Wow, Enterprise World 2013 is really shaping up nicely and I am very happy with the speakers we have secured, to not only share how BPM is evolving in the market, but also at OpenText. First, we have a great keynote session with Jim Sinur, Gartner emeritus and expert in the field of Business Process Management. He is going to talk about how BPM is evolving in order to survive, and hopefully your organization is as well. Don’t miss this session and the great insights from Jim.
Keynote: BPM is Evolving in Order to Survive: Are you?
Join Gartner emeritus Jim Sinur as this insightful, thought-provoking leader offers his lively and practical views on attaining success in the evolving world of BPM. Jim shares his experiences from working with vendors, users, and analysts for over 30 years. Sometimes contentious, but always insightful and thought provoking, Jim is certain to provide a lively and practical view on how we can all be more successful if we think differently.
We have a great list of speakers who will be sharing their real-world successes from implementing our BPM technology. And their stories are very impressive! I am very pleased to announce that we will have PSCU joining us to share their story, which was recently selected for a Global Award for Excellence in BPM and Workflow from the WfMC and bpm.com– way to go PSCU!
We will also hear from Mercer, Allergan, Farm Credit Services of America, ParsonsBrinkerhoff, Getronics, CIZ, and Whitlock Infrastructure Solutions.
Join our BPM experts from R&D, Product Management, and Product Marketing as they discuss:
- What’s New with OpenText BPM? – Looking Ahead 12 Months
- Getting Started with Smart Process Applications
- Real-Time Process Intelligence with managerView
- BPM Everywhere: The Social App for BPM and Case Management
- Assure for Digital Supply Chain Management: Streamline Asset Creation and Campaign Execution to Drive Revenue
Interested in a sneak peek at our latest UI innovation and providing feedback in how we can make it even better? Join us at the innovation lab. In the Innovation Lab at Enterprise World 2013, you will get to try out new and exciting products, and collaborate with OpenText user experience designers and researchers to shape the future of our products.
Business Process Management (BPM) Unified User Experience
Help us shape the next generation of BPM products by providing feedback on our new modern look and feel, layout designer, and HTML 5 controls. Your participation will help us create a more engaging, robust, and intuitive experience for end users, partners and customers.
Techie Tuesday Sessions
You have asked for more technical sessions and we listened. Join us on Tuesday, for an in-depth look and technical focus on:
- Building Smart Process Applications
- Cloud Provisioning and Integration: Lessons Learned from Enterprise Deployments
- Practical Model Driven Development
See the latest releases of MBPM, Case360, Process360 and Cordys live and talk with our solution experts in the expo hall. The Expo hall is a great place to get quality time with the product experts!
Networking and Executive Meetings
And if all that wasn’t enough, Enterprise World is a great opportunity to network with your peers and your OpenText team. Take advantage of every opportunity to meet with us. Whether you are a customer, prospective customer, or partner, we look forward to the chance to meet with you at this event. We learn from every meeting and this helps us to better understand your business.
You are going to have a great time in Orlando and I can’t wait to see you there! Register Now.
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