BPM Open House 2015

21-25 SEPTEMBER, 2015

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Hear from your peers how they are using business process management to improve business and operational efficiency.

BPM Open House gives you the chance to learn from the first hand experiences of other companies on what it’s taken to maximize the value from their BPM solutions to deliver real business results. This unique online event will bring together hand-picked case studies that will show what the project objectives were, how they were achieved and the results produced.


EVENT HIGHLIGHTS

You’ll get:

  • A better understanding of what BPM solutions can do for you through case studies
  • A first hand look at how they look and work
  • The opportunity to ask questions in an open forum
  • To share this experience with your peers

This event is right for you if you’re looking at…

  •  Investment value
  • Choosing the right software
  • Implementation of the system
  • Development of the solution - design and development is crucial


HOW IT WORKS

It's as easy as 1 - 2 - 3.

1. Simply register for this free event.
2. Save the date in your diary so you can join the live sessions
3. Wait to receive the live link. Click this and you will be invited to join the live webinar sessions.

Studies have shown that those who continuously participate in knowledge sharing, learning and networking opportunities are more likely to leverage their performance, develop better business relationships and become more engaged in their work.

So here's how it all works:

The live presentations, from 21 - 25 September will run for two hours each day. Each session will start with a business process management solution provider sharing their 40 minute case study on how they have maximized the ROI of their BPM investment in practice. This is value added insight in to how your peers have made business process management work for them.

This is followed by a five minute supplier 101. A fast paced ten minute pitch with the software solution provider - they share what makes their product or service unique. You'll get the essential overview live with your peers with minimal investment of your time.

Our hand-picked and vetted speaker panel will be presenting directly to you via your computer. From the comfort of your home or office, you can listen and watch the presentations in real-time, and interact with the speaker and other process professionals that share similar BPM challenges.

Ensure that you block out your schedule and can attend the live sessions.

Who Has Attended the Our Previous BPM Open House Events?

Vice President, TD Bank
Vice President, Deutsche Bank
Senior Vice President, Citi Group
BPM Head, Shell Oil
Vice President, AIG
Chief Architect, Business Processes, Fortnum Oyj
Director of Industrial Operations, Philips
Director, Process Analysis, Unum
BPMS Head, Coca Cola
Enterprise Architect, Tata Steel
Executive Director, Morgan Stanley
VP, Product Management, Fidelity Investments
Continuous Improvement, DB Schenker
Director, Process Improvement, CSX Transportation
Vice President, Northern Trust
Head of Operations, Nokia
Director Pfizer
VP, Operations & Quality, Microsemi
IT Director, Legal & General
Vice President, Siemens
Director, Merck
Associate Director, BPM, Parexel
Senior Director, Operational Excellence, Sharp Corporation
Senior Vice President, American Express
Head, Global Business Processes, Bayer
Managing Director, BNY Mellon
Chief Architect, Centrica Energy
CIO, Ministry of Defence
BPM Programme Head, Bose


AGENDA

Available Now

Day One: BPM Open House > Session 1

John Kwamya
Lizzie Epstein

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[CASE STUDY] Accelerating Business Growth with an Agile Platform

NBTY is the largest vertically integrated source of nutritional supplements in the US. The organization recognized that it needed to modernize its IT infrastructure to keep up with consumer demand and quickly roll out high quality products to the market. NBTY selected Appian’s Application Platform to drive program definition across its entire scope of work and enhance visibility and management. Through Appian’s agile development approach, NBTY has accelerated operations for critical programs across the entire organization, including a Store Renovation Process which has reduced the renovation time for Vitamin World retail outlets from 35 days to 13 days.
 
Key case study takeaways:
  • How an iBPMS platform can optimize both structured and unstructured aspects of a Case Management work scenario and critical business operation 
  • How smart process guidance can direct employee behaviour in support of organizational objectives
  • How to turn “tacit knowledge” into “institutional knowledge” for smarter business decisions and agile time-to-delivery of customer service

[TECH DEMO] The Appian Application Platform (Appian BPM Suite)

This session will overview Application Platform capabilities of the Appian Suite. Features of focus will include enterprise data management, process management, native mobility, social collaboration and portable cloud architecture.
 
