BPM Architect and Industry Analyst, Kemsley Design, Ltd.
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ABOUT THIS SESSION:
Business Process Management software is in a state of rapid change with the advent of social BPM technologies and adaptive case management. Some of the traditional BPM vendors are adapting to include these new capabilities, while others are staying focused on their core competencies in structured BPM. Newer products are emerging that only cover dynamic BPM, without structured BPM. But that's not the only area of change in BPM: rules management, content management, analytics, and inline simulation and optimization are all becoming capabilities that the analysts are predicting will become standard in BPM suites. This session will examine the spectrum of product capabilities that fall under the BPM umbrella, from single-purpose software to full application development suites, matching those capabilities up with specific project and enterprise requirements.
Traditional Process centric technologies
Structured BPM automation
Dynamic BPM technologies
New BPM technology capabilities
ABOUT THE SPEAKER(s):
Sandy Kemsley is an independent analyst, architect and blogger, specializing in business process management and related technologies. During her career of 20+ years, she founded both a desktop workflow and content management product company, and a 40-person services firm specializing in BPM and e-commerce. She also worked for FileNet (now IBM) as Director of eBusiness Evangelism during 2000-1, and was a featured speaker on BPM and its impact on business at conferences and customer sites in 14 countries during that time. In 2002 she returned to independent practice, and writes the popular “Column 2” blog on ebizQ at http://www.column2.com.