Santa Barbara, California, April 18-20
Now in its 5th year, bpmNEXT remains the definitive showcase of the next generation of Business Process Management software – covering Advanced Analytics, Blockchain, Decision Management, Digital Transformation, Robotic Process Automation, AI, the Internet of Things, Process Mining, and the next generation of BPMS platforms. This is no typical “how to” conference aimed at BPM newcomers. It is designed specifically for those already chest-deep in BPM and wanting to get in early on the next generation of process innovation technology – touch it, see it, and influence it.
bpmNEXT has consistently been the defining launch pad for the ideas and innovations surrounding technology-led business process innovation. Presentations are not case studies of past successes, but vision statements on where we need to go next.
This is no typical “how to” conference aimed at BPM newcomers. It is designed specifically for those already chest deep in BPM and wanting to get in early on the next generation of process innovation technology – touch it, see it, and influence it.
The venue is SPECTACULAR: blending modern design with Spanish Colonial architecture, the Canary is a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of the city known as “America’s Riviera” with views from the mountains to the Pacific, and walking distance to the best that Santa Barbara has to offer.
The interaction is INTENSE: you will not just hear about BPM, but see it in action and engage with the developers actively shaping the next generation of BPM.
The event is EXCLUSIVE: assembling the single greatest concentration of industry influencers, the buzz coming from bpmNEXT will set the tempo, trends, and market direction for all matters of process innovation.
bpmNEXT 2017 is better than ever! With over 20 leading-edge demos including the full gamut of technology spearheading the next wave of process innovation, combined with the “Business of BPM” workshop featuring insight from BPM’s most prominent and influential analysts – Neil Ward-Dutton, Clay Richardson, Jim Sinur, Nathaniel Palmer and Bruce Silver.