BPM Group Membership Passes 20,000 Member Mark - Milestone Celebrated with Bizchange Conference Free Ticket Drawing

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The BPM Group is proud to announce that its Global Business Club has passed the 20,000 member mark. In celebration of this landmark event, the BPM Group is giving away 20 free tickets to the Bizchange Bridging the Gap conference to held in Arlington, Texas March 12- 15, 2007.

The BPM Group is proud to announce that its Global Business Club has passed the 20,000 member mark. In celebration of this landmark event, the BPM Group is giving away 20 free tickets to the Bizchange Bridging the Gap conference to held in Arlington, Texas March 12- 15, 2007.

The drawing is open to both BPM Group members and non-members at this link: http://www.bpmg.org/Conference_Special.php. Winners will be notified by email.

Founded in 1992, the BPM Group (http://www.bpmg.org) is the oldest and largest not-for-profit business club focused on Business Process Management. With over 70 thought leaders sharing their insights on successful application of business and technology practices related to process and the only fully internationally accredited training in Business Process Management, the BPM Group is the established leadership community on "all things process."

Recently passing the 20,000 member mark, the BPM Group is celebrating this milestone event with a drawing for 20 free tickets to the upcoming Bizchange Bridging the Gap conference - the world's first [OUTSIDE-IN] conference founded on "Outside-In" thinking, the true perspective of the Customer.

Bizchange Bridging the Gap is a unique conference learning program that "bridges the gap" between Business and Technology by immersing participants in a guided process of "discovery" on how to quickly and efficiently translate business goals into supporting systems to maximize resulting business success. Sponsored by the BPM Group, the Bizchange Bridging the Gap conference will be held at the Arlington Convention Center in Arlington, Texas on March 12 - 15, 2007.

"BPM Group community growth in 2006 has surpassed all expectations while our rise in growth rate continues unabated" said Steve Towers, CEO BPM Group. "Giving away tickets to the Bizchange event is a great way of celebrating our success. It's our way of saying thank you to our members and the thousands of others that visit our site every month. I personally invite you to enter our drawing for a chance to win a free ticket to the Bizchange conference."

The BPM Group has experienced accelerated growth in membership, site visits, unique site visitors and training delegates in their accredited training program for over 3 years now. In that time membership has more than tripled, site visits have increased over 400% and unique visitors have grown even more - over 470%. Serving an international audience, the BPM Group as also expanded its accredited training program to include more certified coaches and additional venues on a global basis.

"Giving away tickets for the Bizchange event in commemoration of our membership milestone directly aligns with our organizational mission of empowering people to achieve success. The Bridging the Gap program for this event is designed to expand attendees' skills by melding business goals and systems into a single, unified perspective. Now that will achieve success…" stated Terry Schurter, CIO BPM Group.

Bizchange Bridging the Gap free drawing link: http://www.bpmg.org/Conference_Special.php

About BPMG

BPMG is the largest BPM community in the world with over 20,000 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.

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