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Boosting Productivity: learn BPM with us!

Submitted by intalio on Mon, 2012-03-26 20:32

The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore has recently announced a $46M stimulus to encourage productivity. Intalio has been helping its customers enhancing the productivity of their workforce for more than 12 years and we have been fortunate to experience the same success in Asia Pacific.

Several of our customers including airlines companies, international banks as well as insurances or manufacturing companies have reported 30% to 70% improved productivity with the adoption of Business Process Management and deployment of Intalio|BPMS.

Our expertise is so recognized that our training classes in Singapore have been registered through the CITREP program. As a reminder our classes are delivered by Intalio experts who work on a variety of projects in the APAC region.

Please note that we are opening a new class in Auckland.

Business Process Management Training class

If you are interested in learning more about BPM but you are not sure you want to commit 4 days of your schedule, you can also try our elearning platform to familiarize yourself with concepts such as BPMN, 6 sigma, business key performance indicators,business activity monitoring or business rules.

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Intalio delivers private cloud computing solutions that can be deployed on demand or on premises.
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