The 6th edition of the International Forum on Business Process Modelling and Model Driven Architecture (MDA®) will be held in Milan, Italy the 14th of June 2012 and it will include presentations from many business experts, IT evangelists and architects describing real cases in applying model driven approaches and business process management in several domain sectors.
The 2012 edition of the forum will take into account Business Process Automation, Process Governance and the concrete deliver of Model Driven Architecture. The intent is to discuss and show the audience how to give value to the business governance aspect of an enterprise by adopting executable business process techniques. This can enable a continuum across governance and IT. We do not simply repeat the motto that “IT is to be aligned with the business”, but that using model execution practises the IT can be an enabler; a business virtual machine to create value value to the organization. This event demonstrates, using real cases and success stories, that innovation in modelling approach can leverage the business. BPM, ITL, COBIT, TOGAF methodologies shall not to be applied only to provide key results as a set of blue prints and pdf diagrams, but be able to automate the governance to control, monitor, and provide metrics for continuous process integration of the organization.
Tools and technology are sold by vendors, but management how-to innovations, such as the business process competency and BPM certification, methodology, computing paradigms and intelligent business operations, require more than simply submitting an order. This blend of technologies, methodologies and disciplines is fundamental to BPM and reinforces BPM as a management discipline, rather than just a technology-driven domain.
The experts at the MDA Forum will present information on Business Process Management, Business Process Automation, Model-Driven Architecture, and Enterprise Architecture through a high-level view geared for business management executives, Business Analysts, Operating Officers and IT Architects to help you make the important decisions that affect your business organization. Join us to learn from those who have already succeeded as they will share experiences, lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid on the path to achieving an agile business architecture.
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International experts will speak in the morning and many key players in the afternoon session.