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Everything's a Process - Leveraging BPM to Reach Optimization

Date: October 10, 2007

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:

Ben Cody, Vice President of Product Management and Marketing, Global 360 (bio)
Steve Yi, Senior Product Manager, Connected Systems Division, Microsoft (bio)


David A. Kelly

Sponsored By:

Microsoft and Global 360

Global competitive dynamics are driving organizations to address operational challenges associated with manual, paper based business processes. Learn how to leverage the latest releases of the Microsoft & Global 360 BPM solutions to reinvent processes that span systems, departments and organizations, providing a best of breed solution for automating, managing and optimizing business processes.

Why You Should Attend:
  • BPMS Capabilities and Benefits
  • Emergence of Process Intelligence
  • Long Term Market Implications

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Featured Speaker Bios:

Ben Cody brings more than 16 years of technology industry experience to Global 360, providing leadership for product management and product marketing initiatives across the companyÍs portfolio of BPM, Intelligence and Optimization solutions.

Prior to joining Global 360, Ben was a senior director of product management at Inovis, a Dallas-based global business-to-business technology firm, where he led the Product Management team responsible for the Inovis line of B2B Integration Products. Before this, Ben was senior director of software development, leading a technology project chartered with delivering a next generation B2B integration platform for the InovisÍ Managed Services business.

Previously, Ben spent seven years with Harbinger, Inc. / Peregrine Systems as director of Product Management, director of Business Development and director of Software Development, and two years at Texas Instruments, serving as a software engineer and product specialist.

Steve Yi is a product manager for BizTalk Server and partner ISV strategy. In previous roles at Microsoft, Steve has worked within Microsoft Consulting and in Developer & Platform Evangelism technical evangelism. Prior to Microsoft, he has led architecture efforts on large .NET and J2EE system integration projects, as well as authored articles for Visual Studio Magazine and ServerWorld. He obtained his Masters in Business Administration from Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX.

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