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3rd International Workshop and Practitioner Day on BPMN

Submitted by AbhaPandey on Fri, 2011-11-11 12:25

Date: 21-22 November 2011
Venue: Lucerne, Switzerland




The Business Process Model and Notation (BPMN) standard has seen a huge uptake in both,  industry and academic research. It is considered as  key  to effective business process modeling, analysis, and execution. Its promise of being one language for Business and IT has made it very popular with business analysts, tool vendors, practitioners, and end users. Numerous standard implementations are listed on the OMG website.

After two successful workshops in Vienna, Austria and Potsdam, Germany, this third workshop brings together practitioners and researchers to share experiences and discuss the latest developments around BPMN.

Languages are English and German.

The program will feature three main events

  • Anwendertag / Practitioner Day (in German and English) featuring experience reports of applying BPMN in the industries and public services
  • Ausstellung / Exhibition  (in German and English) showing  commercial products and innovative tools around BPMN and business process management
  • Scientific Workshop (in English only) discussing challenges and latest research results around the BPMN standard

Proceedings of the event will be published in the Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) series by Springer and feature the full scientific papers as well as application-oriented short papers and  practitioner reports.

The accepted publications and presentations can be found at the Anwendertag / Practitioner Day and Scientific Workshop pages.

For inquiries concerning the workshop,pracitioner day and exhibition or sponsoring the event see the Contact page.

For registration

Abha Pandey
Business Analyst, with experience in Requirement Gatherings and Business Process Consulting
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