BPM 2010

BPM 2010 is the most distinguished forum for researchers and practitioners in business process management (BPM). The conference has a record of attracting innovative research of highest quality related to all aspects of business process management including theory, frameworks, methods, techniques, architectures, and empirical findings. With an acceptance rate of just 14% it is one of the most selective conferences, offering high quality content for participants from all backgrounds.

BPM 2010 is offering an exciting program with a great mix of research papers, industry case studies and education reports. In addition, the conference features a dedicated demo track that showcases state-of-the-art and leading edge BPM technology and research prototypes, keynotes by renowned industry and research representatives, fireside chats with BPM luminaries and tutorials by industry experts. Read more…

The conference is framed by nine focused workshops on Monday that cover emerging areas of Business Process Management, ranging from BPM and Social Software to the question of sustainable processes. On Thursday afternoon and Friday a workshop on Web Services and Formal Methods complements the research program, while on Tuesday an XPDL day gives standards makers in the area of BPM the chance to interact. Registration starts at just $595 for the three-day conference. Read more…

Welcome to BPM 2010

Michael zur Muehlen

Michael zur Muehlen, Conference Chair

It is my great pleasure to welcome you to the BPM 2010 website. For the 8th year, the BPM conference brings together distinguished researchers and experienced practitioners to discuss all facets of Business Process Management in theory and practice. This year we have an outstanding industry program with experience reports and case studies from the US, Europe, Asia and Australia. The research program was selected from a record 162 submissions from all over the world and covers both organizational and technical research on BPM. Tutorials by industry luminaries like Paul Harmon provide hands-on training for attendees, and more than 20 live demonstrations of BPM systems and research prototypes will illustrate the state of the art. Combined with 9 pre-conference workshops and an exciting social program and registrations starting at just $595, BPM 2010 offers an outstanding value for practitioners and academics alike.