Red Hat
Apr 12, 2013
by Eric D. Schabell
I was fortunate enough to participate this year in the Gartner BPM Summit 2013 in DC. It was my first time at a Gartner event and I was looking forward to the high level business activities and session that would be part of the event.

What I did not expect was that if you are not an end customer then you do not get to attend a lot of the events. Though I was sporting an 'Attendee' pass, the sessions required pre-registration which ended up in my being rejected for admittance. Bummer as there were some really interesting sessions.

Outside of that, it was hosted at the DC Gaylord Resort and it is an awesome place to have to be for a conference. I was lucky to meet up with colleagues from our North America field teams (thanks to Mark Yourcheck for a great few days at our stand).

Below is an impression of our days at the conference.