Forrester Webinar

COVID just broke your business processes, now what?

Get insights and best practices for any business in a post-COVID world.

May 28, 2020 1:00 p.m. EDT. 

Why should you attend?
COVID and remote work just broke many of your critical processes. The question is, how are you going to fix them and ensure they don't break again? In this timely webinar, our guest speaker, John Bratincevic, Senior Analyst at Forrester, will discuss the challenges and provide practical advice on how companies are leveraging low-code platforms to quickly fill and modify the process gaps exposed by the recent events. Hear business professionals from Honeywell and Ledcor give insights on how they’ve adapted since COVID and how their methods can help your business thrive.

Attend this can't-miss webinar to learn how to:

  • rapidly digitize your processes
  • keep your organization nimble and connected
  • give your company a competitive edge in the new world that we live in

Get your spot for this exclusive TrackVia and Forrester webinar on May 28 at 1pm EDT.

Space is limited, so register now!

About our guest speakers:

John Bratincevic
Senior Analyst Serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals, Forrester
Prior to joining Forrester, John was co-founder and principal at Calabash, a Lean process consulting firm, where he used low-code development platforms to deliver transformational process improvement projects in over 20 industries and for some of the world’s largest companies. Before that, John was a program manager and solutions engineer for XPO Logistics, where he led projects for Fortune 500 clients applying best practices to the supply chain. 

William Mannaberg
Sr. Manager of Procurement Operations & Functional Excellence, Honeywell Inc.
A skilled professional with 20 years of experience in financial and analytical investigations combined with a passion for logistics and supply chain management, William has been a successful leader in developing and implementing solutions that are effective and efficient across teams and departments. William is based in Chicago, IL.