Attendees will learn:
  • Enabling smarter decisions and faster business actions
  • Driving engagement with employees and customers
  • Providing a single comprehensive platform for the rapid creation and use of modern business applications


Panelists:

John Kwamya, Director, Business Process Improvement, NBTY

Lizzie Epstein, Director, Application Platform, Appian

Available Now

Day One: BPM Open House > Session 2

Martin Schmit
Robert Hutter

[CASE STUDY] The Sweet Taste of BPM at Manner

Today, large companies which are successful and family-owned are hard to find. Josef Manner & Comp AG, which has circa 700 employees, is one rare exemplar of an Austrian company with a long successful history – family-owned since its foundation more than 125 years ago. The company represents values as tradition, quality and stability like no others. Manner is not only one of the most well-known chocolate producers around the world, it is also a perfect example of implementing a successful BPM Strategy on top of a traditional business to support the digital transformation of operational processes throughout the company. The company started to build up this strategy in 2011 with the FireStart BPM Suite from PROLOGICS and use the suite for both, business process planning and workflow automation.
 
Key takeaways participants will learn:
  • How to use the FireStart BPM Suite for professional Business Process Planning, Quality and Change Management
  • How to transform process models to operational workflows 
  • Benefits and results of the past 4 years implementing the BPM strategy

[TECH DEMO] The FireStart BPM Suite – From Process Planning to Workflow Automation

This Live Demo part of the session will give you a short overview the capabilities of the FireStart BPM Suite, including process planning and publication, BPM governance, human and system Interaction, as well as workflow monitoring and control. Live Demo will include real models from the Manner BPM process repository. 
 
Three benefits being showcased, include:
  • How to configure, not code a workflow based on a process model
  • How to integrate them into existing collaboration environments like SharePoint, Outlook and Windows 10. 
  • It’s the people, stupid ;-)! How to deliver a great end-user experience for business, IT and end-users.


Panelists:

Martin Schmit, Process and Workflow Manager, Manner

Robert Hutter, CEO, PROLOGICS

09/22
11:00 AM EST

Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1

David Spickett
Nigel Warren
Andy Hendry

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[CASE STUDY] Low-code BPM Supporting Lean Thinking at Thomas Cook

Thomas Cook’s lean function has delivered over £10m to the bottom line since 2013, while at the same time improving customer experience.  This joint case study presentation with MATS looks in detail at the transformation of customer relations – a high speed project that has connected up to 800 hundred resort reps with mobile BPM technology to dramatically shorten the complaints resolution process to improve customer experience and reduce processing costs.

Three main takeaways for participants
  • Principles and approach to lean thinking at Thomas Cook
  • How Low-code BPM technology from MATS enabled a business configurable, test & learn approach to process improvement
  • Project timelines, success criteria and results

 

[TECH DEMO] Configure don’t Code

This brief demonstration of the MATS Platform, a 100% web-based low-code development platform, will show you how quickly you can:
  • Adapt processes
  • Make changes to rules, service levels and communications
  • Update user interfaces for multiple devices
All without programming…
 
Three benefits showcased:
  • Lower the learning curve for BPM developers
  • Accelerate solution development through configurable ‘widgets’
  • Improve agility by lowering complexity


Panelists:

David Spickett, Head of Lean Capability, Thomas Cook

Nigel Warren, Head of Marketing, MatsSoft

Andy Hendry, CIO, MatsSoft

09/22
12:00 PM EST

Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2

Jan Marek
Jiri Subrt
Jeff Klotz

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[CASE STUDY] Medical Risk Evaluation: Bizagi Usage in Life Insurance

Generali provides both individual life and non-life insurance, and insurance for small, medium and large clients in the industrial, agricultural and business risks.

