Dubai, United Arab Emirates, April 19, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- His contribution to the open source code solutions of BPM has earned him accolades from industry leaders and academics alike.
“Organisations are facing application sprawl where data and functionality is walled off into their separate gardens. In this unwieldy environment, there becomes a huge need for a single solution, what we call a Business Process Platform (BPP), to provide organisations a way to connect and manage their various enterprise applications ERM, DM, IAM and SCM solutions. But instead of addressing the problem through expensive commercial applications, we built a unique open source model that adds value that not only provides freely available software but also empowers users through training to build and adapt projects as their company grows and new needs arise. Our vision from inception is to leverage automation in the integration of these disparate processes and applications to improve performance and increase ROI via open source” said Ismael Ghalimi, who shall present at the 4th Middle East Business Process Management Summit, in Dubai.
“Where else in the Middle East will you have the opportunity to interact with leading pioneers in the billion dollar BPM industry, in a region which faces it's biggest challenge in regenerating efficiency into a robust Middle East economy. In its fourth consecutive year, this will be the must-attend event of the region, where a mix of industrialists, consultants, solution providers and academics will pave the way forward, preparing you, the process owner, for the integral role you play in your organisation's success” said Arben Jusufi, Business Solutions Manager at IIR Middle East, organisers of the Summit, which is to be held 18-22 May 2008 in Dubai.