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On 15 May 2014, the European BPM Round Table took place at the University of Liechtenstein. More than 150 representatives from the fields of business and science delved into the possibilities for our digital future during discussions on current issues in the area of process management. 


On 15 May 2014, the European BPM Round Table took place at the University of Liechtenstein. More than 150 representatives from the fields of business and science delved into the possibilities for our digital future during discussions on current issues in the area of process management. 





Over the course of a day, the second European BPM Round Table, held at the University of Liechtenstein campus, provided a platform for the exchange of information and ideas between the fields of business, science and administration. Leading global experts and pioneers in the area of business process management (BPM) discussed current issues regarding innovation in the digital world. In addition to speakers from eight countries, representatives from more than 40 companies were in attendance.





Vision for Liechtenstein

The involvement of renowned companies such as Hilti AG (platinum sponsor), Camelot ITLab GmbH and Swarovski AG (gold sponsors) demonstrated the relevance of this issue for companies. “Particularly in the age of globalization, companies in Europe, and especially in Liechtenstein, need to stand out through high standards of quality and innovation,” says Jan vom Brocke, host of the event and holder of the Hilti Chair of Business Process Management. “The University of Liechtenstein supports the region’s companies through the provision of training to current and future employees and within the framework of various projects.”



From left to right: Jan vom Brocke, Tobias Rölz, Mikael Lind, Amy Van Looy, Peter Trkman, Jörg Becker, Jan Recker, Hajo Reijers, Jan Mendling, Marlon Dumas, Wil van der Aalst, Farideh Heidari, Stijn Viaene, Mario Baldi, Jens Pries and Theresa Schmiedel.


Impressions of the day


Further information including released presentations as well as photos and videos of the event are available online:
on the event website www.BPM-roundtable2014.eu
and on the Facebook page BPM-Liechtenstein