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Date: September 13-16, 2010
Venue: Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA
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 the highest quality related to all aspects of business process management including theory, frameworks, methods, techniques, architectures, and empirical findings. With an acceptance rate of 14 percent it is one of the selective conferences offering high quality content for participants from all backgrounds.
Infosys presents two Industry Papers and a Tutorial.
Session Topic: Process Remixes - Mixing Legacy with Process orchestration
Speaker: Sukriti Goel, Product Technical Architect, BPM Research Group, Infosys Technologies
Session Description: Process Remixes - Mixing Legacy with Process orchestration - Typical strategies to increase flexibility of legacy systems involve implementing a BPMS or workflow system, mashups, and service orientation of systems. Almost all these approaches are strategic decisions and require considerable amount of time and investment.
We present the concept of Process Remix by combining process orchestration with non-intrusive monitoring of the existing legacy systems. Process Remix gives a fresh lease to the business process on legacy by creating an alternate version of the existing business process with minimal disturbance to the current processes and systems.
Read Process Remixes - Mixing Legacy with Process orchestration, a Paper by Sukriti Goel and Jyoti M. Bhat.
Session Topic: Process Harmonization to address High Cost of Compliance: Insights from Implementation
Speaker: Keerthana Mainkar - Principal Consultant, Enterprise Solutions, Infosys Technologies
Session Description: Process Harmonization to address High Cost of Compliance: Insights from Implementation - The compliance space has matured over a period of time and is aiming for achieving efficiency along with effectiveness.
Efficiency leads to cost reduction but efficiency cannot be achieved unless the compliance initiative is automated and controls are optimized. Controls cannot be optimized unless the controls are standardized. No amount of effort for standardization of controls will yield results unless business processes are standardized.
Efficient compliance means following a consistent framework approach to achieve efficiency in reporting, consolidation and evaluation of controls. It is strategic, proactive and a long term compliance perspective.
Sukriti Goel has over 12 years of experience in the IT industry. She has been involved in BPMS product development and implementation. She also conceptualized products in the areas of business process monitoring and business process extraction in legacy systems.
Keerthana Mainkar has specialized in SAP security controls (business process controls, access controls and IT general controls). She has participated in and led many SAP security audits (pre- and post-implementation) covering all security aspects in India for various clients of PwC. She has developed several work programs for SOX compliance which have been successfully deployed in various SOX projects implemented by Infosys.
Keerthana is a Chartered Accountant (equivalent to CPA) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). Based at Infosys, Bangalore, she manages the Enterprise Risk Management Services from offshore.
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