BPMCAMP: Our Cup Runneth Over

  • August 23, 2016
  • Scott
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We had a pretty special week in Austin last week. We hosted our global team and select customers for BPMCAMP. And I couldn’t be happier with the final product.  It just gets better every year.

By way of background, this is our annual all-hands meeting, bigger and better every year. We run it as a conference – this year with 4 or 5 sessions in parallel.  Every year we invite select customers into the tent to experience BP3, our culture, and what we have to share.  It’s a great opportunity for our customers to get to know us in our own environment.  The content is raw and unvarnished, intended for internal consumption.  And that’s a big part about why it works.  I can’t imagine customers not loving what they learn about BP3 in the process.

I admit – I’m basking in the glow of an amazing conference.  This is the conference that we want to attend ourselves, the conference I always wanted for BPM.  My gratitude for an amazing week goes out to my team and our customers, and my cup runneth over.  We are all part of something special here, and I think everyone can sense it. 

The consensus is that we had a fantastic conference.  We pulled no punches, as attendees could tell you, on the sharing front.  And we had a little fun with it!

Over the next few weeks we’ll share some highlights from the conference – lots of great content to share, and we’ll share a bit!

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We already have the best sweater vests in BPM.  Now, we have the best socks in BPM. As one customer put it: “BP3 just has the best swag.”  I couldn’t agree more.

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