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Webinar: 3 Steps to better process analysis with Visio® 2010

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Tired of using static models?

Want to create standardized process maps that can easily be shared?

Need to gain faster buy-in on recommended improvements?

Microsoft’s Visio and SharePoint 2010, along with Global 360’s analystView are improving business process discovery and analysis

Join the Webinar and learn in 3 steps how to move your process improvement initiatives forward by: 

  1. Building models faster
  2. Collaborating easily across teams
  3. Validating better processes risk-free


John Roth

Group Product Manager

Microsoft Corporation

With over 15 years in the technology industry, John currently manages Microsoft’s Visio and Project Businesses in the U.S. John’s career at Microsoft spans many roles that include 7 years focused on Channel Marketing Strategy and Information Worker Product Management and Audience Marketing.

Colin Teubner

Director, Product Management

Global 360

Colin Teubner is responsible for the company’s Business Process Management solution. He joined Global 360 after 5 years at Forrester Research, where he was a Senior Analyst covering the human-centric BPM market.

DURATION: 60 minute presentation and interactive question and answer session.

FEATURED SPONSOR: Global 360 and Visio® 2010

Access webinar ->  Webinar: 3 Steps to better process analysis with Visio® 2010

Download slides -> Slides: 3 Steps to better process analysis with Visio® 2010

PDU & CDU Information: PDUs & CDUs for Modern Analyst Webinars

By vishal @ Wednesday, June 9, 2010 7:44 PM
Wonderul preserntaiton, explored new capabilities of Visio 2010, Need to explore more around global 360 analystview

By annalisa fracasso @ Thursday, June 10, 2010 4:59 AM
The master is... simulation! (But also integration with office files)

By Anonymous User @ Friday, June 11, 2010 5:24 AM
i registered for the webminar, unfortunately i wasnt able to stay till the end of the webminar due to some audio errors on my computer.

However, a book was promised. i didnt get the book "BPMN modelling and reference guide" in my mail box as promised. please i would like the book to be sent to me.

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