How to Avoid the 5 Pitfalls of Process Optimization

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How to Avoid the 5 Pitfalls of Process Optimization
Process optimization should always link back to the heart of the business. It should strengthen your core business by delivering better products and services, in a shorter period of time, at lower cost and with less environmental impact – by maximizing output and minimizing costs. But “optimizing business processes” is often easier said than done.
 
In this webinar, Mac McConnell from Bonitasoft highlights the 5 factors that are key to successful optimization projects - and 5 common pitfalls to avoid. Join this webinar to:
  • Learn the "5 C’s" for successful process optimization projects
  • Identify the 5 most common pitfalls in process optimization (and how to avoid them)
  • Get practical ideas on what you can do differently to get successful results from process optimization

Presenter:

Mac McConnell
Vice President Product Management
BonitaSoft

Mac McConnell is Vice President of Product Management at BonitaSoft where he is responsible for all product oversight of the Bonita BPM Suite. Mac conducts BPM industry and market research, and directly engages with BonitaSoft's customers for product feedback and development. He has built strong working relations with various internal organizations including IT, Engineering, Sales, Marketing, Product Development, and many key stake holders in the BPM field. He currently leads several cross functional teams in the development, approval, training, and communication of product changes and its associated customer impact. Mac has also held prominent roles at Sun Microsystems, JPMorganChase and Deutsche Banc Alex Brown.