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Explore the future of BPM with Bonitasoft

Explore the future of BPM with Bonitasoft | Living Process | Scoop.it

Date : June 13
Time: 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
City: London
One year ago, Bonitasoft released Bonita BPM 6, setting a new technical foundation which led the way for innovation in the world of BPM.

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Come join Bonitasoft in London, Paris or Rome and take part in this dialogue about where BPM is going...including concepts around Living Process

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Countdown To #bpmNEXT 2014

Countdown To #bpmNEXT 2014 | Living Process | Scoop.it

The conference that I was most excited to attend last year was bpmNEXT, conceived and executed by Bruce Silver and Nathaniel Palmer: “it’s like DEMO for BPM” is how Bruce originally described it to me, and that’s how it turned out.

Living Process's insight:

Sandy Kemsley offers some good reasons why bpmNEXT is w worthwhile conference for "learning, networking and collaborating"...we'll add that "Defining the Next Generation of Process Innovation" is definitely oriented to the future of BPM.

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bpmNEXT : Defining the Next Generation of Process Innovation

bpmNEXT : Defining the Next Generation of Process Innovation | Living Process | Scoop.it

Sandy Kemsley is blogging the best of bpmNEXT. Follow her as she follows the conference at Column2 and #bpmNext

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To the back office and beyond: New frontiers for BPM (Transcript)

To the back office and beyond: New frontiers for BPM (Transcript) | Living Process | Scoop.it

"Business Process Management used to be one of the domains of the back office as it helps companies speed up processes like order processing..."


Via Martina Simon
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Perspective from E. Scott Menter: "You can even go one step further then this and go directly to your customers and embracing them within your business processes. In a sense you have wrapped your arms around the customer, around the sales person, around the support people and around the back office all through this one solution."

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