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Webinar: Eliminate BPM Bloat: Lean Business Process Discovery & Implementation For Fast ROI

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Need to get an application online quickly? Getting rid of the BPM project bloat? It's time to get lean.

A lean approach to business process management makes it simple to design and deploy collaborative, process-centric applications without coding skills. This means you automate processes across teams, connect to back end system, and design slick Web 2.0 interfaces without writing a lick of code. The result: you get your applications online quickly without the cost, complexity, infrastructure of traditional BPM systems.

When you take a lean approach to process management, you can start right away--with your next process discovery session.  Join us to learn how.

Trimming the fat of your process discovery sessions is a great way to get started with Lean BPM. With a few simple techniques, including the use of time-boxing and conference room pilots, you'll be able to streamline process discovery sessions and get applications online faster.

Join this session as we show you how to get lean with your BPM projects. You'll see how prototypes and conference room pilots will help you deploy process-based applications quickly, and at a fraction of the cost and complexity compared to traditional BPM systems.

FEATURED SPEAKER  



Nathan Rawlins 



Sr. Director of Product Marketing



Serena Software

DURATION: 60 minute presentation and interactive question and answer session.

FEATURED SPONSOR: Serena Software

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