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All the action from The Register's latest live webcast - an in-depth look at Business Process Management bringing together a panel of experts to share their insight, debate with each other and answer questions from the Reg faithful - is now available to download and digest at your leisure over in our archive.

In a format with which many of you will be familiar, our man Tim Phillips heads up and moderates the proceedings as the panel discuss findings from the latest Reg reader research, best practices, real life examples and the tools and techniques that should be considered for implementing successful strategies.

Providing expert insight and informative response to reader questions, Tim is once again joined by Freeform Dynamics' very own Jon Collins, and for their first time on the Reg couch by IBM BPM Specialists Jeff Rettinger and Sunil Aggarwal.

Whether you're wondering what the fuss is all about, feel it deserves another watch or couldn’t make this extremely well-received event, take a look at BPM Unravelled for yourself today. ®

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