May 10, 2007

Appian to Present Vision for Next Generation BPMS at the 2007 Camp IT Conference

Appian Provides Insights on Optimizing BPM Solutions for Each Organization’s Specific Need
Vienna, VA., May 10, 2007 Appian, the leading provider of Business Process Management Suites (BPMS), has been asked to present on “The BPM Investment: Defining the Process, the Involvement and the Specific Impact” at the 2007 Camp IT Conference. In this session Appian’s Director of Solution Strategy, John Lojek, discuss how BPM can be used to define, manage, and optimize cross-enterprise business processes within a hybrid environment of people, content and systems. Attendees will learn how to evaluate where they are along the BPM readiness spectrum and will gain a thorough understanding of how BPM can address their individual business needs. Lojek will provide attendees with a detailed check list for defining processes, evaluating the project scope, and justifying the value of a BPM implementation. Appian will also sponsor and exhibit at the 2007 Camp IT Conference which is designed to help IT professionals understand new technologies and make the critical, strategic and tactical decisions for their enterprises. Since 1984, CAMP has provided over 20,000 enterprise IT executives, management and technical staff with a consistent format for exchanging ideas and collaborating on IT solutions.

The Camp IT Conference will be held at the Stevens Convention Center, Rosemont (O’Hare), Illinois. Appian will be located in conference room 44.

The Camp IT Conference will take place on May 10, 2007 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Appian will exhibit during the entire conference and executive John Lojek will present on a panel from 8:30-9:30am.


About Appian

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