The missing BPM podcast

Weird. Over the weekend, my feed reader picked up three instances of a feed of a podcast on Podtech (tagged with “BPM”) that doesn’t seem to actually exist. Imagine my frustration:

The Forrester Wave: Business Process Management for Document Processes – Interview with the Analyst

In this audio event we speak with Craig Le Clair of Forrester Research, co-author of The Forrester Wave: Business Process Management for Document Processes, Q3 2007 report. Craig discusses Forrester’s definition of Business Process Management and BPM Suites, document-intensive types of processes and their requirements, the type of functionality that is important within a BPM solution, and the strengths he discovered in his analysis of EMC’s Documentum Process Suite. Tags: Craig Le Clair, Forres…

There were two identical entries as above, then a third one with the same link but a slightly different description:

The Forrester Wave: Business Process Management for Document Processes – Interview with the Analyst [IMG MP3 Audio] Audio | 10:12 | Commissioned | Posted by editor | November 8th, 2007 7:04 pm In this audio event we speak with Craig Le Clair of Forrester Research, co-author of The Forrester Wave: Business Process Management for Document Processes, Q3 2007 report. Craig discusses Forrester’s definition of Business Process Management and BPM Suites, document-intensive types of processes and thei…

I browsed back to November 8th on their site, which appears to be the publication date, but no luck. Anyone hear this podcast?

Update: as of November 27th, the podcast is available at the link above. It seems to be a plug for EMC/Documentum; although there’s no explicit sponsorship noted on the podcast page, it is tagged as “commissioned”. A little more transparency, please.

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