Europe's Foremost Independent
Enterprise Architecture Conference

Co-located with the
Business Process Management Conference Europe 2011

2011 CONFERENCE DOCUMENTATION FOR SALE ON CD
Link to 2012 Conference, 18-20 June 2012
 
2011 Featured Speakers Include:
John Zachman
John Zachman
Zachman International
  Sally Bean
Sally Bean
Sally Bean Ltd
 

Thomas Lawton
Professor
Thomas Lawton

EMYLON
Business School

 
Pete Truman
Pete Truman
Capgemini
  Jason Bloomberg
Jason Bloomberg
Intellyx LLC

EA Europe and BPM Europe are recognized and respected events that have brought practitioners, experts and thought-leaders together from round the world for many years, to uncover strategies for success in delivering world-class products, services, processes and systems.

This year we are excited to announce that these conferences are joining forces to bring you a unique opportunity to discover the latest approaches to both Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Management and benefit from the synergies between them. The conference programs have been designed to complement each other, including a joint track on Business Architecture and our inimitable range of tutorials and workshops. Delegates enrolling in either conference may attend sessions from the other one, for the price of one admission.

  • Participate in Europe's leading Enterprise Architecture and Business Process Management conferences that are not analyst or vendor led but are designed by practitioners for practitioners, providing content that is up-to-date and relevant to the audience
  • The conferences provide an excellent mix of theory, visions and practical implementations
  • Select from 5 conference tracks - 2 tracks on Enterprise Architecture, 2 tracks on BPM and 1 joint track on Business Architecture
  • Choose from 12 pre-conference seminars, led by experienced practitioners and leaders in their field
  • Choose from 20 case studies and learn from organizations who have already implemented world class EA and BPM approaches and soluti
Produced by:   In Association with:
     
IRM UK   Cutter Consortium
     
Gold Sponsors:
     
OpenText Metastorm   Oracle
     
IBM
     
Standard Sponsors:
     
BOC Group   Appian
     
BiZZdesign   Altus
     
BizFlow   adaptive
     
Casewise   SMART
     
Web Ratio   Singularity
     
Supported by:
AOGEA   CAEAP
NAF   BCS
DAMA
 
Media Sponsors:
 
Architecture & Governance Magazine   Via Nova Architectura
     
Business Process Management Journal   Enterprise Technology Management (ETM)
     
TDAN   OilIt.com
 
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12th ANNUAL
CONFERENCE

Dates/Venue
8-10 June 2011
Radisson Blu Portman Hotel
London, UK

This event will be co-located with the Business Process Management Conference Europe 2011 - delegates registering for the EA Conference will also be entitled to attend the BPM conference sessions.

GROUP BOOKING DISCOUNTS:
  2-3 Delegates 10%
4-5 Delegates 20%
6+ Delegates 25%
   
Case Studies & Contributors Include:
arrow Visa Europe
arrow Shell
arrow British Gas
arrow Ministry of Defence
arrow Credit Suisse
arrow Siemens
arrow De Nederlandsche Bank
arrow Lloyds Banking Group
arrow IBM
arrow National Policing
Improvement Agency
arrow Capgemini
arrow Cutter Consortium
arrow Amer Sports
arrow Jardine Lloyd Thompson
arrow Detica
arrow Ericsson
arrow Forrester
arrow AEGON
arrow Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets
arrow British Army
arrow Dutch Health Care Insurance Board
arrow Thomson Reuters Markets
arrow Pinnacle People
arrow STANLIB Asset Management Ltd
   
Perfect event if one wants to feel the pulse of EA. Excellent learning and networking forum.
Amitabh Apte, Enterprise Architecture Group, SITA
   
Would highly recommend it to others.
Kouros Roshanzamir, Technical Architect, Freshfields
   
My first time attending an EA conference, and will be coming back. This conference has helped me understand the whole Enterprise Architecture from a business prospect.
Raj Kumar, Demand Analysis, GlaxoSmithKline
   
Good opportunity to ‘benchmark' others experience with ours. Well organised, aligned with today's and tomorrow's issues.
Gert Eijkelboom, De Nederlandsche Bank