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Live event Are you tough enough to take on Business Process Management (BPM) and win? Someone has to. It has never been more important to handle workflow efficiently.

But it has never been more tricky: different types of information, acquired in different locations, for different business needs, need to be integrated into the process. You want flexibility and agility: not attributes of the traditional “Big Iron BPM” approach, or the fragmentation and inefficiencies of ad hoc BPM.

What’s the alternative?

Dermot McCauley at Kofax thinks he knows the answers and he’s trapped behind the desk in the Reg studio until 11:00 BST/ 12:00 CEST on June 29th, when we broadcast 'BPM: From Back Office to Front Office and Beyond'. Dermot is freed when he has answered all your questions, and not a minute before.

Dale “Yes but” Vile, will be raising polite but firm objections if Dermot tries to get away with anything, and will explain some of the problems you have had with BPM in the past based on our research - and how mobile, portals and cloud fit into a new vision of BPM.

The Register’s broadcast and wardrobe editor Tim Phillips will be in charge. If you think BPM deserves a second look you can sign up for the free live Regcast here.

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