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Business Process Management Conference 2012

Submitted by AbhaPandey on Mon, 2012-06-04 17:34

Co-located with the Enterprise Architecture Conference Europe 2012
18-20 June 2012
Radisson Blu , Portman Hotel, London, UK
This conference brings together both BPM Europe and EA Europe in a single platformgiving you opportunity to discover the benefits of BusinessProcess Management and Enterprise Architecture put together.
Last year’s conference was a great success and the co-location was really well received by all delegates.This year

  • Delegates will be able to participate in Europe's leading Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Management conferences that are not analyst or vendor led but are designed by practitioners for practitioners, providing content that is up-to-date and relevant to the audience
  • The conferences will provide an excellent mix of theory, visions and practical implementations
  • Delegates will be able to select from 5 conference tracks - 2 tracks on BPM, 2 tracks on EA and 1 joint track on Business Architecture
  • Choose from 12 pre-conference seminars, led by experienced practitioners and leaders in their field
  • Choose from 20 case studies and learn from organizations who have already implemented world class BPM and EA approaches and solutions

Invitations for the Speakers
Presentation proposals are now being accepted for this conference. If you or any of your team have a formal presentation proposals to contribute to this event you can submit it at or  Please read the Speaker Guidelines carefully before submitting the presentation or
Featured speakers in 2011 Conferences included

  • Roger Burlton, BP Trends, Associates
  • Paul Harmon, BPTrends, Associates
  • Professor
  • Thomas Lawton, EMYLON, Business School
  • Ian Gotts, Nimbus
  • Alec Sharp, Clariteq, Systems Consulting
  • John Zachman, Zachman International
  • Sally Bean, Sally Bean Ltd
  • Pete Truman, Capgemini
  • Jason Bloomberg, Intellyx LLC

Themes and Topics for this conference sessions include

  • Building BP Capabilities
  • Using BPM to Change How Businesses Are Managed
  • BPM Governance and the Centre of Expertise
  • BPM Success Stories
  • Process Modelling Analysis and Design Techniques and Best Practices
  • Business Process Innovations
  • Process-Centric Approaches to Business Rules and Business Analysis
  • BPM Solution Implementation
  • BPM Human Change
  • BPM and Emerging Trends
  • EA Success Stories
  • EA and Business Change
  • Developing an EA programme and practice
  • EA Frameworks, Methods and Tools
  • Emerging EA trends
  • EA's relationship to other disciplines

Deadline is Monday 5th December 2011
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IRM UK, BPM Trends

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