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Find your Billion-Dollar Apps

When: 12/13/2013
1:00 PM
Where: Pactiv/Reynolds Consumer Corp
1900 W. Field Court
Lake Forest, Illinois  60045
United States
Contact: JD Sander
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Dear Process Professional:

Please join us for the next ABPMP Chicago Chapter meeting featuring Alex Bratton of Lextech.



Friday, December 13th

1 to 4:30 p.m.


Pactiv/Reynolds Consumer Corp

1900 W. Field Court

Lake Forest, IL 60045


This meeting is FREE to all ABPMP members, but pre-registration is requested for security and meeting access.  Please send an email to with your name, company and membership status no later than December 10th if you plan to attend.  If you cannot attend in person, the online meeting information is listed below.

After the chapter meeting, a social hour is tentatively scheduled for the Lantern in Lake Forest. Please indicate if you’re planning on attending, so the space can be reserved.

The Lantern of Lake Forest

768 Western Ave

Lake Forest, IL


1:00 p.m. Arrival and Networking

1:30 p.m. General Announcements: Chapter Officers

1:45 p.m. Feature Presentation: Find Your Billion-Dollar Apps by Alex Bratton

3:30 p.m. Continued Networking

4:30 p.m. Adjourn

PRESENTATION: Find your Billion-Dollar Apps

The prospect of adding mobile technology tantalizes businesses with its promises of easy accessibility and faster access to data. But how can we marry mobile with business process management to experience its benefits? It is easy to dream up mobile app ideas, but very difficult to uncover and select apps that will provide the most value to your business. There are billions of dollars locked away in enterprise workflows!

Lextech's CEO and chief geek, Alex Bratton, will walk you through his tried and true Billion Dollar Apps™ process that has been used in startups and Fortune 500 companies alike. This process will help you determine the viability and return potential of each of your app ideas and will arm you with the data you need to sell mobile internally.


Alex Bratton Alex Bratton is the CEO and chief geek of Lextech Global Services, a mobile app development company that helps clients evaluate business workflows to identify and build apps that improve processes. Lextech’s mobile apps are reinventing industries for the global 2000 through mid-market companies, generating billions of dollars for clients. Alex is a technology visionary, author, and entrepreneur who founded 9 other companies before Lextech. He received his BS degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Illinois.


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HAVE YOU CONSIDERED?? The top three reasons why you should join us at the next bi-monthly, half-day Association for Business Process Management Professionals (ABPMP) Chicago Chapter meeting:

1. Network: You meet business process professional experts from companies throughout Chicagoland. A solid professional network is always a good thing!

2. Real-life best practices: You learn from experienced business process practitioners "what works” in their companies. You can "…learn real-life stories, meet people who understand what [you’re] doing, and bounce ideas off of.”

3. CBPP certification: You prepare to become a Certified Business Process Professional (CBPP). Certification can enhance your job skills and opportunities!


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Best regards,

Tom Hillison, CBPP

Vice President of Communications/Marketing

ABPMP Chicago Chapter

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