Webinar Summary:

In order to accelerate digital transformation, IT leaders are turning to low-code BPM platforms that enable the delivery of applications in days and weeks, instead of months. But what are low-code platforms, what is driving their growing popularity, and how are they changing BPM priorities and requirements?

Our guest presenter, Forrester Research Principal Analyst Clay Richardson, explains how the need to accelerate digital transformation has created a new business case for BPM and fueled the emergence of low-code BPM platforms.

Carsten Neumann of Ultimus introduces Composed Process Solutions, a new “industrial approach” to low-code development, and describes how automated manufacturing – generating software from business requirements - produces unmatched improvements in application delivery time, quality, manageability, cost - and business value.

Hasan Irmak, CEO of Imageware AG, examines the benefits and risks of low-code platforms and his criteria for selecting a platform vendor.

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Guest Presenters:

Clay Richardson
Principal Analyst,
Forrester Research

Clay serves Enterprise Architecture Professionals and is a leading expert on business process management (BPM) software, services, and methodologies. Clay delivers strategic guidance to professionals seeking to re-design and improve business processes to deliver better customer experience. Clay specifically helps enterprises establish BPM strategies, governance standards, and BPM centers of excellence; identify Agile and Lean methodologies best suited for BPM projects; and establish vendors and technologies that help automate and optimize mission-critical business processes.
Carsten Neumann
Senior Vice President,
Ultimus Enterprise Solutions

Carsten Neumann joined Ultimus in 2013 as Senior Vice President – Enterprise Solutions and has responsibility for solutions delivery. Carsten has over 15 years of experience building and leading enterprise-scale managed solutions provider operations and designing and implementing process improvement solutions. Prior to Ultimus, Carsten was Director of Tool and Process Architecture, Process Management, Continuous Improvement and Development for Computacenter. He also held management positions at GE CompuNet, Xerox, and Agip.
Hasan Irmak
Imageware AG

Hasan Irmak is the CEO of ImageWare AG, one of the leading Swiss integrators of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) solutions, and a recognized expert in the design and implementation of BPM-based solutions. Over his 22 years at ImageWare, Hasan has led numerous major projects for customers in Government and Regulated Industries. Prior to ImageWare, he was a BPM/BPR Consultant with Wang Switzerland AG and an engineer at Honeywell Information Systems.

Key Takeaways:

  • Digital acceleration will be the primary focus of BPM investments
  • Digital Business creates new requirements for BPM platforms
  • Choose a platform that produces better applications, not just more

Who should watch:

  • Business leaders driving digital business initiatives
  • IT Leaders
  • AD&D Professionals
  • BPM Professionals