WfMC Global Awards for
Excellence in BPM and Workflow

Silver Trays and Crystal Cups

2015 Winners Announced

Press Release Here

View the live awards ceremony replay here.


2016 Awards will open for entries in the July timeframe.

The prestigious annual Global Awards for Excellence in BPM and Workflow are highly coveted by organizations that seek recognition for their achievements.

Why you should enter

Visualize your BPM project as a finalist...

  • Your team and your company gain international recognition as industry leaders and innovators...
  • You have clearly demonstrated competitive advantage in your industry; your corporation grows even faster...
  • Your team, your project and your department receive internal recognition, additional project funding and more...
  • Ongoing recognition and awareness of your award by using the official Award Winner logo on all your websites, emails, product literature etc.
  • Opportunity to participate in our mini-book program for high-converting lead generation. Example here

A recent survey by Boost Marketing showed that industry awards really do make a difference in a business-to-business context. “The survey found that 82% of those taking part admitted to being influenced by awards when buying products and services for their business. This statistic does vary depending on the product or service under consideration, for example the statistic is 72% for financial services and over 90% for construction services."

Your Next Steps... start preparing now.

Do you have a 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 you should indeed enter the awards.

You will have the opportunity to win a prestigious award and publication in the next book in the annual Excellence in Practice series.

Submissions should indicate specific areas of focus, however the awards winners wlll be categorized by the committee judges based on the most applicable industry vertical or horizontal function.

Simply submit a 250-word abstract before you create the full case study. Free, quick and easy.

The judges will give you valuable feedback on your abstract with advice on making a good submission even better - before you commit to paying your entry fee and completing your full case study. Save time, effort and money. Submit here...

  • If you are familiar with the awards process and you do not wish to submit an extract, and simply require the latest Q&A template to submit the completed case study, just complete the short form here.

No entry fee is required for nominating US government agencies or entries nominated by US government entities.

Select a link below for additional detail...

  • Submit your 250-word Abstract here (free, quick and easy) for judges' feedback
  • BPM Awards Overview
  • BPM Awards Guidelines
  • BPM Awards Rules

Sponsored by WfMC with media support from and Future Strategies Inc., and now in their 20th year, these prestigious awards recognize user organizations that have demonstrably excelled in implementing innovative business process solutions to meet strategic business objectives.

How do we promote BPM through the Awards?

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. 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.
Read more here...

Enter now with your short abstract - no commitment.

Join the ranks of these winning nominators...

and many MORE...

See list of winners and nominators here...

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We have partnered with Boost Marketing who offer experienced and qualified writers to assist with your assembly and submission.

In our experience, many promising award-worthy entries lose points with the judges because of poor presentation, whether due to lack of time, submission-writing experience or for whom English is a second language. Get expert help and advice.