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Onit to Present at 2014 Business Process Excellence for Financial Services Summit

Onit, a leading provider of Smart Process Apps, today announced that its Customer Development Executive Paul Zengilowski will lead a discussion on how Apps can positively impact processes and performance during the 2014 Business Process Excellence for Financial Services Summit. The summit, scheduled for March 11-13 in New York City, features presentations from more than 20 experts in companies including Deutsche Bank, GE Capital and UBS.

Zengilowski’s presentation, scheduled for March 12 at 11:30 AM ET and titled “Navigating the ‘New BPM’ Landscape: Apps That Tame Business Process and Empower Knowledge Workers,” will highlight how the right tools allow knowledge workers to focus on process results rather than difficult technology.

Business process management (BPM) is a top initiative at most global companies. However, it is nearly impossible to tame the chaos around processes because of a lack of visibility and use of antiquated systems. Smart Process Apps are the new tools for the 21st century knowledge worker because of their flexibility, ease of use and low deployment costs.

Zengilowski’s discussion will include:

  • The simplicity of creating business Apps and how it facilitates a rapid development and “learn by doing” mentality
  • The importance of delivering world-class customer value that supports all points of interactions between knowledge workers
  • How App Builder clients have strategically integrated existing processes into simplified process structure using UTBMS phases for litigation and compliance/transactions
  • The difference between a standard development toolset and custom development through IT
  • The strategic value and ROI of moving process initiation and approval out of email to gain increased transparency

To learn more about the presentation or to register for the event, visit http://www.bpe-finance.com/AgendaDay.aspx?tp_day=35865.

About the Speaker

Paul Zengilowski is a seasoned business and legal technology executive with more than 20 years of sales, business development and client implementation experience. As a Customer Development Executive, he oversees the company’s outside sales, partner and channel strategy, while also contributing to the company’s product direction and strategy. Previously, Paul was the Director of Legal Services at Pangea3, a division of Thomson Reuters and was responsible for sales of LPO services to corporate legal and procurement organizations. He also held key positions at IntApp as the Vice President of the Revenue Management Practice and Datacert as the General Manager, Corporate Legal Solutions.

About Onit

Onit was formed by legal software industry experts Eric M. Elfman and Eric A. Smith, co-founders of Datacert, a leading provider of enterprise spend management software. Launched in early 2011, Onit deploys Onit Apps to simplify business process automation and improve business productivity across all departments and industries. The Onit App Builder allows business users to drive efficiency and productivity by combining business process management, project management and information management into one easy to use tool so the user can create their own Onit Apps without having to rely on IT for support.

Businesses have processes for everything -- whether it’s hiring a vendor or law firm, terminating an employee, submitting a contract for review, requesting a trademark request, obtaining an NDA, etc. Most of these processes are manual, paper intensive and cumbersome. With Onit Apps, processes are automated in a few clicks, responsible parties are notified immediately, and data collection is centralized. Onit doesn’t require any software to download or resources from IT. For more information, visit www.onit.com or contact 1-800-281-1330.

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