Achieving measurable business process improvement involves integrating a set of application tools that enable more agile change management. Adopting a process-oriented approach for enterprise resource planning (ERP) allows you to monitor and improve ERP process performance.
CIOs, Enterprise Architects and application managers are under constant pressure to deliver an agile IT portfolio that makes business users happy — while cutting cost at the same time. This webcast demonstrates how a business process focus helps prioritize around business value, speed up implementation projects and accelerate the change management process for ERP applications such as SAP Solution Manager.
Signavio Co-CEO, Dr. Gero Decker, will share valuable insight on topics such as:
- Creating the best process architecture with collaboration
- Extending the reach of business processes management
- Using BPM as an accelerator for enterprise architecture
We are looking forward to groundbreaking insight, and helping you understand the benefit of being process oriented. Register here, and mark your calendar with “Do NOT Miss” on June 25th at 1:00 p.m. EST.
Dr. Gero Decker
Dr. Gero Decker is a founding partner & Co-CEO of Signavio, the leading collaborative BPM software solution. His years of BPM experience lend exceptional expertise for industry thought leadership as he heads product innovation and business development. He is also widely known for co-authoring the book The Process, which captures both the practical value and the excitement that results from putting powerful BPM techniques to work.
CTO & VP, Business Process Management, Inc.
A best-selling author, practitioner, and rated as the #1 most influential thought leader in BPM by independent research. Nathaniel is also co-author of a dozen books on innovation and knowledge work including: Intelligent BPM, How Knowledge Workers Get Things Done, Social BPM, Mastering the Unpredictable, Excellence in Practice, as well as the Encyclopedia of Database Systems and The X-Economy. Nathaniel has been the Chief Architect for projects involving investments of $200 Million or more, and frequently tops the lists of the most recognized names in the BPM field. He was the first individual named as Laureate in Workflow.