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Thursday, November 4, 2010

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

KEYNOTE: THE NEXT BIG THING IN BPM: REAL-TIME PROCESS GUIDANCE

James Kobielus, Senior Analyst, FORRESTER RESEARCH

Business Process Management (BPM) will gain new value as it becomes Web 2.0-enabled and continues to adapt to trends such as dynamic and event processing. Forrester believes Web 2.0-enabled BPM is one of the top technology trends for enterprises to watch over the next three years – but very few organizations are trying to apply social to runtime executable business processes, such as connecting BPM to Jive or Twitter to provide context during process execution. Why are so few BPM programs applying social to runtime processes? This presentation will focus on the impact of Web 2.0-enabled BPM technologies, such as process mashups and proceses wikis, and the impact they will have on enterprise over the next 3-5 years.

 

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