BP3 Speaking at #IBMImpact: Driving Mobile Innovations

  • April 15, 2013
  • Scott

Andrew Paier at Impact

We recently highlighted Sue Butler’s co-presentation with UMB Bank, and now we’re happy to announce that our own Andrew Paier, Director of BP Labs, will be a member of a panel at Impact covering Mobile Innovation:

3299 Panel Discussion: Driving Mobile Innovations with IBM Business Partners

Program: Technology

Track: Mobile Enterprise

Date: Tue, Apr 30, 2013, 5:15-6:15pm

Location: Delfino 4003 – Venetian

Speakers: Phil Kelly, IBM, Andrew Paier, BP3 Global, Inc., Keith Brooks, VoiceRite

Abstract: Mobile expectations are changing: enterprises continuously need new skills and offerings to successfully turn opportunities into outcomes. More than 120,000 firms around the world team with IBM to provide customers with these mission-critical skills and offerings. Come and hear from distinguished IBM Business Partners on how they have successfully worked with IBM to combine deep industry expertise with mobile, analytics, cloud, social and security technologies to help enterprises capture new markets, efficiently extend their businesses to mobile employees, customers and partners, and maintain the integrity of their assets.

We’ve been cooking up some interesting stuff for Mobile BPM in our BP Labs group, and Andrew is the perfect person to represent what we do.  Andrew’s group is tasked with developing product out of the ideas we come up with for advancing BPM – with mobile being just one area of focus.  Investments like BP Labs are part of what sets us apart from other consulting firms in BPM – we’re only focused on BPM, we’re thinking long-term, and it is our mission to make BPM more valuable to our customers.

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