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    • bpmNEXT 2013: Data-Centric BPM
      bpmNEXT 2013: Data-Centric BPM John Reynolds, IBM Recorded: Mar 20 2013 5:30 pm UTC 18 mins
    • A process or activity always takes place within a wider Business Context, and multiple BPM solutions often share common Business Contexts. Data-Centric BPM from IBM injects Business Context into BPM at the highest level to simplify the design and implementation of solutions. Business Context Data lives within the BPM platform but outside the context of any specific process. We start by making the richly defined data that describes the business context a first class citizen within BPM. We go further by implementing a facade between the richly defined BPM data and the real data that lives in multiple Enterprise repositories.

      John Reynolds is a Product Manager for IBM BPM, focusing on empowering Business Users. He joined IBM in 2010 with the Lombardi acquisition, where he had focused on mentoring business and technical teams through their initial BPM implementation projects. John currently lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico with his wife Teri.

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: Model-BPMS Roundtripping
      bpmNEXT 2013: Model-BPMS Roundtripping Jakob Freund, camunda services GmbH Recorded: Mar 20 2013 6:30 pm UTC 20 mins
    • While BPMN 2.0 has achieved success at standardizing process modeling, executable design is still highly proprietary and vendor-driven. It is relatively easy to copy a process model from one vendor’s modeling tool to another, but there is no open, cross-vendor implementation platform for BPMN 2.0 business processes. This is different from the Java-World, which includes open middleware platforms for messaging, transaction processing and web services. We believe that the Java Platform of the future will provide a BPMN 2.0 process engine as a similar infrastructure service to applications. Our project camunda fox BPM platform delivers this vision and technology today, and provides BPMN roundtripping between any BPMN 2.0 compliant modeling tool and our process application development toolstack.

      Jakob Freund has profound experience in BPM projects, especially in the area of strategic BPM, process modeling, and business-IT alignment. He is author of several books, founder of BPM-Netzwerk.de and gives lectures at the university of applied science in Zürich and Bern.

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    • Achieving Customer-Excellence With Adaptive Case Management and Goal-driven BPM
      Achieving Customer-Excellence With Adaptive Case Management and Goal-driven BPM Dr. Dominic Greenwood, Whitestein Technologies and Dan Neason, President and CEO, Living Systems Technologies Recorded: Jan 30 2014 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Realizing success with BPM, and similar technologies requires bridging the chasm between business execution and process automation. In business execution, goals provide an essential beacon guiding decisions and activities, yet in process automation business goals rarely control process execution.

      This session will illustrate how goal-driven BPM and Adaptive Case Management is today used by UBS Wealth (a division of UBS Bank considered to be the world's largest manager of private wealth assets, operating in more than 50 countries) to enhance their global operations with client-centric collaboration, operational visibility, adaptive process improvement, through the 'PM1' portfolio management suite built with the Living System's Process Suite (LSPS) from Whitestein Technologies.

      The case study based demonstration, a winner of the 2013 Global Excellence in Case Management Awards, will show the how to connect goals at the business execution level to goals at the process automation level. The resulting solutions become highly agile and event-driven, able to dynamically adjust execution, ensuring the alignment of all resources (people, processes, information) toward organizational goals.

      Demonstrated will be how the application of Adaptive Case Management and Goal-driven BPM can be leveraged to address the inherently dynamic nature of customer-centric processes, requiring in coordination with events and situational change in order to adapt in real-time to a goal-focused execution path.

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    • State of the BPM Market Update: Spotlight on Invensys Skelta
      State of the BPM Market Update: Spotlight on Invensys Skelta Nathaniel Palmer, et al. Recorded: Oct 31 2013 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins

      The last 12 months of BPM market has seen more changes, innovation and new development than any time in the past decade (perhaps even the prior decade combined). Driven by a mix of sector consolidation, M&A transactions, and new market entrants, the shifting sands of the BPM market landscape have been radically altered such that it is virtually unrecognizable from just a few years ago.

