Fluxicon at bpmNEXT Conference 19-21 March

bpmNEXT conference 19-21 March 2013

Sometimes people are amused when I pull out my laptop and I am ready to go in about as much time as it took me to say “Do you want to see a demo?”. I really like giving demos to explain process mining. What’s a better way to illustrate a new idea or technology than actually showing it at work?

That’s why we are so excited about the first edition of the bpmNEXT conference, which focuses on next-generation BPM technology and takes place in California in March: Where other conferences often forbid or discourage live demos, bpmNEXT puts them front and center.

Sandy Kemsley describes bpmNEXT as follows:

The concept is to see and discuss BPM innovation, not the same old stuff that we see at so many BPM vendor and analyst conferences every year, and to do it through demonstrations of new technology and ideas as well as presentations. […] We need a place where people involved in creating the next generation of BPM software can get together and collaborate, even if theyre competitors outside the conference. bpmNEXT has the potential to become that place.

We are thrilled about the opportunity to show process mining and Disco right at the beginning of the first conference day.

But the whole conference agenda is full of intriguing topics, presented by innovators and thought leaders who we can’t wait to meet. The setting of a demo-centered and forward-thinking BPM retreat surely promises lots of inspiring discussions.

If you want to join, you can still get early bird pricing until February 19 (see registration page). Christian and I would love to see you there!

Anne Rozinat

Anne Rozinat

Market, customers, and everything else

Anne knows how to mine a process like no other. She has conducted a large number of process mining projects with companies such as Philips Healthcare, Océ, ASML, Philips Consumer Lifestyle, and many others.