What a way to kick off day one of Progress Revolution Boston 2011! With over 1,000 attendees from all over the world, today was simply the first to an amazing four days of inspirational keynotes, educational sessions, innovative showcase demos and engaging networking opportunities. Of course, we cannot forget that Grammy-winning Train will be performing on Wednesday!
The highlight of today was certainly the Intro to Business Process Management (BPM) workshop by Sandy Kemsley, an analyst with over 15 years of experience with BPM. Kemsley provided product and brand agnostic coverage on BPM, giving background on its history, explaining BPM Notation, and highlighting the latest trend of integrating BPM with Social Software. Here are some of the audience’s tweets about Kemsley’s workshop:
Another great success for day one was the evening reception. Our valuable sponsors, partners, customers and employees gathered for delicious food and drinks, mingled with industry peers and watched product demos from over 30 booths. Our Social Media Booth, #34, also saw quite some buzz as people came to view and contribute to the live stream of the #ProgressRev hashtag and to earn Twitter stamps for their Revolution Passports.
Let’s keep up the awesome energy as we continue on with our Revolution, the Progress Revolution!
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