|The premier event for Appian customers, partners, and the business process management (BPM) community is coming up. If you are new to BPM and want to learn how to leverage the power of modern technology to improve business processes and increase organizational effectiveness, this is the event for you. Appian World 2013 will take place from April 29th to May 1st at the historic Ronald Reagan Building in the US Capitol, Washington DC.|
Industry visionaries and analysts will share insights on how disruptive technologies like social software, mobile, and cloud will change the future of work. Executives from innovative companies across industries will share their journey and success stories on transforming the way they work and do business. In addition, Appian World will feature a dedicated track for practitioners who are Starting the Journey in BPM. This track is ideal for business analysts, project managers, department leads, consultants, and anyone who is passionate about improving processes and performance.
Here’s a highlight of Starting the Journey sessions at Appian World:
- Worksocial Comes to Life - worksocial combines BPM, collaborative social features, and native mobile access to extend participation to all users in the enterprise. This presentation will showcase a number of functional applications built on Appian. See how to apply worksocial across a variety of scenarios, functions, and departments so people can work better, together.
- Getting Started with BPM: Tips from a Pro – The first steps of a BPM journey can be the hardest – and the most important in setting the direction for a high-quality, high-value BPM program. Learn the tips from a seasoned BPM executive at PPD Inc, who has launched successful programs at multiple organizations.
- Pushing Process to the Edge of the Enterprise – Pushing process to the edge to incorporate customers and partners has long been a goal of BPM. With social and mobile technology, that goal is now being realized. Learn how Punch Taverns, a leading UK-based franchise organization, uses worksocial to optimize relationships and performance “at the edge.”
- The Lifecycle of Intelligent BPM – In the social and information age, it’s simply not enough to design, execute, manage, and optimize business processes. Intelligence and analytics need to be part of every lifecycle to maximize the value and benefits of your application. Learn how to infuse intelligence to business applications to gather, measure, and optimize work in a social world from Michael zur Muehlen of the Stevens Institute of Technology
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about business process management and how worksocial can fundamentally change the way you work. Register for Appian World 2013 today and invite your colleagues to start the journey together.
Director of Product Marketing