Appian Invited to Participate in “BPM & Enterprise 2.0” Panel at ebizQ’s BPM in Action Online Conference
Vienna, VA., March 6, 2007 – Appian Corporation, the leading provider of Business Process Management Suites (BPMS), today announced that Philip Larson, Director of Product Management, will participate in a BPM In Action online panel entitled: “How Web 2.0 is becoming Enterprise 2.0” on March 6 at 1:00 p.m. EST. Taking place during the first-ever BPM In Action Virtual Conference (http://www.bpminaction.com), the panel will be moderated by BPM Architect and Blogger, Sandy Kemsley, and will provide attendees with insights into the opportunities and changes that BPM users can expect as a result of Web 2.0 technologies being adopted within the enterprise.
“At Appian, we believe Web 2.0 technologies are positively affecting the enterprise by helping deliver increased business value, enabling companies to address new markets, and optimizing business processes,” said Philip Larson, Director of Product Management for Appian. “This is why Appian continues to out innovate and out invest our competitors in Web 2.0 technologies such as AJAX and RSS. We believe competitive advantage can be gained by cultivating process ecosystems and communities that have the right tools and the right authority to improve and innovate how work gets done. I am proud and humbled to be a part of such a distinguished panel discussing such a timely and important topic.”
The panel is comprised of top BPM executives that will focus on the evolution from the consumer-focused Web 2.0 to the business-focused Enterprise 2.0. Panelists will discuss several key topics including BPM platform changes, the impact of browser-based tools and software as a service, new tools and techniques for improving user participation in process design and execution, and new ways of “mashing up” BPM data with internal and external data.
The BPM in Action Virtual Conference was developed to provide organizations with real world actionable advice and best practices for planning, building and managing BPM solutions. It is a two day conference sponsored by ebizQ, a venue for business and IT professionals with the need to exchange information on business integration technologies, problems and solutions.
Appian provides a leading low-code software development platform that enables organizations to rapidly develop powerful and unique applications. The applications created on Appian’s platform help companies drive digital transformation and competitive differentiation. For more information, visit www.appian.com.