      In this fast-paced and interactive session, Nathaniel Palmer will provide a spotlight on the key BPM Megatrends, including an analysis of the shifting landscape and resulting market consolidation. He will present the State of the BPM Market for 2013-2014, including current trends, considerations for adoption, and what the next 12 months means for any organization currently using or otherwise contemplating BPM. In addition, Nathaniel will provide facilitate a conversation with executives from Invensys Skelta, one of the world’s largest automation software providers, and now one of the most visible emergent players in the new BPM landscape.

      Participants We Learn:

      • BPM Industry Megatrends, Including the Shifting Landscape and Market Consolidation

      • Considerations for Adoption and What the Next 12 Months Means for BPM

      • How and Why the BPM Market is Moving Towards More Comprehensive Platforms

      • How BPM is Being Leveraged Inside Leading Firms

      About the Speakers:

      Nathaniel Palmer is VP and CTO of BPM, Inc. and Executive Director of the WfMC. Previously Nathaniel had been the BPM Practice Director of SRA International, and prior to that Director, Business Consulting for Perot Systems Corp, and Delphi Group as VP and CTO.

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    • State of the BPM Market: Spotlight on OpenText Acquisition of Cordys
      State of the BPM Market: Spotlight on OpenText Acquisition of Cordys Nathaniel Palmer, et al. Recorded: Sep 26 2013 3:00 pm UTC 62 mins
    • The last 12 months in the Business Process Management (BPM) market has seen more changes, innovation and new development than any time in the past decade. Among the most pronounced trends is the sea-change from vertical “stacks” to more comprehensive BPM platforms, with data-driven capabilities able to support the full spectrum of process execution styles. This is rapidly expanding the envelope for new areas of knowledge work addressable by BPM, often in areas previously thought of as out of reach.

      As the first of a three-part series, Nathaniel Palmer will present the state of the BPM market for 2013-2014, including current trends, considerations for adoption, and what the next 12 months mean for any organization currently using or otherwise contemplating BPM. Additionally, one of the most talked about recent events in BPM was the August 2013 acquisition of Cordys by OpenText. In Part I of this series, Nathaniel will provide a spotlight on this event within the context of the industry and how it fits within the current market direction. Nathaniel will also facilitate a presentation by executives involved with both firms to discuss the nature of the acquisition, and what this means for their customers going forward.

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    • Bonita BPM + AngularJS, the ideal combination for your process
      Bonita BPM + AngularJS, the ideal combination for your process Philippe Ozil Recorded: Mar 13 2015 5:00 pm UTC 55 mins
    • A successful process application project needs a graphical interface that meets the needs of its users.

      Bonita BPM integrates a set of tools to build graphical interfaces that work with your processes. But when some dedicated interfaces need more than what Bonita BPM natively provides, you can either extend the Bonita BPM Portal or to build your own applications over Bonita BPM interfaces. Bonita BPM integrates seamlessly into existing web application architectures.

      This webinar will show you how to integrate Bonita BPM in a developed interface using the AngularJS framework, and how to deploy this interface in the Bonita BPM custom portal pages. We will also discuss Bonita REST API.

      In this webinar you will see:

      - A summary of the REST API
      - A summary of AngularJS
      - How to integrate Bonita BPM in a web page with AngularJS with the example of a user dashboard
      - How to integrate this page into a custom page of the Bonita BPM Portal

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    • Getting Started With BPM: Where Do We Go Now?
      Getting Started With BPM: Where Do We Go Now? Shelley Sweet and Nathaniel Palmer Recorded: Jun 4 2013 5:00 pm UTC 64 mins
    • Are you facing any of these situations?

      • You’ve bought BPM technology, but are not sure how or where to get started?

      • You got off to the wrong foot on BPM processes. Now how do you fix that?

      • You’ve done process modeling of the As-Is processes? What do you do next?

      Join us for an insightful and informative look at how to get started on the right path, and how to quickly correct if you didn’t, with Business Process Management.

      This workshop will address these three use cases and help you figure out what to next. For each scenario, the workshop will address:

      1. What’s most important here?
      2. How do you engage executive sponsorship in the discussion and gain their commitment?
      3. How can metrics help us make the point?