Bizagi’s BPMS was chosen over in-house development and an ‘Out of the Box’ Policy administration system for the cost saving, scalability, functionality and ease of integration. Following deployment and delivery, today Bizagi’s BPMS extends beyond Corporate Insurance.

Since Generali embarked on an organization-wide business transformation to significantly boost productivity and efficiency, Bizagi’s BPMS has delivered significant benefits:

  1. Time taken to complete medical evaluation reduced by 38%
  2. Single Workflow / Case Management tool for contract lifecycle
  3. Integration with Company’s Digital Archive allows automatic saving of correspondence to particular policy and client

This session will cover part of policy lifecycle especially considering medical evaluation in life insurance.

Key case study takeaways:

  • A look into the original business requirement and the final implementation of the process which is supported by Bizagi BPM Suite. Nowadays the application processes over 3000 cases per month.
  • How Generali automated the most complex underwriting processes.
  • How the Bizagi platform helps deliver a customized user experience

[TECH DEMO] Scenario-based presentation by Generali

Participants will be able to see the actual customer building that took place, showcasing BPM in real life.

Three key things participants will take from this presentation are:

  • How could BPM effectively help business in life insurance area
  • How to transform business requirement to real application in BPM
  • Best practices learned so far


Panelists:

Jan Marek, Head of BPM Initiative, Generali CZ

Jiri Subrt, Senior BPM Analyst, Generali CZ

Jeff Klotz, Senior Consultant, Bizagi

Available Now

Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 1

Li Huang
James Luxford

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[CASE STUDY] AutoNation transforms Business Processes for its Shared Services Center and franchise stores

AutoNation operates over 293 franchises across the USA, and has approximately 24,500 employees. It sells 35 different manufacturer brands nationwide across 15 states and is ranked #156 in the 2015 Fortune 500. Li Huang, IT Director at AutoNation, will share her BPM story from the cradle to the grave, including best practice tips and lessons learnt from their successful Business Process transformation.
 
Key takeaways from this presentation, include:
  • The importance of a POC (Proof of Concept) when procuring for an intelligent BPMS
  • The “people” parameter and how to deal with it through Evolutionary BPM methodology
  • How BPM technology fits within a business’s existing architecture
 

[TECH DEMO] HotChange 3.0 - Hot Operations

The demonstration will show how Sequence Hot Operations allows customers to dynamically manage their operation on a day to day basis, prioritizing case and work load, reallocating resources and reassigning work.
 
Three benefits showcased in this demonstration:
  • Dynamic allocation of resources
  • Dynamic prioritization of cases
  • Proactive reallocation and reassignment


Panelists:

Li Huang, IT Director, AutoNation

James Luxford, Global CTO, PNMsoft

Available Now

Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 2

Valentin Jäger
Julia Walther

[CASE STUDY] Social BPM as a Means of Communication

Recognizing the great importance of communication and collaboration in Business Process Management Process projects, Valentin Jäger of Life Food GmbH, will discuss the use of social BPM to optimize acceptance and understanding of quality management processes throughout the entire organization. He will also describe how engaging the process expertise of employees made for a successful project and how BPM-supported transparency and compliance with increasingly complex quality management regulations in the food industry.

[TECH DEMO] Signavio - Business Process Management for Everyone

Signavio will demonstrate the most important features of the Signavio Process Editor and the diverse possibilities it has to offer - from process modeling and collaboration to process analysis and improvement, and process publishing.
 
This demonstration will feature
  • Central process repository
  • Spreadsheet-based process modeling with QuickModel
  • Process modeling with the graphical editor
  • Process maps and process models
  • Modeling notations, e. g. BPMN 2.0
  • Commenting function
  • Approval workflow
  • Attribute management
  • Revision management
  • Dictionary
  • Collaboration portal
  • Process documentation
  • Reporting and simulation
  • and much more…
Three benefits that will be demonstrated:
  • A web-based tool meaning no installation or maintenance, which is accessible from anywhere.
  • Intuitive and easy to use to enable employees without prior modeling experience to be able to model the processes that they carry out each day.
  • Collaborative features make it easy to involve the whole team, allowing the best use to be made of their process expertise.
 


