AuraPortal is Exhibitor and Sponsor of the Gartner BPM Summit 2015 organized by the information technology research and advisory firm Gartner, which will take place from September 9 to September 11 in National Harbor, Maryland, USA.
The Internet of Things has the potential to significantly increase value in the agricultural sector. According to Beecham Research, a leading technology market research, analysis and consulting firm, the Internet of Things could increase food production by 70% to feed to 9.6 billion global population expected by 2050.
If BPM is the way a company works using processes which facilitate its comprehension and global performance, BPMS is the software used to implement and develop this way of working with a more agile and automated approach. After having reviewed these two concepts, let’s now look at the most current of all - iBPMS. iBPMS is simply the natural evolution of BPMS.
Some sectors have a greater need for process automation due to the sheer quantity of processes and also the speed and fluidity required. Regulations, customer service, customer retention, etc. are some of the issues that entities in this sector need to resolve in the best possible way. Since the beginning of the global economic crisis, these companies have intensified their search for software to become more efficient and optimize their processes.
This year’s prestigious Gartner event “The Gartner Business Process Management Summit”, celebrated in London, has been a great success for AuraPortal on many levels. The most represented industries at the event were; the financial sector, telecommunications, manufacturing, services and Government. The UK and Ireland were the countries with most representation, but overall the event was well attended by people from the whole of Europe and other parts of the world including the USA.
Carlson Wagonlit Travel’s latest report on the priorities of travel management in 2015, based on the analysis of 1,113 replies from people who represent 515 organizations in over 500 countries, reveals very interesting data, such as how travel managers will put more emphasis on mobile technology to manage their travel programs for 2015 and that they will focus more attention on data security, global economy and Big Data.