      Learn best practices to get off to the right start. Use practitioner tips to refocus your BPM effort. Select and engage the right executive sponsor and process owner for support and success. Use joint model-driven process models to provide momentum for the BPM efforts.

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    • The BPM of Things
      The BPM of Things Philippe Ozil Recorded: Feb 17 2015 6:00 pm UTC 35 mins
    • It’s been said that by 2020, there will be 10 times more connected objects than people. What does that have to do with BPM?

      Connecting smart objects to BPM is a way of extending their intelligence.

      And more - the “things” in the Internet of Things provide another way to interact with a process. (Instead of kicking off a process by clicking on a web form, imagine kicking it off with your garage door opener!)

      Don’t miss this opportunity to learn more about the BPM of Things.

      What we’ll cover:
      The new market opportunity that BPM of Things offers
      What is a smart connected object?
      How to integrate an object in a process
      Proof of concept: an example

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: BPM for Mobile, Mobile for BPM
      bpmNEXT 2013: BPM for Mobile, Mobile for BPM Scott Francis, BP3 Global, Inc. Recorded: Mar 21 2013 8:00 pm UTC 21 mins
    • Mobile frameworks have no notion of process, while BPM solutions lack a “sense” of mobile. A mobile BPM solution is more than a task list or activity stream. BP Mobility enables customized, purpose-built native mobile apps that understand the process. Our approach is essentially the opposite of what the major BPM vendors are doing. Instead of one general-purpose app, we are creating custom, purpose-built apps that yield better enablement, adoption, and ROI over time. Process-specific REST APIs allow mobile app developers to build richer applications while Business Process designers are able to incorporate mobile features into their process designs – location, social, or media.

      Scott Francis is CTO and Co-Founder of BP3, a specialist firm focused on accelerating process innovation for customers, where he has helped customers deploy 100‘s of processes to production. Scott has previously spoken at a several conferences, and is the primarily author of BP3’s blog.

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: Social and Mobile Computing for BPM and Case Management
      bpmNEXT 2013: Social and Mobile Computing for BPM and Case Management Rhonda Gray, OpenText Recorded: Mar 20 2013 5:30 pm UTC 25 mins
    • Social collaboration features must be integrated within BPM and Case Management solutions and be accessible to users whether working at their desk or on a mobile device. OpenText Touch lets knowledge workers receive updates on followed processes, cases, tasks, and users via event streams, submit tasks and approvals via a mobile device, access all case information, and retain the event stream as a part of the case or process history. It is an independent cloud-based mobile and social application integrated with BPM and Case Management, which is different than making BPM or Case Management social or mobile enabled. Touch also supports multi-tenancy and offline requirements.

      Rhonda Gray is part of the OpenText product management team that focuses on advancing OpenText’s leadership position in BPM and Case Management. A pioneer in the process management space, Rhonda has been a product manager for BPM products since the late ‘90s. Prior to her product management roles, Rhonda held technical and management positions in software development and customer support.

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: Fully Exploiting the Potential of BPM in the Cloud
      bpmNEXT 2013: Fully Exploiting the Potential of BPM in the Cloud Carl Hillier, Kofax Recorded: Mar 21 2013 5:30 pm UTC 18 mins
    • Kofax TotalAgility is a BPM and Dynamic Case Management platform that enables organizations to achieve significant operational gains through better management of unpredictable processes. More efficient, flexible and better-executed business processes mean lower costs plus greater and earlier ROI. Designed from the ground up to fully exploit the capabilities of Microsoft’s Windows Azure Cloud platform, Kofax TotalAgility helps customers realize the full potential of Cloud-based deployments. Kofax TotalAgility enables customers to rapidly provision the platform upon which BPM solutions are built. It accelerates the speed of deployment through ease of use and preconfigured integration with Microsoft and non-Microsoft infrastructure components.

      Carl Hillier is a Senior Director of Product Marketing at Kofax Inc., responsible for Product Marketing and Strategy for BPM and Cloud Computing. With over 20 years of experience, he has held avariety of management positions in Europe and the US such as Fujitsu and FileNet Corp. (now IBM).

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: Model-Driven Generation of Social BPM Applications
      bpmNEXT 2013: Model-Driven Generation of Social BPM Applications Emanuele Molteni, WebRatio Recorded: Mar 20 2013 10:00 pm UTC 23 mins
    • WebRatio makes it easy to generate social BPM web applications from graphical models. In our demo, a company collects feedback from social networks regarding a prospective new product. The product manager posts on Facebook invitations that include a link to the new product page, and collects feedback as Facebook likes and comments. The system aggregates the comments and makes them available to the internal business process. The process logic is defined in BPMN, and process activities are modeled in WebML, a graphical modeling language that defines the user interface, data connections, and business logic by connecting widgets in a diagram.

      Emanuele Molteni began his career in WebRatio in 2002 as an analyst/developer and then as Project Manager. Over the years he has increasingly dedicated himself to pre and post sales services. From 2008 until 2011, he assumed the role of Head of Customer Services. From 2012, he is the Chief Product Officer and Director of Product Business Unit.

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: BPM for the Internet of Things
      bpmNEXT 2013: BPM for the Internet of Things Troy Foster and Tom Debevoise, Bosch Software Innovation Recorded: Mar 21 2013 6:30 pm UTC 12 mins
    • A Remote Service Portal is implemented as a BPMN process receiving and acting on events triggered by aggregated data from physical sensors monitoring factory operations. Incidents generated by the events are handled by BPM users, who can take remedial action immediately, schedule preventive maintenance, or take other actions. A KPI dashboard provides drilldown views of factory operations.

      Tom Debevoise is a Senior Director of Bosch Software Innovations. He is an executive technologist with 20+ years experience as a BPM/Business Rules architect and consultant. He has specific business rules experience in the fields of physical sercurity, supply chain management, petroleum, and health care. Tom’s recent book is “A Microguide to Process Modeling in BPMN” (2011).

      Troy Foster is the CTO of Bosch Software Innovations for the Americas. Prior to joining Bosch, Troy held product management and technology roles at IBM, VMware (EMC), BroadVision, Sun Microsystems, and Raytheon. He has over 18 years of experience in enterprise software, where his focus has been on e-commerce, business process management, business rules management, enterprise content management, Internet and mobile technologies and cloud computing. Troy has an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, an MS in Computer Science from DePaul University and a BA in Accounting and Spanish from North Central College.

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    • bpmNEXT 2013: How Technology Innovation Will Change BPM Practice
      bpmNEXT 2013: How Technology Innovation Will Change BPM Practice Paul Harmon, Executive Editor, BPTrends Recorded: Mar 19 2013 11:15 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Paul has been working at business process redesign since the late 60s. When he first began, process redesign was almost entirely a matter of studying people, noting how they performed, and thinking of ways to improve human performance. In the decades since the computer revolution has changed the way we work and how we approach business process redesign. It rare, today, to find an organization in which people don’t work with computers. It’s equally hard to find process practitioners that don’t depend on software tools to do their work. This keynote will consider way software applications and tools have changed the nature of work, and speculate on the ways new technologies will change the way we work in the near future.

      Paul Harmon is a Co-Founder and Executive Editor at Business Process Trends (www.bptrends.com),an internationally popular website that covers trends, directions and best practices in business process management. He is the author of Business Process Change: A Guide for Business Managers, BPM and Six Sigma Professionals (2nd Ed. 2007). and twelve other books. Previously, Paul managed major process improvement programs at Bank of America, Security Pacific, Wells Fargo, Prudential, and Citibank. He was a Senior Consultant at Cutter Consortium and edited their Expert System Strategies, CASE, and Business Process Reengineering Strategies newsletters.

