Delivering Value through Business Process Simplification
Corporate IT Forum workshops are requested by and specifically designed for IT professionals striving for best practice in the corporate environment. Free from supplier involvement, delegates receive real-world information from experienced and unbiased peers.
In today's economic climate, it is essential that businesses strive to reduce costs by reviewing head count, time spent on processes and simplifying services as well as continually improve their effectiveness to both internal and external customers. Businesses may be able to operate more efficiently if systems are integrated so that business functions can be completed automatically.
Eliminating non essential costs, reviewing or removing non value services and adjusting processes are all key in becoming a leaner business whilst not affecting the enterprise's efficiency.
But how do you coordinate the execution of a long-running business function that spans multiple disparate applications? Can different approaches co-exist and how do you manage the deficiencies? How do you identify which processes can be integrated, and what techniques should be used in which circumstances?
To look in detail and gain an updated view of the latest approaches, tools, methods and outcomes of process integration within IT and the business.
- How does Process Integration manifest itself into IT and Business Process Management Activity?
Integrating across a complex organisation
- Integration of industrial IT with Corporate IT & ERP (e.g. SCADA networks)
- How do you integrate processes across your partner base?
- When to use LEAN / Six Sigma
- Measuring and analysing improvements
As with all Corporate IT Forum workshops, the final agenda will be shaped by delegates to match their specific business needs. The workshop is aimed at specialists but anyone with an interest in these areas will benefit.
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