PROCESSpedia launches Business Process Management software and thrills conference attendees
The conference, which was held in June, was an opportunity for PROCESSpedia to demonstrate the capabilities of its business process management software which harnesses the power of Microsoft Visio and Microsoft SharePoint 2010. The software received a lot of interest from conference attendees who were thrilled to see a SharePoint driven BPMS with such an attractive user interface as well as powerful functionalities such as a process repository, worklists, dashboards and a Visio add-in to name a few.
An introductory video about PROCESSpedia was available for conference attendees to watch, and explained how the product works. You can view this video on the PROCESSpedia website by clicking on the following link: (http://processpedia.com.au/video)
Conference attendees were invited to test their BPM knowledge at the conference
A tablet giveaway competition was also organised by PROCESSpedia. Conference attendees were invited to take part in a quiz which tested their knowledge of BPM concepts, and the winner was drawn at random from the list of quiz takers. The quiz generated a lot of excitement from conference attendees and speakers alike, who thought that it was a great way to engage people in a conversation about business improvement topics.
Andrew Forbes, CEO of PROCESSpedia, announced the name of the competition winner before the end of the conference. The lucky winner had the chance to take home an Android tablet.
PROCESSpedia is a business process management solution which allows businesses to document, manage and monitor their business process improvement initiatives. Information about PROCESSpedia's products and services can be found at (http://www.processpedia.com.au)
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