WfMC Global Awards for Excellence in
Business Process Management
Get recognized for your vision and your team's superb efforts!
2016 Awards Ceremony will be held on Thursday December 15 from 11am to 1pm EST.
The awards ceremony will kick off with a brief presentation by noted thought leader and WfMC Executive Director Nathaniel Palmer, looking at key trends and milestones in the BPM arena, as well as the larger business and technology trends shaping BPM and Process Automation for 2016 and beyond.
WfMC Chairman and leading author Keith Swenson will then provide an overview of award winners, the judging process, and key trends observed. Following the opening presentations, Swenson and Palmer will present each award, including an overview of notable achievements.
Imagine your BPM project receiving an award...
A recent survey showed that industry awards really do make a difference in a business-to-business context. “... 82% of buyers are influenced by awards when buying products and services for their business..."
Do you have an interesting and innovative case study about a BPM implementation at your company or your customer's company? Send us a brief abstract (free), we'll give you quick feedback on whether this case study qualifies to enter the awards, plus helpful feedback on what can make it even better.
You have the opportunity to win a prestigious award and publication in the next book in the annual Excellence in Practice series.
and many MORE...
By helping the entire industry continue to evolve and mature and for BPM practitioners to learn from each other through these outstanding examples by gaining visibility into BPM excellence and best practices.
Some organizations significantly outperform others in their industry. They become more agile by adopting smarter work practices and transforming their business processes to be more dynamic, collaborative, and connected.
Often, the business processes themselves create competitive advantage. Increased revenue at reduced cost makes more money for a very effective business. Changing market opportunities, customer demands, new technology and calls for cost reduction can make it seem impossible to keep operational chaos at bay.
True visionaries are not content with merely achieving benefits; they are proactively driven to raise the standard for excellence in their industry—in essence, moving the competitive goalposts.
Enter now with your short abstract - no commitment.
Download this free chapter extracted from the book with an award-winning case study by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs explaining how they used to BPM to ensure that US Veterans would always enjoy uninterrupted benefits.