BPM-CON Explores BPM as ‘Command and Control’ for Profits and Decision Making on Nov. 17
On November 17, IDN will present the next in its ongoing series of online conferences for BPM (business process management). The theme for the upcoming BPM-CON conference is Using BPM as Command and Control for Improving Profits and Decision Making.
The next BPM-CON multi-vendor online conference will be held on Thursday, November 17. The latest in the series of events for BPM (business process management) will have the theme Using BPM as Command and Control for Improving Profits and Decision Making.
At BPM-CON, leading BPM experts discuss the benefits of combining today’s powerful BPM solutions, which combine traditional business processes, with events, alerts, unstructured data and other resources. Top BPM experts will explore proven strategies and technologies for improving competitiveness, profitability, and even real-time decision making.
BPM-CON’s topics will include:
- Overviews of the powerful new “Command and Control” capabilities of BPM
- How “events” are supercharging the ability of BPM to deliver visibility, agility and profits
- The most effective ways to speed up measurable ROI, through automation, reuse, templates and Best Practices
- How to let your employees use BPM to monitor, control and adjust workflows to improve customer satisfaction and optimize revenues
- How to help systems “learn and adjust” to variables and make the best operational decisions – even in near real-time.
- Steps to take to empower business users to make on-the-fly changes, and still retain guardrails (to maintain governance and compliance
“One of the most profound trends in today’s BPM is the fact that companies are now using it to create a command-and-control,” said Vance McCarthy, Program Director for BPM-CON. “This edition of BPM-CON will explore how the latest BPM platforms are opening up whole new opportunities – thanks to new levels of power, visibility and simplicity.”
The BPM-CON online series is unique among BPM events as it presents content useful to both IT and business decision makers, including:
Overviews of the latest and most-popular BPM technologies
Detailed BPM case studies, including problem solving, implementation and ROI
Proven best practices for using BPM to boost efficiency, eliminate waste, improve customer service and even tap into new profit opportunities
“BPM-CON has a strong reputation among IT and business stakeholders because we show them how BPM solutions are making companies more profitable, more competitive and more responsive to customers.” said IDN Publisher Tom Donoghue. “With this latest edition, I'm sure BPM-CON will continue to attract a range of key decision makers, including IT architects, process experts, business decision-makers and line-of-business managers.”