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    • Smart Cities from the systems point of view
      Smart Cities from the systems point of view Dr Alexander Samarin, Enterprise & Solution Architect, Business & IT Transformation, BPM & SOA Coach, Upcoming: Jun 14 2017 10:00 am UTC 45 mins
    • Smart Cities is one of the essential endeavours right now. Smart Cities use many existing and emerging information technologies, Smart Cities must change lives of many people and each Smart Cities programme and project is a daunting task. Therefore Smart Cities must be considered as a system which perfectly delivers its desired capabilities.

      This presentation will discuss how several modern techniques, such as systems approach, standardisation, reference architecture, patterns, explicit security, can be combined to enable world-wide cooperation and coordination in delivery of various Smart Cities.

      Speaker's bio:

      Alexander Samarin wrote his first software program in the year 1973. He obtained a PhD (in computer graphics) in the year 1986. He has worked for a variety of international clients in Switzerland, UK, France, Australia and Africa. He specialises in architecture, implementation and evolution of enterprise-wide solutions with the holistic use of enterprise architecture, business architecture, BPM, SOA, ECM, IT governance and IT strategy. In October 2009 he published a book “Improving enterprise business process management systems”. Since August 2013 he works as an architect for achieving the synergy between strategy, good business practices and disruptive digital technologies for digital systems.

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    • BPM Meets ITSM: The Key to ITIL Success
      BPM Meets ITSM: The Key to ITIL Success Andy Scott and Nathan Pryor, OpenText Recorded: Aug 8 2013 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Is your IT department too bogged down by costly and rigid service management applications and putting out daily fires to provide the extraordinary IT service your organization needs? Don’t let manual processes and inflexible applications tie up your IT department!

      Join OpenText Business Process Applications (BPM) experts Andy Scott and Nathan Pryor as they discuss the launch of Assure for ITSM, a comprehensive IT Service Management solution featuring out-of-the-box best practice frameworks that support ITIL.

      You will also discover how Assure for ITSM is built around our enterprise-grade BPM platform, providing unrivaled flexibility to give you easy customization and integration with other business systems.

      During the webinar you will learn about:
      - Our future plans and roadmap for the product
      - Where Assure sits within the OpenText EIM portfolio
      - Your organization’s journey to realize extraordinary service management

      Register today and discover how you can begin delivering extraordinary IT services in as few as 30 days

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    • BPM: Achieving Business Visibility
      BPM: Achieving Business Visibility Bryan Frew Recorded: Mar 26 2013 5:00 am UTC 45 mins
    • Register online for this complimentary Webcast and learn how Achieving Business Visibility will help you determine how and where BPM can bring the biggest value to your organisation.

      The webcast will cover three vital aspects of process leadership:
      •Monitor: How can your business achieve visibility into their processes? How do you take action as a consequence?
      •Identify: Which processes should I improve? What is the ROI? Why should I even embark on a BPM initiative?
      •Improve: How can your business drive process improvement? What is this business/IT collaboration we hear about? What is the framework to bring these teams together?

      Also included is a demonstration of these functions based on a real customer case study.

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    • End-to-End Visibility into Application Availability using HPE BPM and Sitescope
      End-to-End Visibility into Application Availability using HPE BPM and Sitescope Haim Snir, Dov Hershkovitch Recorded: May 18 2016 3:00 pm UTC 70 mins
    • Managing applications while providing a top-notch user experience can be a challenge to any organization using the traditional systems-centric, bottom-up approach to application management. The bottom-up approach is not scalable to handle the issues and challenges with ever-changing, distributed environments.

      Within an end-to-end business service, operations teams rely on having data for each component and setting a threshold or status check for everything that can go wrong. In essence, systems monitoring focuses on looking for what could go wrong instead of focusing on the desired results. The diversity of applications such as Web, Enterprise, Composite, Mobile, and Cloud make the bottom-up approach impossible to deploy and maintain.

      Join us for this Webinar to learn the latest about Business Process Monitor (BPM) and SiteScope capabilities. For BPM we will review the new real devices monitors, new selenium monitoring and tips for BPM such as how to use dynamic baselines and script parameters. For Sitescope we will review our new Web interface, automatic docker monitoring, ChatOps integration and more...

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