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Intalio BPM and SOA Training

Submitted by intalio on Fri, 2012-01-20 13:17

Intalio in 2012 is planning its first BPMS and SOA Training in India, Bangalore February 7 - 10, 2012.


Community members who what to learn more about Intalio, partners gearing up their consultants to support customers and customers using or going to use Intalio to improve their business process are all invited to attend.

Do not miss this opportunity to learn how you can apply the knowledge to give yourself and your company a clear competitive advantage.

The training helps you  to understand, design, build and execute business processes using the widely adopted BPMN notation, BPEL, BPEL4People standards and integrate to your SOA infrastructure. The skilled acquired during the training can be used on other major BPMS solutions that comply with these standards. The training provides you with Intalio's Enterprise Edition to build an actual process for assessment.

No programming experience is required for this course! What's more you get to install our complete BPMS Enterprise Edition on your notebook and use it during the training.


Only limited seats are available to ensure that the participants get full attention from the process expert instructor. For more details and registration,

Click here

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