About Process Excellence Network
The Process Excellence Network (PEX Network) is an online news source and global community, which has served process professionals, business leaders and executives who want to improve their businesses through process and operational excellence, for more than 10 years. With a global membership of 150,000+, and a burgeoning global portfolio of live events, webinars, and networking opportunities, our mission is to inspire and inform our members with access to practical advice on business improvement tools, methodologies and technologies in order to achieve their business goals.
PEX Network provides industry news, expert commentary and learning resources developed by experienced process professionals and industry insiders. The focus is on peer-to-peer sharing of what it really takes to harness the power of people, process and technology and improve business operations. Coverage includes Business Process Management (BPM), Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Lean, Change Management, Operational Excellence, Data Analytics, Innovation, Six Sigma & Quality, Performance Management, Information Technology Trends and Customer Experience.
About our Advisory Board
The Process Excellence Network Advisory Board consists of 13 key thinkers and thought leaders in the operational excellence and process improvement space. These seasoned industry experts guide the topics on the PEX Network site in addition to frequently contributing content and media. These industry leaders were selected due to the caliber of their work within their respective areas of expertise. These experts connect four times a year to discuss the latest developments and trends in process improvement and operational excellence.
About the Process Excellence Awards
PEX Network's industry renowned Process Excellence Awards are an ideal way to publicly benchmark and recogize your Process Excellence business results as well as motivate and renew passion within your organizational team. Like no other award program, it's for the community, judged by the community, so what better way to put your improvement program back on your CEO's agenda and elevate your company's profile in the industry?