Warwick, UK and Boston, MA (PRWEB) July 25, 2006 –-
The BPM Group today announced that the Global Awards for Excellence in BPM & Workflow – in association with WfMC and WARIA – will be presented to winning entrants at the Process2006 Conference in London (http://www.process2006.com).
The prestigious Global Awards for Excellence in BPM & Workflow are used to recognize organizations that have demonstrably excelled in implementing innovative solutions to meet strategic business objectives. These highly sought-after awards are only given to organizations that have achieved a high impact in benefits such as cost-savings, are doing business in a way not previously possible, or have moved the competitive goal posts for their industries.
Presentation of the Awards at the Process2006 conference further affirms the stature of this event as the leading business process practitioner conference in the world. Process2006 features a compelling mix of thought leaders, BPM practitioners, authors, and experts including Peter Fingar (author/thought leader), Peter Blatter (Citibank COO), Steve Towers (CEO, BPM Group), Jon Pyke (Chairman WfMC), Howard Smith (CTO – CSC), Mark McGregor, Roger Tregear, Terry Schurter, Martyn Ould, Rashid Khan, Robin Bloor, Keith Harrison-Broninski, John Sutherland, John Kelly (Editor, European Quality Journal), Dirk de Wit (BPM Forum, Belgium), Ulrich Nawrath (BMW) and many more.
This year’s conference agenda is the most extensive ever with over 40 sessions, 3 conference tracks, 6 tutorials, at least 11 case studies, presentations by WfMC, Bloor Research, BPMG and OMG - and the presentation of the Global Awards for Excellence in BPM & Workflow.
The Process2006 conference also excels in the opportunity to conduct business networking and to gain access to the leaders in the industry. The event is sponsored by the not for profit BPMG and is focused on helping BPM practitioners gain access to the information and people that can help them achieve personal success in the practice of business process management.
The event will be held in London on September 19th and 20th at the Radisson SAS Portman Hotel (in London’s fashionable West End) with a tutorial day preceding the event on September 18th. For more information on the conference and for reservations please visit http://www.process2006.com.
BPMG is the largest BPM community in the world with over 16,000 registered members and 1.5 million+ hits (from over 80,000 unique visitors) per month on their website, http://www.bpmg.org. BPMG is a global community with 124 countries represented in its membership. The organization provides a wealth of resources to the BPM community including BPM training, seminars, conferences and consulting across the globe. The organization is currently engaged in an aggressive expansion of content and resources to support the rapid growth of corporate BPM adoption.
About the Workflow Management Coalition (http://www.wfmc.org)
The WfMC, founded in August 1993, is a non-profit, international organization of workflow vendors, users, analysts and university/research groups. The Coalition's mission is to promote and develop the use of workflow through the establishment of standards for software terminology, interoperability and connectivity between workflow products. Comprising over 300 members worldwide, the Coalition is the only standards body for this specific software market. The creation of the WfMC Standards Reference Model has proved its importance in other areas of technology, most notably the ISO Seven Layer reference model for computer communications.
About WARIA (http://www.waria.com)
The charter of the Workflow And Reengineering International Association is to identify and clarify issues that are common to all users of workflow and those who are in the process of reengineering their organizations. WARIA's mission is to make sense of what's happening at the intersection of Business Process Reengineering, Process Management, Workflow and Electronic Commerce and reach clarity through sharing experiences, product evaluations, networking among users and vendors, education and training.