Panelists:

Valentin Jäger, Head of Quality Management and Human Resources Development, Life Food GmbH

Julia Walther, Sales Manager, Signavio


MEET YOUR SPEAKERS

John Kwamya

John Kwamya

NBTY

Presenting: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 1

An experienced business transformation executive with deep expertise in driving growth, reducing costs, improving operations, and successfully creating solutions for complex business problems. With many years of experience in hands-on transactional process improvement, he has the capability to engage at a business or technical level. He leads teams that are re-engineering business processes in areas such as Supply Chain, Retail Store Construction, Procurement, IT and Quality. He has led the NBTY Appian development team since 2013. He received a Master’s in Chemical Engineering (McGill University, Montreal, Canada) and an MBA (Edinburgh Business School). He is certified in Lean Six Sigma (BB) and is a Comptia Certified Technical Trainer.


Lizzie Epstein

Lizzie Epstein

Appian

Presenting: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 1

Lizzie Epstein is the Director of Application Platform at Appian. She has spent 9 years at Appian implementing, selling, and researching business process automation and rapid application development at large enterprises and government agencies around the world. Previously, she was a software engineer on various projects for the U.S. Navy. Ms. Epstein holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Stanford University.


Martin Schmit

Martin Schmit

Manner

Presenting: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 2

Martin is the Process and Workflow Manager at Manner.


Robert Hutter

Robert Hutter

PROLOGICS

Presenting: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 2

Robert Hutter is the founder and CEO of PROLOGICS, a vendor of BPM products and services. He studied Software Engineering at the University of Applied Science in Hagenberg (Austria) and started working as a process and workflow management consultant in the banking and insurance business after his graduation. Today, he advises large and medium size businesses how to successfully transform their traditional businesses into the digital future with the FireStart BPM Suite.


David Spickett

David Spickett

Thomas Cook

Presenting: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1

David is a Lean, Six Sigma and Operations Strategy professional who has worked in Finance, Government, Technology and Insurance sectors before joining Thomas Cook to build and lead their Lean capability group in 2013. The Thomas Cook Group is the oldest and best-known name in leisure travel with a history of innovation that started in 1841. Over 23 million customers travel on holiday with Thomas Cook every year and they serve over 70 destinations from 4 major European segments.


Nigel Warren

Nigel Warren

MatsSoft

Presenting: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1

Nigel has worked in the BPM sector since 2007 heading up marketing for Nimbus-TIBCO before joining MatsSoft in December 2013.


Andy Hendry

Andy Hendry

MatsSoft

Presenting: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1

Andy is a founder of MATS and is chief architect of the MATS platform. He has personally been involved in multiple MATS customer projects since 2004.


Jan Marek

Jan Marek

Generali CZ

Presenting: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2

Jan Marek has been in insurance/financial service industry for almost 6 years. He is responsible for delivering BPM projects across the Generali CEE Holding with a focus on corporate and life insurance. Jan holds a Master’s degree in applied Informatics.


Jiri Subrt

Jiri Subrt

Generali CZ

Presenting: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2

Jiri Subrt has been working in financial and technology services for almost 5 years. He is responsible for business analysis and BPM development at Generali with focus on life and corporate insurance. He holds Master's degree in finance and also quantum optics.


Jeff Klotz

Jeff Klotz

Bizagi

Presenting: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2

Jeff is a Senior Consultant for Bizagi with over a decade of technical, sales and business acumen within the Business Process management Industry. Jeff has a proven track record of communicating with cutting edge technology solutions.


