Learn Better Federal Practices at Appian World 2011
Appian World 2011 offers a free chance to learn how government agencies can improve core processes to deliver better service at lower cost. If you will be in the Washington, DC area April 13-15, come to the Hyatt Regency Reston to hear government agency success stories and learn the latest federal process best practices. Appian World 2011 is open to all process professionals in the federal government, and offers a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. Register here.
National attention on the cost and short-comings of government agency operations seems to be at an all-time high. The IT systems that support our public servants’ abilities to execute their missions are under scrutiny all the way up the food chain to Federal CIO Vivek Kundra. From security processing to acquisition, project management, compliance & oversight and more, BPM software is proven to help agencies attain higher performance faster.
The Appian World 2011 conference agenda holds something for everyone. In addition to visionary presentations from leading BPM analysts, Keith Seaman, Acting Director of the Business Transformation Agency (BTA), will deliver a keynote on process improvement in the government. Joel Robinson, Chief of Technical Services for the U.S. Army, will discuss Army Knowledge Online (AKO) and BPM. There will also be BPM user panel discussions around the latest trends of mobility, social technology and cloud computing, as well as a session exploring the range of BPM solutions for government.
There will be ample networking opportunities, and Appian executives and product experts will be on hand to provide in-depth information about our technology.
The federal government, military and civilian, is on the threshold of a budget-inspired transformation. Register today for Appian World 2011 and learn what’s on the horizon to make that transformation as painless as possible.
-Ben Farrell, Director, Corporate Communications