BP3 and Wells Fargo Presenting at #IBMImpact

  • February 23, 2011
  • Scott

Lance Gibbs and Scott Francis, of BP3, and Reid Denny, of Wells Fargo, will be presenting at IBM Impact in April (you can find the sessions here):

Program:  Technology
Track:  BPM and Decision Management
Sub-track:  BPM: From Projects to Programs
Session Type:  Lecture, Level:  Beginner
Speaker(s):  Scott Francis, BP3; Reid Denny, Wells Fargo Bank N.A.; Lance Gibbs, BP3

Abstract:  These are practices which keep the business engaged throughout the BPM lifecyle, ensuring their value-added player role. The session will cover typical challenges companies have when it comes to getting and keeping the business stakeholders involved in their early BPM program days. Most companies are very used to a model where functional requirements are provided by the business and then handed off for IT to deliver against. In BPM, the importance of having a process focus versus a set of functional descriptions cannot be emphasized enough so the approach has to change dramatically for increased chance of success to occur, and for the organization to get the most value out of the process solutions.

We’re honored to have this opportunity to present alongside Wells Fargo’s Reid Denny.  Reid has been running an innovation group within Wells Fargo that has been doing great things for their business and we think there is a lot to learn from their story.

If you’re going to be at Impact 2011, April 10-15, look us up.  There are some great sessions planned – already over 100 sessions just around BPM.  We’d love to meet more people in the BPM space in person.

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