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Come join us, live and online at 3pm on the 24th September, as together with your fellow Reg readers, analysts Freeform Dynamics & IBM we take a look into one of the IT industry's rapidly evolving solution areas, Business Process Management.

That's right, IT's next "big thing" is going under the Reg spotlight in an hour-long webcast packed to the gills with exclusive content, expert insight and a live Q&A where you get the chance to test our panel's knowledge. Highlighting key findings from our latest reader research, the webcast will take a look at the current BPM landscape, asking among other things what the problems we are trying to solve are, what makes a difference and what exactly people mean by a BPM suite. We will also explore best practices, real life examples and the tools and techniques that should be considered for implementing a successful strategy.

Tim Phillips returns once again to the now prestigious Reg couch to act as moderator. Also bringing their expertise and opinion to the proceedings are:

  • Jeff Rettinger - world wide BPM specialist - IBM Software Group
  • Jon Collins - service director - Freeform Dynamics
  • Sunil Aggarwal - BPM specialist - IBM Software Group

(This event has now finished, but an on-demand version will be available soon. Register here, and we'll let you know once it's available) ®

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