Aligning the Visions of IT and Business to Create User Acceptance
Leaders of IT may have one vision while business leaders may have another. These groups must bridge the gap now, in the business case and planning stages, rather than waiting until the actual migration and implementation.
In this webcast, we will share key learnings from our experience with process and technology as well as findings from our best practice research. This will include examples of where most successful migrations start and what it takes to successfully bring them to fruition. We aim to help you have a faster, more efficient, safer migration with less costs, less risk of business disruption, and a higher positive ROI calculation.
Register and join the discussion to learn how to:
- Ensure strategy and execution are in harmony
- Create alignment between business and IT
- Move from a seamless migration toward operational excellence
- Improve customer experience with an optimized ERP
You will receive the link to join the webcast and all other details by email. Can't make the broadcast? Register anyway, and you will be sent the recording to watch at your convenience.
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About the speakers
Mark Elkin is Vice President, Solution Consulting at Signavio where he enables companies to collaborate on best practices and make data-driven decisions to transform their businesses on a global basis.
Jim Duffy is Co-Founder and Managing Director, Process Research and Optimization (PRO). PRO partners with senior executives and their teams to continually optimize business performance through a best practice knowledgebase and business modeling methods.
Bhuvan Wadhwa is Senior Director of SAP Digital Core Marketing at SAP. He is a member of SAP's global product marketing team and has been with SAP for over nine years. He has worked closely with SAP partners and the SAP Services team and has extensive knowledge of software implementation, Services & Support portfolios, and business transformation.