Just Make ERP Work! How BPM Bridges the SOA - ERP Gap

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Does your Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system actually do what you want it to do? ERP applications were supposed to seamlessly solve all of our supply chain, order management, and deal approval processes. But these processes cross departments, people and functions, yet your ERP systems do not. So how well are ERP applications really working for you?

If you want to crush your competition, it is imperative that you tune into this webcast and learn how Business Process Management (BPM) is the missing link for making ERP work.

Does your Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system actually do what you want it to do? ERP applications were supposed to seamlessly solve all of our supply chain, order management, and deal approval processes. But these processes cross departments, people and functions, yet your ERP systems do not. So how well are ERP applications really working for you?

If you want to crush your competition, it is imperative that you tune into this webcast and learn how Business Process Management (BPM) is the missing link for making ERP work. BPM helps you articulate, automate and optimize processes across silos, systems and functions so you can finally achieve the cost savings, efficiencies, and agility you were meant to have.

If you are trying to attain agility through Service Oriented Architecture (SOA), BPM can help you bridge the gap in your ERP systems at a low total cost of ownership and with a rapid implementation time.

Attend this eye-opening webcast with Savvion and AMR analyst Bill Swanton to:

- Make your SAP or other ERP systems actually work the way your people and customers want it to work.

- Bridge the gap between SOA strategies for agility and your existing ERP infrastructure – within 90 days

- Learn 5 actionable steps to make process management – both the discipline and the technology - work within your unique corporate culture

- Hear how leading companies today are making their ERP systems actually work by employing both BPM strategies and technologies

Bill Swanton, Vice President, Research, AMR Research, Inc.

Bill Swanton brings more than 26 years of enterprise manufacturing expertise to his role as vice president of research in AMR Research’s Enterprise Strategies Service. He is responsible for the firm’s research in IT benefit realization techniques used by Fortune 1000 companies to expand the value they receive from their ERP investments. Recent areas of focus have been master data management and B2B e-commerce. Bill has also analyzed the high tech and discrete industries, with a specific focus on how brand owners, contract manufacturers, and other suppliers manage global demand-driven supply networks (DDSN).

Rob Risany, Director of Product Marketing, Savvion

Rob Risany is Director of Product Marketing for Savvion. He is responsible for setting the direction and positioning of Savvion's products and services so that they meet customer requirements. Mr. Risany brings more than 10 years experience in software marketing including business process management, business intelligence, enterprise integration, and operational support systems. Prior to Savvion, Mr. Risany helped launch Orb Networks and AIM Technology in the United States, delivering marketing strategies and tactics which led to double-digit year-on-year growth for both companies.

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