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How to Take BPM to Another Level in Your Organization

Date: March 02, 2006

Time: 12:00 pm US Eastern

All dates and times are NY local time, please consult your favorite world clock to determine when this webinar takes place in your time zone.

Featured Speakers:

Jim Sinur, Vice President, Gartner (bio)
Susan Ganeshan, Vice President, Product Development, webMethods, Inc. (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

webMethods, Inc.

This Webinar will concentrate on the essential ingredients necessary to have a successful BPM program in your organization. It will talk through the five essential areas that Gartner has found in research and client experiences that deliver incremental success.

ATTEND THIS WEBINAR to learn the answers to the following questions:

What are the five essential areas in the BPM biosphere?
What are the three phases of BPM focus over the next decade?
How will BPM techniques and tools evolve to support advanced business processes?

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Jim Sinur is a recognized thought leader in the Business Process Management, Business Rules Management and Decision Optimization arenas. Until recently, he was the Chief Strategy Officer for Global360 and was responsible for the advancement of Global 360’s products in the BPM and Process Intelligence markets. Prior to joining Global 360, Jim Sinur served as a VP at Gartner Research where he researched topics including BPM, business modeling, business activity monitoring and process intelligence technologies.

Jim Sinur served as the Director of Worldwide Technologies for American Express. Before joining American Express, Sinur spent time at Northwestern Mutual Life, where he was involved in the design and building of business-critical applications in the investment and annuity departments. Additionally, Sinur led the development of the company’s Underwriting Workbench.

Susan Ganeshan leads webMethods' product team, where she defines the product strategy and implements the company's overall product roadmap. In this capacity, Ms. Ganeshan's team is responsible for identifying and prioritizing user and market requirements across all of the company's product offerings, working collaboratively across product development, marketing, sales, professional services and other third parties to manage the release of all software from webMethods. She directs the webMethods' Global Customer Council, where she serves as an influential advocate for users. During her career with webMethods, she has led the successful integration of several acquired software products into what has become the company's flagship product suite, webMethods Fabric.

With over 13 years experience, Ms Ganeshan has served with TPN Register, CheckFree Corporation, and Deloitte Consulting in positions encompassing software development, quality assurance, implementation, product management, and marketing responsibilities.

Ms. Ganeshan is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in Mathematics.

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