2016 Schedule

April 19
Start End What Who
Business of BPM Program
0830 0845 Welcome and Business of BPM Kickoff Nathaniel Palmer and Bruce Silver
0845 0915 BPM 2016-2020: Outlook for the Next Five Years The Business of BPM begins with a session by event chairs Nathaniel Palmer and Bruce Silver. This kick-off will present an expert-view of the BPM market landscape, projected over 2015 to 2020. Discussed will be trends both within the BPM market as well as those outside with the greatest impact, including BPM-based Application Development, the convergence of process and analytics, the “Internet of Everything” and emerging API-driven process interaction – and what these all mean for the business of BPM. This discussion will also be framed within the latest market research conducted by BPM.com and other relevant analysts.
0915 0945 Schroeder's Cat Revisited Neil Ward-Dutton
0945 1000 Coffee Break
1000 1100 Positioning Business Modeling Clay Richardson, Denis Gagne, Kramer Reeves
1100 1200 Building a Value-Added BPM Business Pramod Sachdeva, Scott Francis, Gene Rawls
1200 1300 Networking Lunch on the Roof Deck
Regular Program
1300 1400 BPM Analyst Panel Maureen Fleming, Sandy Kemsley, Clay Richardson, Jim Sinur, Neil Ward-Dutton
1400 1415 Coffee Break
1415 1445 Process Design and Automation for a New Economy Ian Ramsay, 8020 BPM Limited
1445 1515 Process Intelligence for the Digital Age: Combining Intelligent Insights with Process Mining Tarun Kamal Khiani and Joachim Meyer, SAP SE and Bastian Nominacher, CELONIS
1515 1545 Process Intelligence Sven Wagner­-Boysen, Signavio
1545 1615 Leveraging Cognitive Computing and Decision Management to Deliver Actionable Customer Insight Pramod Sachdeva, Princeton Blue, Inc.
1615 1700 Keynote: Dealing with Digital Disruption Jim Sinur, Flueresque
1730 1900 Wine Tasting and Roof Deck Reception
1900 2100 Welcome Dinner – Roof Deck Terrace
April 20
Start End What Who
0845 0900 Morning Kick-off Nathaniel Palmer and Bruce Silver
0900 0930 Cloud Architecture Accelerating Innovation in Application Development Linus Chow, Salesforce
0930 1000 One Model, Three Dimensions: Combining Flow, Case, and Time Into a Unified Development Paradigm E. Scott Menter, BP Logix, Inc.
1000 1030 Building Advanced Case­Driven Applications Kris Verlaenen, Red Hat
1030 1100 Networking Break
1100 1130 BPM and Enterprise Social Networks for Flexible Case Management Francois Bonnet, W4, ITESOFT Group
1130 1200 A Business Process Application with No Process Scott Francis, BP3 Global
1200 1330 Lunch on the Roof Deck
1330 1400 Decision Modeling Service Alvin To, Oracle Corporation
1400 1430 Dynamic Decision Models: Activation/Deactivation of Business Rules in Real ­Time Jacob Feldman, PhD, OpenRules, Inc.
1430 1500 The Dirty Secret in Process and Decision Management – Integration is Difficult Larry Goldberg, Sapiens Decision
1500 1515 Coffee Break
1515 1545 Business Process Management in the Cloud: Changing the Playing Field Eric Herness,IBM
1545 1615 Model, Generate, Compile in the Cloud and Deploy Ready­-to-­Use Mobile Process Apps Rafael Bortolini and Leonardo Luzzatto, CRYO/Orquestra
1615 1645 Dynamic Validation of Integrated BPMN, CMMN and DMN Denis Gagne, Trisotech
1645 1715 Simplified CMMN Lloyd Dugan, BPM.com
1730 1900 Networking Session on the Roof Deck
1900 Dinner on the Town in Santa Barbara
April 21
Start End What Who
0845 0900 Announcements Nathaniel Palmer and Bruce Silver
0900 0930 Intent-Driven, Future-Proof User Experiences Malcolm Ross and Suvajit Gupta, Appian
0930 1000 Continuous Integration: Tools to Empower DevOps in Process-Based Application Development Charles Souillard, Bonitasoft
1000 1030 Combining DMN with BPMN and CMMN ­- The Open Source Way Jakob Freund, Camunda
1030 1100 Networking Break
1100 1130 How I Learned to Tell the Truth with BPM Gene Rawls, Capital BPM
1130 1200 Self-Managed Agile Organizations Keith Swenson
1200 1300 Lunch on Roof Deck
1300 1330 Wrap-up Plenary Session and Awards
1330 Adjourn Event