BPMN Interchange Demo at OMG Technical Meeting and bpmNEXT
- Published: March 18, 2014
Do you need to move your business process models from one tool to another as part of your process improvement lifecycle? Would you like to learn more about BPMN interoperability and how BPMN can benefit your organization? Interested in meeting BPMN experts and being among the first to know about current and future technologies in business process modeling and automation?
The event will be hosted by Denis Gagne of OMG BPMN Model Interchange Working Group (BPMN MIWG) featuring a multitude of BPMN-based tools and platforms. Do not miss the opportunity to see a smooth and complete interchange of process models between leading software vendors.
Cannot make it? Then join the live stream of the interchange demo via this link: Live-Stream
Participants of the demonstration include:
Blueworks Live from IBM
Bonita BPM Studio Community Edition from Bonitasoft (Open Source)
Oracle BPM Suite from Oracle
Process Modeler for Microsoft Visio from itp-commerce
ADONIS from BOC Group
Signavio Process Editor from Signavio
W4 BPMN+ from W4 Software
Yaoqiang BPMN Editor from Yaoqiang
Activiti Designer from Alfresco (Open Source)
With the participation of BPM.com
and the participation of KnowProcess.com
At a glance:
Register for the Live Stream
Provided by the Business Process Incubator
When: March 25th-27th, 2014 Interchange Demo: March 26th, 2014 at 11:00hrs (PT)
Where: Asilomar Conference Grounds 800 Asilomar Ave, Pacific Grove, CA 93950, United States
OMG technical meeting
When: March 24th-28th, 2014 Interchange Demo: March 26th, 2014 at 14:00hrs (ET)
Where: Hyatt Regency Reston Lake Thoreau room (2nd floor)
1800 Presidents Street, Reston, VA 20190
bpmNEXT will showcase what's next in the area of business process management from 25-27 march. Witness the latest developments in the BPM area and see how to ensure your organization's ability with the commitment to standards, interoperability and sustainability. Learn how to continue to use the systems and technologies you currently have in place and be ahead with future technologies. Find more information about the program and the speakers at the bpmNEXT website.
The OMG technical meeting on 24-28 march brings together IT architects, business analysts and government experts as well as vendors and end users. Every meeting is a great opportunity to meet and network with these experts and to get a firsthand insight about how to influence the direction of future standards. Connect directly with standards specialists of the tech industry, and learn about the future landscape of enterprise technologies. Find more information on the OMG website, and save the date now!