Dear Students,

You have learnt how to design, implement and simulate a business process with the
ARIS Education Package. Now stand a chance to win an exclusive eBook on ARIS (in German language), the perfect source of knowledge for Business Process Management enthusiasts and thesis candidates! Our contest has a simple participation process. Here are the basic steps to be followed to qualify as a winner:

  1. Get your ARIS Certificate by answering a few Business Process Management based questions. Click here to get started:
     
  2. Share the image of your certification on social media. Tag your friends and Software AG University Relations handles in your post. You can do this on Facebook, Twitter or on Software AG’s Talent Community on LinkedIn.
     
  3. Stand a chance to be selected as a lucky winner for the eBook: Prozessmodellierung mit ARIS (in German) written by Professor Dr. Heinrich Seidlmeier, a renowned faculty member of Rosenheim Technical University of Applied Sciences.
    Get a peek of the book's contents here.

When you enter the #ARISContest, do keep the following rules in mind:

  1. Deadline for the contest is April 20th, 2020 at 12:00 am CET 
  2. Please note that you can create multiple posts and tag as many friends as you like. You must tag Software AG University Relations to qualify
  3. Every ARIS Community member is allowed to participate. Only 3 winners will be selected from all the entries
  4. Once the contest is closed, a panel of independent judges will determine the winners. The selection shall be unbiased and random
  5. The winners will be announced end of April 2020 via the ARIS Community and University Relation’s’ social media channels
  6. Winners will be requested to share their email address with us once they have been selected so that the eBook may be successfully gifted to them
  7. If contacting fails, a new winner will be determined from the list of participants
  8. There is no right to appeal
  9. Respect the ARIS Community Guidelines (e.g. respect copyright and do not insult other people) and the Terms of Use.

 

Good luck!