Signavio UK Roadshow: Aligning Your Processes through BPM to drive Value
Signavio are joining forces with BPM-D, an innovative consulting firm delivering and executing BPM strategy, to bring you a free afternoon of presentations including use-cases and discussions to discover how successful alignment can be achieved using innovative process management practice and next-generation collaborative software.
Participants have the option to attend one of two UK locations
- 8th September 2015 in Birmingham at Radisson Blu Birmingham
- 9th September 2015 in London at Rooms on Regent’s Park
Two Process Perspectives
Harmonisation and transparency enable increased agility for greater customer responsiveness and commercial value. Signavio and BPM-D will provide two different perspectives of process alignment.
BPM-D, as business process management specialists, will bring their expertise from a theoretical and consulting angle on the topic of simplification and standardisation of processes in the dynamic world.
Signavio will provide insight on the practical and technological side of BPM, including its implementation and wider reaching facets. Compliance, consistency and standardisation are just some of the challenges which Signavio can help you to overcome.
Both will include real world use cases not only to give examples of how to implement BPM initiatives but also to emphasise its value to all organisations.
Standardization & Harmonization by Peter Franz
Prerequisites for agile customer service in a dynamic digital world
Complex market conditions combined with digitally empowered consumers present a challenging commercial environment. Most business leaders understand that the answer is innovation and agility but the question is how this is achieved. When processes are aligned and good practices are applied, efficiencies are created freeing talented people to innovate. This generates a more nimble organization, which is able to adapt to evolving market conditions more quickly. Establishing a process repository, which is both accessible and driven by users, is a crucial element in breaking down the barriers, which so often exist between process management teams and the rest of an organisation. Peter Franz will outline practical approaches to achieving this vision with reference to recent case examples.
Peter Franz has been working at the forefront of Business Process Management (BPM) for many years as part of a 30 year career with Accenture. He currently assists companies with strategic execution and establishing a BPM discipline, and has developed a number of innovative approaches to solve implementation issues in pragmatic and results-oriented ways.
Peter has additionally led very substantial change programs across a number of industries including: Energy, Financial Services, Logistics, Travel Services, Utilities and Consumer Goods.
Register for your Place Now!
Places are intentionally limited to allow all participants ample opportunity to have their questions answered and to engage in the discussions. This can continue in a more informal setting with a glass of wine following the afternoon’s presentations.
Register now by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org