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Register Now for analystView Process-analysis Webinar

Are you the type that wears I Heart BPM T-shirts? Or maybe: Give me Some BPMN Lovin’ ? Or do you just like to go around improving processes, regardless of your apparel?

Note: this event is past. You can find out what it was about in: The Best Things Come in 3’s: Visio 2010, analystView, & Easier Process Improvement.

If so, you’ll be interested in a webinar coming up next week.

It’s set for Wednesday, June 9th, at 1:00 PM EDT (10:00 AM in LA, 18:00 in London), so you’ll want to sign up right away!

My contacts at Microsoft asked me to post this news item, to inform Visio Guy readers who are into process analysis.

This comes on the heels of an article that was just posted on this site, written by Visio MVP Scott Helmers. Maybe you’ve already read about a new product for Visio 2010 called analystView, from Global360, which Scott talked about in the article: The Best Things Come in 3’s: Visio 2010, analystView, & Easier Process Improvement?  Well this webinar will continue along those lines.

Again, the event is s set for Wednesday, June 9th, at 1:00 PM EDT.

To register all you have to do is click over to: 3 Steps to better process analysis with Visio® 2010 and fill out the form.

The event will discuss how Microsoft’s Visio and SharePoint 2010, along with Global 360’s analystView are improving business process discovery and analysis.

Topics will include:

  • Build Visio models faster
  • Collaborate easily across teams
  • Validate your processes risk-free.

And you’ll learn how Microsoft Visio 2010 and Global 360’s analystView add-in make process analysis easier and more accessible with standards-based process mapping, wizard-driven optimization, and SharePoint-based collaboration.

Featured Speakers:

  • John Roth (Group Product Manager, Microsoft Visio)
  • Colin Teubner (Director Product Management, Global 360).

If you attend the webinar you can receive a free copy of “BPMN Modeling and Reference Guide” — the #1 selling BPMN book.

Be sure to let us know how it goes!

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