Appian and BPM Basics Host Webinar on Key Roles in Business Process Management
Vienna, VA., December 6, 2006 – Appian Corporation, the leading supplier of Business Process Management Suites (BPMS), and BPM Basics, the first online center designed to help IT and business users with Business Process Management (BPM), will present a live webinar entitled “BPM 104: Roles in Business Process Management” on December 14, 2006 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
During this webinar, BPM Expert John Lojek will identify the key personnel that must take part in a BPM project, as well as the roles that different stakeholders, such as analysts, architects, and developers, play in successfully attaining the overall business goal of a BPM deployment. Building on this discussion, Appian’s Director of Professional Services, Myles Weber, will highlight the best approaches for building the right BPM team for your specific project. What: BPM 104: Roles in Business Process Management
When: Thursday, December 14, 2006, 2:00-3:00 p.m. EST
Who: John Lojek, BPM Expert, BPM Basics
Myles Weber, Director of Professional Services, Appian
About BPM Basics
BPM Basics is the first online resource center designed to help IT and business users understand the evolution, usage, and benefits of business process management. Launched by Appian Corporation, the site features three main sections:
- BPM Content: Explores what BPM is, how BPM creates value, and where BPM is being used.
- BPM Tools: Gives users access to a BPM glossary, various BPM tests, and the BPM Expert.
- BPM Resources: Features links to BPM articles, reports, events, classes, and organizations.
Appian delivers an enterprise platform for digital transformation that enables organizations to revolutionize their customer experience, optimize their business operations, and master global risk and compliance. Powered by industry leading Business Process Management (BPM) and Case Management capabilities, Appian’s low-code approach can radically accelerate the time it takes to build and deploy powerful, modern applications, on-premises or in the cloud.