Li Huang

Li Huang

AutoNation

Presenting: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 1

Li is AutoNation’s IT Director for PMO, Process Development, and QA. She works with business teams, IT teams, and technology partners to provide project related and business process related management, guidance and support. Li received her MBA degree from University of Miami and is a Lean Six Sigma black Belt and certified Project Management Professional (PMP).


James Luxford

James Luxford

PNMsoft

Presenting: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 1

James is PNMsoft’s Global CTO, responsible for both Product Strategy and Global Presales. He works with customers, business and technology partners, and the industry to provide global direction for PNMsoft's Business Process Management product suite, Sequence. James joined PNMsoft in September 2007 from Ceridian, where he worked as a Business Solutions Group Manager.


Valentin Jäger

Valentin Jäger

Life Food GmbH

Presenting: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 2

Valentin Jäger is Head of Quality Management and Human Resources Development at Life Food GmbH, who produce organic tofu specialities and export to 14 different countries in Europe. He is also an independent advisor. In his work, he specifically aims to pursue the connection of structural approaches, such as the combination of Quality Management with human oriented practices of instructional design, in an integrated model of organization development. “Process management not only offers the chance to reduce costs, but also to achieve liveable, environmentally friendly and charitable work places and organizations.” This vision drives the BPM and QM experts daily in their work.


Julia Walther

Julia Walther

Signavio

Presenting: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 2

Julia Walther has been a Sales Manager at Signavio for three years. She specialises in assisting organizations to deploy Signavio's software solutions in the retail and food industries, as well as the Swiss public sector. Signavio began as a prototype as part of a research project at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam. Now with offices in Berlin, Sunnyvale and Singapore and the Signavio team is continuously working to improve their BPM offering. In particular, looking for ways to make functionality simpler – and at the same time, provide a comprehensive tool for seasoned experts. To date, more than 750 customers from around the globe have deployed Signavio’s BPM solutions to help optimize their business operations.


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OUR PARTNERS/SPONSORS

Bizagi

About Bizagi: Bizagi is a privately-owned company run by software entrepreneurs who are experts in Business Process Management (BPM). Bizagi disrupted the BPM market with its true Business Agility, and supports over $10bn transactions and the largest BPM projects globally. Over 350 customers including adidas, Generali and BAE rely on Bizagi to transform their businesses resulting in improved operational efficiencies, shorter time to market and better adaptability achieved at 10% of the in-house development costs and 20-30% of the competitive BPM systems. With global headquarters in the UK, offices in Europe, USA and Latin America, Bizagi is supported by a strong implementation partner network worldwide.

Learn more at http://www.bizagi.com


Appian

About Appian: As the market leader in modern BPM software, Appian delivers a Work Platform that unites users with all their data, processes, and collaborations – in one environment, on any mobile device, through a simple social interface. Appian's Business Process Management (BPM) Suite seamlessly integrates work automation with native mobile and social capabilities. Appian is available on-premise and in the cloud, with complete portability. More than 3.5 million users, from Fortune 100 companies to the mid-market and small businesses worldwide, trust Appian to power their critical business processes.

Learn more at http://www.appian.com/


MatsSoft

About MatsSoft: MatsSoft is an innovative, independent software company with a passion for business simplification and improving customer experience. With our help, organizations around the world are “Making Molehills out of Mountains” - with less software, less delay, less cost, less risk and faster, measurable results. Our Cloud iBPM platform “MATS” empowers business people to create and continuously improve customer-centric, agile business solutions. Clients include: Barclaycard, Coca Cola, FedEx, Nationwide Building Society, RBS and Santander.

Learn more at http://www.matssoft.com/


PNMsoft

About PNMsoft: PNMsoft provides BPM software solutions to businesses and organizations worldwide. PNMsoft Sequence™, our Intelligent Business Process Management Suite (iBPMS), enables organizations to transform their processes using a small steps, Big Change approach. Using Sequence’s HotChange® technology, organizations can create intelligent, change-ready processes that transform manual operations into Digital Business. PNMsoft is the leading BPM software provider for Microsoft platforms.

