BPM Live 2019 - all systems go!

Digital landscape

From the birth of the smart phone to the rapid growth and influence of business process management (BPM) robotics, artificial intelligence, blockchain, process mining and others, the world has seen a constant evolution in disruptive innovation; industry 4.0 is here to stay.

To tackle these challenges and help companies to navigate unprecedented change, BPM Live 2019 is designed for anyone interested in keeping up with developments in the market, competition, and growth, but more specifically, process and operational excellence professionals globally.

The virtual conference is a series of webinars accessible from anywhere in the world via computer, smartphone or tablet and has been running for 7 years. Last year's event broke records with over 2,000 delegates signing up to watch presentations. 

This year the event runs from September 23-26, with an agenda packed with the biggest names in the BPM world: BluePrism, Signavio, Appian,  Nintex,  Flowforma, K2, Software AG, Automation Anywhere, Minit and EdgeVerve are all running interactive sessions. 

'The benefits to businesses accessing this information is huge,' says Head of Marketing Aya Gharbawi. 'As well as being able to join in the discussion, delegates are spoiled with supporting material that covers how-to guides, tips for implementation and changing business culture to keep up with technology. Live delegates can join in the Q and A session at the end of each webinar, and watch back on demand to make sure they haven't missed any pearls of wisdom.'   

The event is free to attend as a delegate - anyone interested should register their information here: https://www.processexcellencenetwork.com/online-events/bpm-live

'We're expecting an even bigger take up than we had last year,' says Ian. 'With the latest developments in the digital world, artificial intelligence and cognitive robots are having a huge impact on businesses. We are a vital part of keeping delegates aware of a landscape that is constantly changing, and equipping them with the tools they need to thrive in the the coming months rather than get outmaneuvered by the competition.'

Event sponsors and partners should contact Head of PEX Digital, Edward.Wells@pexnetwork.com

For all other inquiries, please contact Editor, PEXNetwork, ian@pexnetwork.com.