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BPM Applied – A Strategic + Practitioner view from HCL and guest speaker Forrester

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Wed, 2012-04-04 16:30 to 17:30
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Hear Forrester’s leading BPM focused analyst, Connie Moore and Prasad Chodavarapu, VP, Enterprise Transformation Services, on BPM best practices, success stories and ways to leverage BPM to achieve great business outcomes.

Analysts have predicted BPM market to have a CAGR of 11.3%, and valued it at $3.7Bn by 2015 from the current size of $2.5 Bn. Process Efficiency will be the biggest differentiator to get you an edge over your competitors. “Process Optimization” has been listed as the biggest business driver for BPM adoption by CIOs worldwide.  Also, it has been established that BPM Suites deliver greater Adaptability and Flexibility than the alternatives such as Packaged applications and Custom Application development.

However, research also shows that more than 70% of all BPM projects fail, the failure rate is even higher due to the immaturity of the technology and scope of the implementation. This webinar will focus on “How to make BPM work in the real world”.  Connie Moore will share Forrester’s insights on customer’s key pain points around BPM implementations, BPM best practices and case-studies of customers who did it right and achieved a high ROI from their BPM investment. HCL has a strong BPM practice and has an extensive experience with helping F500 customers in their BPM journey. We will share our insights on key customer trends as seen by us and a detailed walk-through of how we have ensured successful BPM implementation for some of our leading customers, backed by HCL’s proprietary BPM frameworks, accelerators and vertical wrappers to deliver a rapid and risk-free BPM implementation.

This BPM webinar is a must attend for all CIOs, VPs (IT) and Directors (IT) who are responsible for streamlining operations and fine tuning processes in their respective organizations to enable cost savings, higher efficiencies and greater management visibility into key business processes for effective decision making.

Limited space! Register now to ensure a spot for you at this webinar.


Connie

Connie

Connie Moore: Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester
Connie
Designation: 
Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester
Connie Moore is a Vice President, Principal Analyst with Forrester. She has more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry and has been an analyst for 19 years. Most of her research focuses on business process management and business optimization. Connie is a widely sought speaker. She has keynoted at many industry events, chaired 10 business process and workflow conferences in Europe and the United States, served as a director of AIIM International, the premier association for the content management industry and is a member of the Association of Business Process Management Professionals. Some of her latest BPM research reports are “Empower Customers by Transforming Business Processes”, “A Battle Cry for Clarity in Business Process Improvement Approaches” , “Your Guide to Forrester’s Business Process Management Framework”, “Effective Business Change Management requires more than a wait-and-see attitude” etc.
Prasad A

Prasad A

Prasad A Chodavarapu: Vice President, Enterprise Transformation Services
Prasad A
Designation: 
Vice President, Enterprise Transformation Services

Prasad A. Chodavarapu (Vice President, Enterprise Transformation Services) heads delivery for BPM, SOA and Enterprise Architecture practices at HCL Technologies.

Being a hands-on enterprise architect himself, Prasad personifies the “advice to execution” mantra of ETS, taking responsibility to walk the talk and ensure convergence of enterprise IT technologies to solve real-world business problems. Prasad is a key member of HCL’s Business-aligned IT™ framework development team, co-creator of several IPs such as ProcessWatch™ and HEAR™, and an author of 10 patents filed by HCL in the areas of Business Process and Information Management. He is also the author of a book on SOA Security (Manning publications, Dec 2007).

Prasad holds a M.S. degree from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and B.Tech (Hons.) from Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.