The Gartner BPM Summit in Baltimore wrapped up last Friday at noon but the tweet stream lives on. The event was well attended with 863 people registered. On Wednesday, April 27th, I challenged the audience to become the most twitterfluential attendees across the various Gartner conferences. We did well, but didn’t take the top spot. (The Gartner CRM event outdid us.)
April 27th stats:
# tweets for the day – 637 # unique tweeters – 91
April 28th stats:
# tweets for the day – 789 # unique tweeters – 114
The Twitterati in Pictures (via Twazzup)
Most influential tweeters at the summit:
Most active tweeters:
Thanks to everyone for making this a great event.
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