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AgilePoint, developer of Business Process Management (BPM) Solutions
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Software and Business Process Management (BPM) expert, Jesse Shiah who is the Founder and CEO of AgilePoint joins Enterprise Radio. Headquartered in Mountain View, California, AgilePoint is an innovative developer of Business Process Management (BPM) solutions, which enable companies to quickly and cost-effectively optimize efficiency and profitability.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Jesse Shiah discuss the following:
- For the benefit of our listeners, tell us about AgilePoint.
- AgilePoint is also a Gold Sponsor of the 2012 Microsoft SharePoint Conference at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, where you introduced AgilePoint Genesis, the newest version of the your company’s acclaimed brand of BPM software. Tell us more about AgilePoint Genesis.
- Why is this new brand of software so innovative?
- AgilePoint Genesis has a number of key benefits and features. Tell us more about these advantages.
- Why is this specific brand of BPM software so valuable in both the short- and long-term for companies?
Headquartered in Mountain View, California, AgilePoint is an innovative developer of Business Process Management (BPM) solutions, which enable companies to quickly and cost-effectively optimize efficiency and profitability. By automating business processes, AgilePoint makes essential information more accessible to employees so they can manage mission-critical projects and applications. These strengths allow companies to enjoy improved operations, which combine best practices, subject matter expertise and other critical models into an easily functional system. For more information about AgilePoint, please visit www.agilepoint.com.
Related Web Site: www.agilepoint.com
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