Summit Bucharest 2013

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BPM Eastern Europe Summit 2013 is a conference for researchers and practitioners in the field of Business Process Management (BPM) in Eastern Europe. The conference covers all aspects of BPM, including theory, models, techniques, architectures, systems, and empirical studies, and engages the most renowned representatives of the BPM community worldwide in talks, tutorials, and scientific discussions. The conference attracts in excess of 100 delegates from all across the globe. Industry delegates range from representatives of major BPM vendors and consultancy firms to process owners and analysts from various companies engaged in BPM programs.

The core technical program will be surrounded by Free Workshops and Master Class , industrial panelsconferences and demonstrations.

BPM Eastern Europe Summit will be held biannual and the nominee locations for the 2015 edition include Budapest, Prague and Kraków.

BPM Eastern Europe Summit 2013 will inaugurate the Eastern Europe BPM Awards and will host the 2013 Gala. The Awards will be granted in cooperation with KPC-Group, s.r.o and CIO Council.



The topics of the conference include, but are not limited to:

  • Business process design and modeling/ Process modeling languages and notations
  • Process model repositories/ Process patterns and reference process models
  • Business process execution/ Workflow management
  • Business process monitoring/ Process architecture and platform (Open-source BPM, Cloud & mobile BPM, etc.
  • Adaptive process control/ Process driven performance management
  • Process diagnosis/ Process mining/ Process knowledge management
  • Adaptive process control/ Process driven performance management
  • Operational intelligence in BPM/ Resource and data-driven BPM
  • Context aware BPM/ Social media and BPM
  • Big data and BPM/ Decision science in BPM


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