LONDON, June 15, 2012 /CNW/ - After extensive research across their 90,000 members, PEX Network has identified the top priorities of the C-Suite and their direct reports.
These include the need to drive improved performance, competitive advantage, customer satisfaction and reduce operational risk and are focusing on internal processes to achieve these goals.
This is why PEX Network has recently announced the launch of the BPM Futures USA Forum which aims to help overcome the challenging process of uniting corporate strategy, process and IT to innovative technologies and processes and deliver to business goals.
The BPM Futures USA Forum, taking place from 26th - 28th September 2012, in Washington, DC, focuses on themes surrounding innovative technology, process improvement and harmonisation to align with corporate strategy. The forum has recently bulked up their exclusive speaker faculty from a range of industries to provide case studies, experiences and answers to questions on what should be the next steps to embrace change in search of value.
BPM Futures USA Forum Speaker's faculty
Unlocking the Potential of Working with IT, Reinforcing Cultural Change and improving Front-line Productivity in the Field with Technology are among the topics that will be discussed by, Commander Eric Miller, US Navy, Leo Shuster, IT Director - Speciality IT/ACS. CTO, Nationwide , Ifty Khan, Global Sourcing CI Leader - Flow & Process Technologies, GE Energy, Keven Carpenter, Quality Leader, GE Capital and more at the BPM Futures USA Forum.
The invitation-only forum offers an exclusive opportunity to listen, learn and debate with the most senior experts from the industry as well as discussing shared experiences and benchmarking across industry sector. The aim is for all the participants to learn how to take heir next step in Business Process Management.
Find the full programme, event details and registration information about the upcoming BPM Futures USA Forum on http://www.BPMFuturesUSA.com/news, phone (USA) +1-646-378-6026 / +1-800-882-8684, phone (UK) + 44(0)20-7036-1300 or email [email protected]
Press are invited to attend this important industry forum, if you would like to a complimentary press pass please email Veronica Araujo ([email protected])
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