11 years, 1 month ago

ProVision Comes to Gartner EA Summit: architecture projects have a greater focus more on business value

Link: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/BecauseProcessMatters/~3/NTKxCZ1yhFA/

Last month we were showing and sharing at the Gartner BPM Summit in Washington, where we had over 200 people attending one of our sessions! And received some pretty amazing feedback from participants, a couple of people suggesting our session was the best session of the entire conference!

Well it is nearly time to head back to Washington. This time for the Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit – although the name may be a little deceiving as Gartner, like OpenText are seeing that the real interest among customers is for Business Architecture, rather than Enterprise Architecture – and this an area where ProVision scores very highly, among analysts and customers alike.

The theme of Business Architecture vs. Enterprise Architecture and why they are different will be a topic we will be addressing in our OpenText conference session, as well as providing you with ideas and insights that ensure that you can go away with concrete actions to ensure your success..

For our session I am delighted that we will be joined by a number of our customers including Diana Krohn of United Airlines, Tim Price of Hewlett Packard, Kathryn Cluff of FiServ and David Simpson of Salt River Project. Rather than the typical vendor case study session we wanted to once again bring you something different, so these fine folks will be joining me on a panel discussion on the “Value and Importance of Business Architecture”, where we will explore issues such the need for an architectural approach to business? How do you go about getting the business case justified? And how do you get people to collaborate better?

Each of the panellists has a great deal of experience and success in creating and driving business architecture initiatives within organisations. If we ask nicely, they will hopefully share some of the things that didn’t work, as well as the things that did – it’s always cheaper to learn from the successes (and mistakes) of others!

So why not come and join us on Wednesday, May 22 at 3.00pm – it is certain to be a lively and informative session.  Can’t be there? Then why not tweet me (@markmcgregor) the questions you would like the panel to address using the hashtag #OpenTextBA.

Related posts:

  1. Thoughts from Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit Last week, Gartner’s US Enterprise Architecture Summit in San Diego…
  2. Must See Guide for Gartner BPM Summit As one of the largest BPM conferences in the world,…
  3. Power of EA + BPM: Thoughts from Gartner EA Summit The Gartner Enterprise Architecture Summit in London came to a…

Related posts brought to you by Yet Another Related Posts Plugin.