Process Monitoring and Management
  • Why collaboration software is growing in importance
  • How the concept of BAM (Business Activity Monitoring) is evolving and the types of solutions currently available
  • Best practices for maximizing the benefits for your organization.
    Gain Real-time Visibility into your Business with Business Performance Management - Beth Smith Vice President of Business Performance Management, IBM

    To increase the overall agility of a company both Business and IT executives must work together in ways that were previously unavailable to achieve the company’s goals. Combining those unique efficiency projects from both the business and IT parts of the enterprise with corporate scorecards and dashboards to support the business strategy is the goal of Business Performance Management. Beth Smith will discuss how Business Performance Management solutions help an organization respond to their customers’ needs, their competitors’ actions and regulatory changes by enabling business leaders to see, understand and adapt their business processes and the corresponding IT infrastructure in a disciplined and iterative way.

  • Giveaway

    Enterprise Integration: The Essential Guide to Integration Solutions
    by Beth Gold-Bernstein & William Ruh

    ebizQ will be giving away a THREE copies of the new book, Enterprise Integration: The Essential Guide to Integration Solutions, to three lucky attendees. The winner will be announced during the live webinar. You must attend the live broadcast to be eligible for the drawing.

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    Featured Speaker Bios:

    Beth Gold-Bernstein is an author and independent consultant specializing in SOA solutions. www.gold-bernstein.com.

    Beth Smith is the Vice President, Business Innovation and Optimization. In this role, Beth drives IBM's Business Innovation and Optimization initiative, including development, marketing, sales and business development. This initiative spans segments of IBM's Software Group product portfolio and leverages a variety of IBM Business Consulting Services offerings.

    She was previously the Director of Solutions Development for IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences, where she was responsible for bringing new technology solutions to the pharmaceutical, biotech, and healthcare provider and payer markets.

    During her career, Beth has held a variety of management and technical roles across IBM’s Software Group; she has an extensive background with IBM in the area of data applications and application development tools. Prior assignments include the IMS Product Manager; Program Director for IBM’s EDMSuite (Enterprise Document Management Suite), a document management solution for production imaging, archiving, and workflow.

    Beth joined IBM in 1987 after graduating from North Carolina State University with a BS in Computer Science. In 2000, Beth received the Tribute to Women in Industry award from the YWCA of Santa Clara Valley.

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