Learn more at http://www.pnmsoft.com/









PROLOGICS

About PROLOGICS: PROLOGICS is a lead vendor in BPM market with its FireStart BPM Suite, providing THE most user-friendly and innovative BPM Suite for smart process and workflow management. Thanks to the great integration capabilities within SharePoint and Outlook environments, customers can now implement successful digital business processes with no time an effort to create great user experience and acceptance for both, their customers and employees. The FireStart has been widely adopted in the last few years, serving customers around the world in more than 15 different Industries. Clients include well-known brands like Manner, Palfinger and Swarovski.

Learn more at http://www.prologics-it.com


Lean Six Sigma LinkedIn Group

About Lean Six Sigma LinkedIn Group : The LinkedIn Lean Six Sigma Group is the largest Social Networking Group of Process Excellence Practitioners in the world. PEX Network has been a Thought Leader and Contributor since 2011. We are a central hub for author’s books, articles, white papers, podcasts, blogs, events and conferences. Consultants, and thought leaders are visiting regularly to support members in projects, productivity, training, skills development, coaching, mentoring, financials, statistical software, simulation, teams, organizational development, and more…. We practice in every Industry and have private subgroups for special topics such as Healthcare, Private Sector, Jobs, BPM, Information Technology, Kaizen, & Operational Excellence.

Learn more at https://www.linkedin.com/grp/home?gid=37987


Signavio

About Signavio: Signavio offers both On-Premise and Software as a Service solutions for Business Process Management and Business Decision Management. With offices in Berlin, California and Singapore; the company has a fast-growing customer base and stands out through technical innovation and Business Process Management industry knowledge. The Signavio Process Editor was designed to be intuitive and user-friendly. Modeling processes using BPMN 2.0 is ideal for professional use, while QuickModel (process design in a spreadsheet format), enables even those without any prior modeling experience to become involved. Recently-added DMN 2.0 support, now enables incorporation of decisions into process models. The QuickModel for iPad® App, allows business processes to be captured wherever you are and combined with the comment function and BPM collaboration portal, makes Signavio the pioneer in collaborative process design. The modeling guidelines feature and process validation module, also ensure continuity in modeling as all models are developed according to the standards defined by the user. Furthermore, the simulation package allows comparison of different scenarios, including cost calculations. Test and compare models to optimize workflow design before making implementation decisions. Signavio also offers smooth integration with leading BPA software providers, enabling simple process execution. Try the Signavio Process Editor 300-day free trial today.

Learn more at http://www.signavio.com/try









Presented by:



John Kwamya

NBTY

An experienced business transformation executive with deep expertise in driving growth, reducing costs, improving operations, and successfully creating solutions for complex business problems. With many years of experience in hands-on transactional process improvement, he has the capability to engage at a business or technical level. He leads teams that are re-engineering business processes in areas such as Supply Chain, Retail Store Construction, Procurement, IT and Quality. He has led the NBTY Appian development team since 2013. He received a Master’s in Chemical Engineering (McGill University, Montreal, Canada) and an MBA (Edinburgh Business School). He is certified in Lean Six Sigma (BB) and is a Comptia Certified Technical Trainer.

Speaking on: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 1


Lizzie Epstein

Appian

Lizzie Epstein is the Director of Application Platform at Appian. She has spent 9 years at Appian implementing, selling, and researching business process automation and rapid application development at large enterprises and government agencies around the world. Previously, she was a software engineer on various projects for the U.S. Navy. Ms. Epstein holds a B.S. in Computer Science and Mathematics from Stanford University.

Speaking on: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 1


Martin Schmit

Manner

Martin is the Process and Workflow Manager at Manner.

