BPM Next

  • November 13, 2012
  • Scott
  • 1 Comments

Well this looks interesting.  Keith Swenson has a good writeup on his blog

The BPM Next conference is being organized by two luminaries in the field as a chance to meet the other gurus.  It is shaping up to be the most interesting event next year for thought leaders in business process management.   Urgent: Last day for early discount is Nov 9, 2012

Bruce Silver and Nathaniel Palmer have long been known as influencers around workflow and BPM.  Their vision for this conference is that it is a place that the people who are thinking about the next generation of technology will get together the old fashioned way, and talk about what might be coming next.  This is not a “Trade Show” where vendor pay money for speakers trying to sell a product.  In fact, there won’t be any customers to sell to.  Instead, like the original BPM Think-Tank in 2005, it is designed for gurus to get together and explore the future directions.

It will be interesting to attend an event that isn’t really a sales event.  I’m looking forward to catching up with people that I only see about once a year.  Who knows maybe we’ll even have something to show off…

The registration site is here.  Hope to see you there!

 

 

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