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MicroPact to Speak at Gartner Business Process Management Summit 2013

Will present session on using case management to speed healthcare claims processing

HERNDON, Va., Feb. 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- MicroPact, a leader in the development of case management and business process management (BPM) software, today announced that they will present a session at the Gartner Business Process Management Summit 2013.  Held at the Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center in National Harbor, MD, the Gartner Business Process Management Summit is the largest, most comprehensive BPM conference in the world. One of the key issues the conference will address this year is how BPM helps drive the differentiation and operational agility enterprise needs to compete and win.

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Titled "Harnessing BPM Best Practices to Drive Down Healthcare Processing Costs," the session will feature Bob Ragsdale, Vice President of Marketing, MicroPact.  The session will offer an in-depth look at how BPM best practices and technology delivered measurable and substantial performance and process change for one of the nation's largest healthcare claims processing organizations. The session will review the key factors that were employed to reduce the per-case transaction cost of processing healthcare appeals while increasing profit, worker productivity and collaboration, and organizational capacity.

WHAT:

Solution Provider Session 9 - "Case Study: Harnessing BPM Best Practices to Drive Down Healthcare Processing Costs"

WHO:

Bob Ragsdale, Vice President of Marketing, MicroPact

WHEN:

Wednesday, April 3, at 1:30 p.m.

WHERE:

Gaylord National Resort and Conference Center


201 Waterfront Street


National Harbor, MD 207452

MicroPact is a Platinum Sponsor of the Gartner BPM Summit and will be exhibiting the latest version of entellitrak, their flagship case management and business process management software. The latest version of entellitrak features the full integration of entellidoc, MicroPact's advanced collaborative document management software. The integration of entellidoc into entellitrak has enabled MicroPact to create a composite content application, bringing multiple applications together in one application as a full content management system and allows users to initiate workflow from a case management, business process management or document management perspective.

Conference attendees can schedule an interview with MicroPact experts by accessing the Gartner Agenda Builder or by contacting Bob Ragsdale directly at [email protected].  MicroPact will also be returning to the BPM Summit with live entertainment and refreshments at "MicroPact's 110 BPM (Beats Per Minute) Blues Lounge." The Hospitality Suite will be held on Wednesday, April 3, at 6:15 p.m.

About MicroPact
MicroPact serves more than 200 federal agencies and organizations, as well as Fortune 500 companies, through the development of advanced Case Management and Business Process Management software. MicroPact's open architecture, on-premises or cloud based products can be implemented immediately and configured continuously, enabling customers to get to work quickly while keeping costs low. For more information, visit www.micropact.com.

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