Speaking on: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 2


Robert Hutter

PROLOGICS

Robert Hutter is the founder and CEO of PROLOGICS, a vendor of BPM products and services. He studied Software Engineering at the University of Applied Science in Hagenberg (Austria) and started working as a process and workflow management consultant in the banking and insurance business after his graduation. Today, he advises large and medium size businesses how to successfully transform their traditional businesses into the digital future with the FireStart BPM Suite.

Speaking on: Day One: BPM Open House > Session 2


David Spickett

Thomas Cook

David is a Lean, Six Sigma and Operations Strategy professional who has worked in Finance, Government, Technology and Insurance sectors before joining Thomas Cook to build and lead their Lean capability group in 2013. The Thomas Cook Group is the oldest and best-known name in leisure travel with a history of innovation that started in 1841. Over 23 million customers travel on holiday with Thomas Cook every year and they serve over 70 destinations from 4 major European segments.

Speaking on: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1


Nigel Warren

MatsSoft

Nigel has worked in the BPM sector since 2007 heading up marketing for Nimbus-TIBCO before joining MatsSoft in December 2013.

Speaking on: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1


Andy Hendry

MatsSoft

Andy is a founder of MATS and is chief architect of the MATS platform. He has personally been involved in multiple MATS customer projects since 2004.

Speaking on: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 1


Jan Marek

Generali CZ

Jan Marek has been in insurance/financial service industry for almost 6 years. He is responsible for delivering BPM projects across the Generali CEE Holding with a focus on corporate and life insurance. Jan holds a Master’s degree in applied Informatics.

Speaking on: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2


Jiri Subrt

Generali CZ

Jiri Subrt has been working in financial and technology services for almost 5 years. He is responsible for business analysis and BPM development at Generali with focus on life and corporate insurance. He holds Master's degree in finance and also quantum optics.

Speaking on: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2


Jeff Klotz

Bizagi

Jeff is a Senior Consultant for Bizagi with over a decade of technical, sales and business acumen within the Business Process management Industry. Jeff has a proven track record of communicating with cutting edge technology solutions.

Speaking on: Day Two: BPM Open House > Session 2


Li Huang

AutoNation

Li is AutoNation’s IT Director for PMO, Process Development, and QA. She works with business teams, IT teams, and technology partners to provide project related and business process related management, guidance and support. Li received her MBA degree from University of Miami and is a Lean Six Sigma black Belt and certified Project Management Professional (PMP).

Speaking on: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 1


James Luxford

PNMsoft

James is PNMsoft’s Global CTO, responsible for both Product Strategy and Global Presales. He works with customers, business and technology partners, and the industry to provide global direction for PNMsoft's Business Process Management product suite, Sequence. James joined PNMsoft in September 2007 from Ceridian, where he worked as a Business Solutions Group Manager.

Speaking on: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 1


Valentin Jäger

Life Food GmbH

Valentin Jäger is Head of Quality Management and Human Resources Development at Life Food GmbH, who produce organic tofu specialities and export to 14 different countries in Europe. He is also an independent advisor. In his work, he specifically aims to pursue the connection of structural approaches, such as the combination of Quality Management with human oriented practices of instructional design, in an integrated model of organization development. “Process management not only offers the chance to reduce costs, but also to achieve liveable, environmentally friendly and charitable work places and organizations.” This vision drives the BPM and QM experts daily in their work.

Speaking on: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 2


Julia Walther

Signavio

Julia Walther has been a Sales Manager at Signavio for three years. She specialises in assisting organizations to deploy Signavio's software solutions in the retail and food industries, as well as the Swiss public sector. Signavio began as a prototype as part of a research project at the Hasso-Plattner-Institute in Potsdam. Now with offices in Berlin, Sunnyvale and Singapore and the Signavio team is continuously working to improve their BPM offering. In particular, looking for ways to make functionality simpler – and at the same time, provide a comprehensive tool for seasoned experts. To date, more than 750 customers from around the globe have deployed Signavio’s BPM solutions to help optimize their business operations.

Speaking on: Day Three: BPM Open House > Session 2


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BPM Open House March 2013

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