How cloud & social collaboration are changing BPA, featuring Analyst Sandy Kemsley

Date: Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Time: 11:00 am EST / 5:00 pm CET (check local time)

What You Will Learn

Enterprises are taking many of their business functions into the cloud and adding social capabilities, improving both the cost and quality of their business. In this webinar, you will see how Business Process Analysis (BPA) thrives in the cloud by offering greater opportunities for collaboration with internal and external participants, and helps to spread the message of process improvement throughout the organization.

By attending, you could win a free Process Live welcome package worth more than $600. Every attendee will receive a thought leadership paper by co-host Analyst Sandy Kemsley.

Key topics

  • How enterprise social is becoming more process-aware
  • The key advantages of BPA-as-a-Service
  • Social process improvement in the cloud
  • Security and privacy issues for your processes in the cloud


Sandy Kemsley

Sandy Kemsley
Independent Analyst & Thought Leader

Sandy Kemsley specializes in Business Process Management (BPM) and the social enterprise. During her career of more than 25 years, she founded and ran product and service companies in the area of content management, process management and e-commerce, and held the position of BPM evangelist for a major BPM vendor. Currently, she practices as a BPM industry analyst and process architect, performing engagements for end-user organizations and BPM vendors. She writes the popular “Column 2” BPM blog at www.column2.com and is a featured conference speaker on BPM.


Joerg Klueckmann
Head of Enterprise BPM,
Software AG

Joerg studied sociology, business administration and intercultural communication at FSU, Jena, Germany, and at Louisiana State University in the U.S., where he graduated with distinction. Prior to joining Software AG, Joerg was head of product marketing at Intershop and IDS Scheer. He has written numerous articles about BPM and business innovation.  

Who Should Attend?

Anyone who wants to make processes better!

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