BPMCamp is now Driven

  • May 1, 2017
  • Scott
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Our annual user conference is now called Driven.

“This conference was one of the best I’ve attended. I took away great strategy for our program and actions we could take immediately to deliver business value.”  – Michael Holman, Hancock Bank

Every year for the past 5 years, we’ve held an annual conference in Austin called BPMCamp.  It all started because, frankly, we had a mini-conference for our own team.  Andrew Paier, our VP of Engineering, challenged us to invite customers – after all, what were we covering that our customer wouldn’t love to learn as well?

Each year it gets better.  More content, better content, and more engagement with our team and customers.  The best and brightest minds come to Austin to work together and share best practices.  We’ve added content on UI/UX design,  analytics, methodology,  test automation, and case studies. We’ve added the innovation fair to show early ideas and get feedback from customers – some of which turn into products that are in production use today by customers.  We’ve also added extensive decision management content, change management, and digital transformation content to our conference.

In short, we’re outgrowing the “BPMCamp” name and it is time to recognize the evolution.

“At the conference, I learned a lot about process change and different strategies we could use all while having an extreme amount of fun.” – Julia Parker, Essent Guaranty

Our new name for this conference is DrivenDriven because that’s what we are.  We’re Driven to create great customer outcomes. We’re Driven to create great customer experiences.  We’re Driven to improve, to learn, and to produce.  We’re process-Driven.  We’re digitally-Driven.

If you’re Driven as well, this is your conference.  In 2016, we had more than 40 sessions, 10 hands-on labs, and an innovation fair all inside of 2-days.  This year, Driven will be the best yet.

Don’t just take it from us, here is what you can look forward to:

 

Or maybe you want to hear directly from those who attended in 2016?

“Attending  this conference is a wonderful opportunity to step back from ‘the way things are’ in my organization and think about ‘the way  things could  be’.  I  look forward  to it every year, and learn a lot each time  I  go.  Great  people,  great  city,  great  event.”  –  Rick  Boonstra,  Shepherd  Color  Company

Driven will be August 16th and 17th at the JW Marriott in Downtown Austin. Registration is now open. If you are interested in speaking you can email Driven@bp-3.com, we would love to have you.

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