Once you arrive, everything is provided by Ultimus-all your food, drinks, training, networking and fun. (And, you don't have to detail it all on your expense report).
You are an Ultimus User and you want to extend your training and find out best practices from the experts that can help you accelerate your business or department's performance.
You want to learn about Business Process Management from the industry leaders that have been in the business the longest- with the most customers- who have designed more process templates than anyone.
There is no registration fee for the conference.
This User Conference is the premier event for meeting with your peers and learning what they're are up to. According to Gartner " Business process management suites (BPMS) will be among the fastest growing software markets through 2011, exceeding $1 billion in 2007 in software revenues and will reach $2.6 billion by 2011" Your competitors are implementing BPM across many areas of their company-Are you?
You'll meet the thought leaders and market movers: Every conference claims to present the "industry leaders," but no other event delivers on that promise like Ultimus. The speaker lineup in San Antonio includes industry leaders from Southwest Airlines, Gartner Research and pioneering enterprise executives.
You'll hear from users who've "walked the walk": Ultimus will feature senior IT executives from a wide range of enterprises who will describe their migration strategies, decision criteria and the lessons learned from using the Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite.
This is the first opportunity to see the unveiling of Ultimus Adaptive BPM Suite version 8.1 and a roadmap for future releases.
You get to hear a Gartner analyst speak on BPM trends and Why Ultimus? -Without having to pay for a $2k Gartner conference fee.
It's October. It's San Antonio. It's along the vaunted river walk. It's in a great hotel.
Who Should Attend? Anyone with a BPM decision to make...
- IT and business executives involved with BPM initiatives
- HR and change management executives
- Business and systems analysts
- Chief process officers and BPM project managers
- Business process owners
- Strategy, operations, finance, and compliance leaders
- Quality management and QA officers
Mary Katherine Strupe