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Free webinar with Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst, Craig Le Clair on the difference between BPM and Dynamic Case Management

Submitted by Singularity on Tue, 2011-09-06 15:07

Find out the real difference between BPM and Case Management.

Join Forrester Vice President and Principal Analyst, Craig Le Clair at this Singularity-hosted webinar, as he discusses the difference between BPM and Dynamic Case Management and illustrates how Case Management can help organizations leverage their investment in packaged business applications and tame untamed processes.

Craig will be joined on this webinar by Singularity’s Product Marketing Manager, Peter Whibley, who will discuss how Singularity can deliver Case Management solutions to the Microsoft aligned organization using their TotalAgility product. Attend this webinar to learn how familiar Microsoft products, augmented with Singularity's TotalAgility software product, deliver on the key characteristics of Dynamic Case Management releasing the agility in your organization.



Date: Sept 15, 2011
Time: 11AM EDT/4PM BST

Who Should Attend: COOs, Operations Managers, Process Analysts, CIOs, CTOs, System Architects, Performance Analysts, IT Managers, Project Managers, Delivery Managers and IT Consultants.

Featured Speakers:
Craig Le Clair, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research Inc.
Peter Whibley, Product Marketing Manager, Singularity



Olivia Bushe
Marketing Manager, Singularity
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