PNMsoft to introduce ‘Small Steps, Big Change’ approach to iBPMS projects at Gartner Business Process Management Summit

PNMsoft, the leading Microsoft-centric BPM provider, and customers Atkins Global and Proxima Group to showcase new iBPMS project methodology for achieving change at this year’s London Business Process Management event.

Monday, March 9, 2015 — PNMsoft, recognized in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Intelligent Business Process Management Suites (Teresa Jones, W. Roy Schulte, Michele Cantara – 17 March 2014), is for the sixth consecutive year a sponsor at the Gartner Business Process Management Summit in London on March 18th and 19th. This year’s event focuses on "Digitalizing Business to improve your processes and drive Big Change".

Fresh from co-presenting Jim Sinur’s BPM webinar “Small Steps, Big Change”, the PNMsoft team will be joined at the event by customers Atkins Global and Proxima Group.

Paul Godbeer, Service Development Director at Proxima, comments:

"I'm really looking forward to attending the Gartner BPM Summit. This year's topics are thought-provoking. PNMsoft's iBPMS platform, Sequence, helps Proxima manage our business critical service delivery processes. I'm delighted to be their guest and share my experience with other delegates."

PNMsoft CEO, Gal Horvitz, adds:

"Having customers who advocate our products and services is a blessing. People are naturally averse to change, and that’s a real challenge, because today businesses must change in order to survive. We’ve found that our ‘small steps, Big Change’ approach to BPM projects has enabled our customers to overcome natural aversion to change and achieve true business transformations. The idea is to introduce change incrementally, which is made possible by Sequence’s unique HotChange® technology. In this way, we work with and not against human nature, and lead organizations to where they need to be in order to succeed in an ever-changing Digital Business environment."

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