I presently am in Las Vegas attending the SAP Insider BPM2008 event but before I post some of my impressions of this specific event in the US, I’d like to retroactively describe a meeting I had two weeks ago in Marseille, when I attended the European SAP Insider BPM2008 event. I was invited to join as a speaker and privileged to be part of an SAP contingent that included Ann Rosenberg (SAP Business Transformation Consulting), Greg Prickril (SAP NetWeaver BPM Lead Designer),
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While helping cover the vendor booths and meeting with some 600 plus BPM oriented customers, I met up with SAP Mentor Mike Pokraka who was invited as a speaker on the topic of SAP Business Workflow. I also engaged in conversation with IDS Scheer’s Peter Keller on the topic of whether workflow was a methodology.
See video below: