WfMC Global Awards for Excellence in
BPM and Workflow
Get recognized for your vision and your team's superb efforts!
The 2014 BPM Awards Ceremony will be held at a gala dinner on October 1, 2014 - again at the iBPMS Expo – Sept 29-Oct 2. Chicago.
The Awards will open for submissions in May 2014. See schedule on the right.
The prestigious annual Global Awards for Excellence in BPM and Workflow are highly coveted by organizations that seek recognition for their achievements.
Inaugurated in 1995 and starting with workflow and imaging and evolving through documentation, process / knowledge management and more, as our industry moved forward to embracing BPM, these awards not only provide a spotlight for companies that truly deserve recognition, but also provide tremendous insights for organizations wishing to emulate the winners’ successes.
To help people learn and adopt this approach, we annually gather some of the best examples. Do you have an interesting Use Case? Submit it for the opportunity to win a prestigious award and publication in the next book on Excellence in Practice to be published in the Fall of 2014.
Submissions should indicate specific areas of focus, however the awards winners wlll be categorized by the committee judges based on the most applicable industry vertical or horizontal function. Award categories include, but are not limited to:
2. Simply submit a 250-word abstract before you create the full case study. Free, quick and easy.
The judges will give you valuable feedback on your abstract with advice on making a good submission even better - before you commit to paying your entry fee and completing your full case study. Save time, effort and money.
IMPORTANT: If you have previously entered under the old geographical categories, there are no restrictions on re-entering the same submission this year under the relevant new category. (Please send your brief abstract first.)
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Sponsored by WfMC with media support from BPM.com and Future Strategies Inc., and now in their 18th year, these prestigious awards recognize user organizations that have demonstrably excelled in implementing innovative business process solutions to meet strategic business objectives.
By helping the entire industry continue to evolve, mature and users and learn from each other through top examples of BPM excellence and best practices.
Some organizations significantly outperform others in their industry. They become more agile by adopting smarter work practices and transforming their business processes to be more dynamic, collaborative, and connected.
Often, the business processes themselves create competitive advantage. Increased revenue at reduced cost makes more money for a very effective business. Changing market opportunities, customer demands, new technology and calls for cost reduction can make it seem impossible to keep operational chaos at bay.
True visionaries are not content with merely achieving benefits; they are proactively driven to raise the standard for excellence in their industry—in essence, moving the competitive goalposts.
Competitive advantage is gained when companies reduce operational risk by making sure that internal guidelines and external regulatory requirements are fulfilled. Companies thus offer customers a faster, more accurate and consistent service.
To position your organization for success, you need the ability to continually optimize, streamline and align business processes to meet changing business needs for greater performance, competitive advantage and to drive growth.
The various companies whose award-winning case studies are featured annually in our books have proven excellence in their creative and successful deployment of advanced and business process management concepts. The end-user, service provider and their respective teams achieved significant recognition both internally and globally.
The positive impact to their corporations includes increased revenues, more productive and satisfied employees, product enhancements, better customer service and quality improvements.
Enter now with your short abstract - no commitment.