Call for Industry Contributions

The submission deadline for all BPM 2010 events has passed. Please consider submitting your work to the 2011 BPM Conference in Clermont Ferrand.

BPM 2010 will offer a dedicated forum for practitioners to present and discuss their experiences in the adoption and use of Business Process Management. There is high demand for and interest in better understanding the adoption and use of Business Process Management tools and techniques. The BPM 2010 conference will deliver a unique forum that brings together the latest research on BPM with representatives from industry, both users and vendors.

The industry track will provide practitioners with the opportunity to present insight gained through BPM projects. We are particularly interested in case studies from the perspective of user organizations. While contributions from consultants and vendors are appreciated, pure product demonstrations, method tutorials, or vendor showcases will not be accepted in the industry track. All contributions to the industry track have to describe experiences with BPM methods and/or technologies from the viewpoint of the adopting organization.

BPM 2010 will be held at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, just minutes from downtown Manhattan. Information about Stevens, how to reach it, etc.. are given on this website.

Potential Topics

We are particularly interested in contributions that address one the following themes, but will gladly consider submissions that go beyond this list:

  • Process Modeling and Innovation Projects
    • Process reengineering case studies
    • Applications and adoption of reference process models
    • Approaches that deal with process variability and configuration
    • Process simulation and quantitative analysis for business results
  • BPM Software Platforms and Architectures
    • Development and deployment case studies of Process-oriented software architectures
    • Case studies of Service-oriented architectures for BPM
    • Workflow management systems and infrastructure
    • Security aspects of business process execution
    • Management of federated and distributed processes
    • Adoption of cloud computing in support of BPM
  • Process Analytics and Business Intelligence
    • Use of Audit Trail information for Performance and Compliance Management
    • Process performance measurement
    • Process mining and learning
  • Process Flexibility and Evolution
    • Approaches to Exception handling in Processes
    • Process change management
    • Adaptive and context-aware processes
    • Case handling
    • Process-enhanced groupware
  • Management Issues in BPM
    • Business process lifecycle management
    • Relationship of business strategy and business process
    • Success factors and measures in BPM
    • BPM governance and compliance management
    • The use of BPM Maturity frameworks
    • BPM in support of business networks

Submission Format

Abstract submissions should contain the following information:

  • Company/Organization
  • Name and Position
  • Contact Information
  • Phone (Office):
  • Phone (Mobile): (optional)
  • Fax: (optional)
  • E-mail Address:
  • Mailing Address:
  • Short Biography (maximum 200 words):
  • Presentation Title
  • Presentation Abstract (minimum 200 words):
  • Presentation Slides (as PPT or PDF attachment) (optional)

How to Submit

BPM 2010 invites industry submissions on all topics related to business process management, including but not limited to those listed above. Abstracts of potential presentations should be submitted electronically via the EasyChair system at:

Potential contributors are invited to submit an abstract of their planned submission using the feedback button below for guidance and early feedback.

All submissions must be received no later than February 15, 2010. Authors will receive feedback by mid-March 2010. For each accepted contribution, at least one author is required to register for the conference and should plan to present. Authors of selected contributions will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper to a collection of BPM Case Studies, to be published after the conference.

Submit Industry Paper Abstract