As your business grows and its complexity increases, good process repository management becomes more and more vital. Enterprises need a single source of truth where all information can be not just stored, but easily accessed and engaged with by all employees.
In this webinar, Dr. Mathias Kirchmer, industry thought leader and founder of BPM-D, will detail the keys to process repository management, and how to integrate them into your overall BPM discipline.
Dr. Kirchmer will be joined by Ken Torres, Enterprise Sales Executive at Signavio. Ken will set the stage for the importance of process repository management by sharing his experiences talking to business leaders across the world about their most pressing process challenges. Together, the two will make clear how process repository management can help businesses cope with:
- The rapid pace of technological change
- A shift in focus towards customer experience
- Complex, evolving regulations and more…
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At a Glance:
Topic: Process Repositories – How to Achieve Real Value and Outcomes
Date: June 7th, at 12:00 p.m. ET / 9:00 a.m. PT / 5:00 p.m. BST
Speaker: Dr. Mathias Kirchmer, Founder and CEO, BPM-D + Ken Torres, Enterprise Sales Executive, Signavio
Where: LIVE online
Dr. Mathias Kirchmer bio:
Dr. Kirchmer is a thought leader and innovator in the field of Business Process Management (BPM), integrating business and technology initiatives to deliver the targeted value. He is the founder and CEO of BPM-D, a company focused on enabling ongoing digital transformation and strategy execution through the discipline of BPM. Dr. Kirchmer holds a PhD in Information Systems from Saarbrucken University, a Master in Business Informatics from Karlsruhe Technical University, as well as a Master in Economics from Paris-IX-Dauphine University.