Professionals from 16 countries met in October at the BPM Summit, an international congress on Business Process Management, promoted by Interact, in alliance with the ABPMPs of Peru, Spain and Brazil. Over the course of two weeks, subscribers were able to learn about the main trends and best practices in the BPM discipline online, with international conferences and workshops. The event started on October 9 and ended on October 20.
In the assessment of Fernando Estrada, director of Interact Latam, the event was a success. “We had more than 75 people at the BPM Summit, from 16 different countries, from the United States to Spain and Portugal. Our company, from Lajeado, managed to bring the main speakers and experts in Process Management (BPM), among them the main BPM reference for Latin America, Pedro Robledo, president and co-founder of ABPMP in Spain ”, he celebrates.
In addition, Estrada also highlighted the presence of Luis Carlos Krupp, president of ABPMP Brazil, which today is the largest chapter among ABPMP in the world. “Our event directly impacts our objective of positioning Suite SA in the international market. For us, BPM SUMMIT is not just an event, it is a wave of authority in BPM ”, he concludes.
Trends and best practices in BPM
The BPM Summit began on the 9th with a lecture by Pedro Robledo on the theme “The End to End of a BPM project”. On the 11th it was the turn of the president of ABPMP do Brasil, Luis Carlos Krupp, who explained about “Practical cases of transformation of digital processes”.
To close out the first week’s program, Rocketbot’s Rafael Fuentes and Antonio Nieto gave a speech on the 13th on “RPA Foundations for Effective RPA Adoption Strategies.” This was followed by Marco Benitez, CEO of InQuality, presenting the “RPA Success Story at InQuality”.
The schedule for the second week began on the 16th with a double talk. The first was “Software robots. RPA, conversational robots and cognitive automation”, led by Ignácio G. R. Gavillán, founder and CEO of Digital Reengineering, in Spain. That same day, there was also a conference by Jorge Chaupin, VP of Programs at ABPMP Peru, who addressed “The management of regulations and its importance in Business Process Management in the public sector.”
In the final stretch of the BPM Summit Iván Lasso, Interact International Project Consultant, began on the 18th the round of workshops with the topic “Automation with Suite SA (BPS) in practice”. And to close with a flourish, on October 20, Iván directed the workshop “Integration between BPMS and RPA”. On both dates, the registrants were able to carry out practical exercises using the software developed by Interact, Suite SA.
“It was a satisfaction to participate in the BPM Summit, the quality of the speakers exceeded expectations. The expertise of each panelist enhanced each session and allowed us to learn first-hand about the latest trends and advances in BPM and RPA. The organization took care at all times of the details that even being virtual we felt at home and incidentally we were able to get to know each other and strengthen ties despite the distance. Pleasantly surprised!!! For more events of this caliber !!! Congratulations!!!”
Oubenfm Figueredo, Process Management Coordinator of the Financial Development Agency, Paraguay
Participating in BPM SUMMIT has been a very enriching experience in my professional career. From the beginning to the end, it exceeded all my expectations, also opening the spectrum regarding the vision of BPM as a process strategy to look at the business from a perspective of evolution and organizational transcendence. A positive impact generated in me, the view of robotics in the behavioral monitoring and follow-up of the process. Really, applause about it with respect and admiration. Finally, the suite for the development of BPMN and BPMS allowed to broaden my horizons, limited until the moment that I participated in the event. I was really in a sub-world that belongs to a great Universe. Thank you very much for letting us find out.
Matilde Elena Corral Sias, Analyst of the Process Engineering Department of the BCV (Central Bank of Venezuela)