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Milan BPM coverage by Sandy Kemsley

Excellent live coverage of Milan BPM by Sandy Kemsley in our famous Column 2 blog.

So far, she has written 23 posts about this event. Each post exposes the main idea of the session it covers. In some posts, Sandy took the time to express her point of view.

I guess she will blog something more detailed once the conference is over. I am amazed by the quality of her ‘reports’, I never could blog anything out of the [ruby] conferences I went to so far.

About the attendance, She notes :

Interestingly, a question at the end resulted in a discussion on BPM vendors and how they have the potential to span boundaries between research and practice. The larger vendors with significant research facilities are represented here: apparently almost 40% of the attendees here are from industry, although it appears that most are from deep within the research areas rather than product development or any customer-facing areas.

Looks like a great event with great people.

Thanks for the great coverage work Sandy !

Written by John Mettraux

September 3, 2008 at 12:36 pm

Posted in bpm, workflow

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  1. Thanks, glad that you’re enjoying the coverage. You’ll notice that the quality of blog posts drops off quite a bit by the end of the day, this is a very intense conference and my brain is wearing out!

    Sandy Kemsley

    September 3, 2008 at 5:07 pm

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