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Videos

Here are some BPM Savvion Videos which could be useful for the community.

How to Start and Stop Savvion Servers
This video shows you how to start and Stop a Savvion Business Manager Server
Outside-In Dashboard Risk Assessment
This tutorial video shows how to make Customer Expectation Management Method risk assessment with Outside-In Dashboard.
Interview of Steve Towers about Outside-In thinking
Interviewed by Janne Ohtonen of BP Group Steve Towers outlines the differences between traditional industrial age methods and...
Outside-In Dashboard how to handle Activities
This tutorial video shows how to handle activities in Outside-In Dashboard based on the Customer Experience Management Method.
Tomorrow's Software Solutions, Today.
Learn what the CEO of this successful agile consulting firm says about the rapid results that his company is able to achieve for...
Outside-In Dashboard Defining Successful Customer Outcome
This video shows how to define Successful Customer Outcome on Outside-In Dashboard.
Introduction to Outside-In Dashboard
Welcome to this video introduction of Outside-In Dashboard, which is the only ONLINE tool available for Certified Process...
What does being operationally responsive mean to Sallie Mae?
It means reinventing themselves so that they can offer more products, in a more timely manner, to over 10 million customers. To...
Keynote by Dr. John Bates & John Goodson - Progress Revolution
Dr. John Bates & John Goodson give the keynote at Progress Revolution 2011
Designing a web interface in RunMyProcess
This series of tutorial videos shows how to use the RunMyProcess Workflow Builder platform. The videos guide you step-by-step...
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