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Getting Started with BPM

Date: May 17, 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:

Jeff Ward, Manager General Financial Information Systems, Lee Memorial Health System (bio)
Alison Stoeltje, Content Operations Manager, Hoover's Inc. (bio)
John Close, VP Marketing, Lombardi Software (bio)


Beth Gold-Bernstein

Sponsored By:

Lombardi Software

BPM has fast become one of the hottest technologies because businesses can quickly leverage it to achieve new operating efficiencies and effectiveness. But for companies considering BPM solutions, there are still a lot of questions.
What is the value of BPM to the business and to IT?
Is BPM a business or technology decision?
Where do you start?
How quickly can you expect results?
How do companies use BPM to become more process-centric and competitive?

For answers to these and other key questions, join us for an informative, interactive one-hour webinar and learn how leading companies are using BPM technology to streamline costs and reduce cycle-times every day. Attendees will hear the real-world experiences of Lombardi clients as they cut through the hype and provide examples of how BPM has helped their companies in clear, easy to understand business and IT terms. And because the session is live and interactive, your questions will be answered in real-time during the event.

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Jeff Ward has worked in Healthcare IT since 1985, with the last 15 years spent at Lee Memorial Health System, Fort Myers, Florida. Lee Memorial a leading provider of healthcare services in the Southwest Florida community and is nationally recognized for excellence in healthcare. The company is also well-known for the efficiency of its operations and sustainability of overall performance. Year after year it has been able to provide superior healthcare throughout the Southwest Florida community that Lee Memorial serves, while holding the line on costs and expanding services. Jeff's role includes the oversight and supervision of business systems applications throughout the organization. Jeff was educated at the University of Central Florida, gaining a BS in Statistics and a minor in Mathematics with focused course work in Computer Science.

John Close is Vice President of Marketing at Lombardi. In this role, he has the responsibility of communicating Lombardięs value and supporting the efforts of a growing sales organization. John has over 15 years experience in the technology business and prior to Lombardi led the product management and marketing teams at three high growth enterprise software companies. Originally a professional scientist, John also spent five years in strategic management consulting and holds an MBA from INSEAD.

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