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Appian World 2012 Panel Discussion: What Separates "Good" from "Great" BPM Implementations

Alena Davis, Appian
April 17, 2012

Continuing on the Appian World 2012 business track, Evan McDonnell, VP Solutions for Appian, moderated a panel of partners discussing what separates "Good" from "Great" BPM implementations. Participants included KPMG, Princeton Blue, MajescoMastek and Genpact.

The speakers included:

Todd Lohr, Advisory Managing Director within the IT Enabled Transformation Practice, KPMG

KPMG's global network of professionals provide Audit, Tax, and Advisory services to organizations of all sizes in 713 offices within 150 countries.

Pramod Sachdeva, Founder and Managing Director, Princeton Blue

Princeton Blue helps customers understand how BPM and Rules can help improve their business processes, and the benefits of Agile development with process improvement.

Sanjay Murgai, Vice President, Global Re-engineering Services, Genpact

Genpact leverages their deep domain experience, process knowledge and global best practices, beyond just core workflow capabilities, to deliver best-in-class services to clients.

Ramaa Sivaram, Head of the North American IT Services Business Unit, MajescoMastek

Mastek is a global IT services and software firm providing enterprise applications and integration services.

The panelists brought a wealth of experience and valuable knowledge to the discussion of BPM implementations.

Evan McDonnell

Vice President of Solutions

Evan McDonnell