Save the Date: OMG Announces Fourth Annual BPM Think Tank 2008.Business Process Management (BPM) event to be held October 6-7, 2008
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OMG - Object Management Group [TM]), in partnership with BPTrends, today announced that the BPM Think Tank 2008 event will be held October 6-7, 2008 at the Crowne Plaza This article or section needs sources or references that appear in reliable, third-party publications. Alone, primary sources and sources affiliated with the subject of this article are not sufficient for an accurate encyclopedia article. Chicago O'Hare in Chicago, IL, USA. For more information, visit http://www.omg.org/think-tank-pr.
This popular annual business-oriented event will once again involve attendees in interactive roundtables moderated by leading BPM experts. At BPM Think Tank 2008, experts and practitioners alike will gather to discuss the use of BPM to achieve successful business results. Our unique format combining roundtable discussions, case study presentations, a panel session, as well as BPM tools demonstrations, will allow participants to gain uncommon insight into BPM in the real world and in the process owner's office.
BPM Think Tank 2008 participants will participate in at least three unique, highly interactive BPM Roundtables over the course of two days. These roundtables are small, interactive group sessions moderated by subject matter experts who will introduce the topic and move on to the group discussion that uniquely characterizes BPM Think Tank. These BPM Roundtables have been a highly acclaimed feature of the BPM Think Tank in the past and clearly differentiate this event from others in the BPM marketplace. Presentations before and after the roundtable sessions will focus on business case studies presented by end users with real-world experience.
BPM Think Tank 2008 is especially relevant to the business-oriented BPM practitioner. This includes practitioners at all levels who are responsible for running, managing, analyzing and executing business processes, in addition to BP architects and consultants, and vendors and users of BPM tools.
BPM Think Tank 2008 is produced by the Object Management Group in partnership with BPTrends (www.bptrends.com) and is sponsored by Lombardi Software. OMG is the custodian of the Business Process Modeling Notation The Business Process Modeling Notation (BPMN) is a standardized graphical notation for drawing business processes in a workflow. BPMN was developed by Business Process Management Initiative (BPMI), and is now being maintained by the Object Management Group since the two [TM] (BPMN BPMN Business Process Modeling Notation [TM]), the industry standard graphic language for modeling business processes, and its members have developed a full suite of BPM standards. BPTrends is the primary source of business intelligence for business executives and process change practitioners around the globe.
For more information about BPM Think Tank 2008, visit http://www.omg.org/think-tank-pr. Exhibit space is available; for more information contact Kevin Loughry at email@example.com, +1-781-444 0404. Sponsorship opportunities are available; contact Ken Berk at firstname.lastname@example.org, +1-781-444 0404.
BPTrends (www.bptrends.com) is the primary source of business intelligence for business executives and process change practitioners around the globe. Industry thought leaders provide analysis and opinion on trends, directions and best practices relating to relating to relate prep → concernant
relating to relate prep → bezüglich +gen, mit Bezug auf +acc all aspects of business process management. BPTrends is the most comprehensive, in-depth business process management resource devoted to educating and informing the market. The BPTrends BP Tools Reports are the most widely read reports on BP software tools available. With over 20,000 members, BPTrends is the largest community of BP Professionals in the world. BPTrends Associates, a BPM professional services company, provides executive education, training, mentoring and consulting services and has partnered with Boston University to deliver the BU BPM Curriculum and Certificate Program.
About the Object Management Group
OMG is an international, open membership, not-for-profit computer industry consortium. OMG Task Forces develop enterprise integration standards for a wide range of technologies, including: Real-time, Embedded and Specialized Systems, Analysis & Design, Architecture-Driven Modernization and Middleware and an even wider range of industries, including: Business Modeling and Integration, C4I C4I Command, Control, Communications, Computers, & Intelligence (US DoD)
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OMG's modeling standards, including the Unified Modeling Language See UML.
(language) Unified Modeling Language - (UML) A non-proprietary, third generation modelling language. The Unified Modeling Language is an open method used to specify, visualise, construct and document the artifacts of an object-oriented software-intensive system [TM] (UML (Unified Modeling Language) An object-oriented analysis and design language from the Object Management Group (OMG). Many design methodologies for describing object-oriented systems were developed in the late 1980s. [R]) and Model Driven Architecture[R] (MDA (1) (Monochrome Display Adapter) The first IBM PC monochrome video display standard for text. Due to its lack of graphics, MDA cards were often replaced with Hercules cards, which provided both text and graphics. See PC display modes and Hercules Graphics. [R]), enable powerful visual design, execution and maintenance of software and other processes, including IT Systems Modeling and Business Process Management. OMG's middleware standards and profiles are based on the Common Object Request Broker Architecture (standard, programming) Common Object Request Broker Architecture - (CORBA) An Object Management Group specification which provides a standard messaging interface between distributed objects.
The original CORBA specification (1. (CORBA (Common Object Request Broker Architecture) A software-based interface from the Object Management Group (OMG) that allows software modules (objects) to communicate with each other no matter where they are located on a private network or the global [R]) and support a wide variety of industries.
More information about OMG can be found at www.omg.org. OMG is headquartered in Needham, MA, USA.
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