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SAP Implementation – Speed it Up and Keep Costs Down by Doing it Right the First Time

How to bridge the gap between solution architecture and business architecture.

Companies that have chosen SAP are taking on a substantial investment that they know will need to be managed effectively. In this whitepaper you will learn how to mitigate this risk and how to make sure that the SAP implementation is in alignment with business needs and strategies.

SAP Implementation - speed it up and keep costs down by doing it right the first time

Turning Business Processes into Business Assets

If your business processes are treated as ad-hoc, project-focused artefacts with no long term value, it’s a sure-fire sign your company needs to develop a change in thinking and approach. This paper will show why you should create a foundation you can build upon so you can fully leverage process modeling as a lasting investment.

Turning Business Processes into Business Assets

Performance Management: Closing the loop in the continuous cycle of BPM

Performance Management takes the effectiveness of the other components of a BPM solution to a new level. This white paper will show you what it takes to build an integrated Performance Management solution and fully realize the benefits of BPM.

Performance Management: Closing the loop in the continuous cycle of BPM

Unlocking the Potential of Business Process Management

While Business Process Management (BPM) solutions are a promising breed of enterprise software for organizations focused on process improvement, they are not the complete answer. This paper explores the pitfalls in the BPM highway and describes an approach that enterprises can take to realize the full potential of BPM.

Unlocking the Potential of Business Process Management

Continuous Process Improvement - The Process Approach to Six Sigma

The results of pairing Business Process Management with a continuous process improvement initiative using Six Sigma can be dramatic. This white paper introduces you to how a business process management approach can be applied within DMAIC, the five phases generally associated with the Six Sigma methodology.

A Process Approach to Six Sigma