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Creating Advantage through BPM

Date: September 12, 2006

Time: 02:00 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:

Phil Larson, Director of Product Strategy, Appian (bio)
Andrew Spanyi, Founder and Managing Director, Spanyi International Inc. (bio)


Moderator:

David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

Appian

Find out how process management can help you provide customers with "more for less" on a sustainable basis, thereby creating competitive advantage for your organization. Internationally-recognized BPM industry expert Andrew Spanyi will discuss how a customer-centric, process-based view of business leads to customer value creation; Phil Larson of Appian will then demonstrate how BPM suite functionality can help companies get and stay ahead of the competition.
What you will learn:

  • What role does process management play in creating competitive advantage?
  • How can the functionality in a BPM suite help you get ahead of the competition?



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Featured Speaker Bios:

Phil Larson, Director of Product Strategy for Appian Corporation, guides the strategic vision of Appian Enterprise, the company's flagship solution. With more than 6.1 million seats deployed, Appian Enterprise is an industry-leading enterprise BPM suite and is being used in a wide range of projects within government agencies, non-government organizations, and Fortune 500 companies.

Andrew Spanyi is the founder and Managing Director of Spanyi International Inc.

Andrew has nearly two decades of consulting experience including assignments as a Principal of the Rummler-Brache Group, and a Practice Manager with Kepner-Tregoe Inc.

His management experience includes assignments with SCONA as a senior Vice President and with Xerox Learning Systems (also known as Learning International) as a Director of Marketing and Business Development.

He has managed over 100 major performance improvement projects and has taken part in the development of dozens of sales and management training programs.

His clients in the private sector have included global organizations in the financial services, pharmaceutical, telecommunications, chemical and oil & gas industries.

Andrew?s areas of practice leadership include:
  • Process Management
  • Change Management
  • Performance Measurement
He is regularly asked to speak at conferences and has published articles with magazines such as Industrial Engineer, Contingency Planning and Management, Wireless Review, Plant Magazine, Purchasing and Canadian Plastics.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Economics), and earned his MBA [Marketing/Finance] from York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


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