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BPA-as-a-service: process thinking at a new level, featuring Jim Sinur (former Gartner Research VP)


Date: Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014

Time: 11:00 am EST / 5:00 pm CET (check local time)

What You Will Learn

You need buy-in from your organization for processes that will improve business outcomes, practices and service for your customers. How do you get there? Business Process Analysis (BPA)-as-a-service is an excellent starting point. With it, you can leverage social collaboration during process design and optimization—essential in the “big process” movement that manages work end-to-end.

Get all the details in this webinar co-hosted by Jim Sinur, former Gartner Research VP.

By attending, you could win a free Process Live welcome package worth more than $600. Every attendee will receive Jim’s new paper, “The Value of Business Process Analysis-as-a-Service: How Process Thinking is Lifted to the Next Level.”

Key topics

·        Thought leadership information on the latest process management trends

·        The ins and out of BPA-as-a-Service

·        The human factor and value of BPAd Attend?





Jim Sinur Former Research VP at Gartner, Business Process Expert Jim Sinur is an author and independent thought leader in applying Business Process Management (BPM) to innovative and Intelligent Business Operations (IBO). His research and areas of personal experience focus on business process innovation, agent-oriented BPM, business modeling, iBPMS, process collaboration for knowledge workers, process intelligence/optimization, business policy/rule management and leveraging business applications in processes. Learn more about Jim in his blog .    



Joerg Klueckmann Head of Enterprise BPM, Software AG  Joerg studied sociology, business administration and intercultural communication at FSU, Jena, Germany, and at Louisiana State University in the U.S., where he graduated with distinction. Prior to joining Software AG, Joerg was head of product marketing at Intershop and IDS Scheer. He has written numerous articles about BPM and business innovation.  

Who should attend?

Anyone who wants to make processes better!

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