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Drive new business value by combining workflow, rules, and complex event processing
Your business requires software that is quick to adapt to changing rules and events. Join IDC and Red Hat to review the evolving role of business process management (BPM) in the world of agile applications and mobile information workers.More
Evolutions in BPM
Over the past few years, enterprises have broadened the role BPM software plays in process improvement. BPM software is evolving and becoming more adaptive—moving from manual workflows to automated tasks, back-end orchestration, extensive use of rules, event-driven problem detection, and more dynamic capabilities.
In BPM projects, rules and events have become just as important as—and often more important than— workflow.
What you'll learn in this webinar
In this webinar, guest speaker Mauren Fleming, program VP for BPM and Middleware at IDC, and Phil Simpson, product marketing manager at Red Hat, will discuss:
- The evolving role of BPM in agile applications and mobile information workers.
- Latest trends in the BPM market.
- How Red Hat® JBoss® Enterprise BRMS is creating intelligent business operations.
Date: February 7, 2013
- 14:00 UTC / 9:00AM (New York) / 3:00PM (Paris) / 7:30PM (Mumbai)
- 19:00 UTC / 2:00PM (New York) / 8:00PM (Paris) / 12:30AM (Mumbai)