Tuesday, 19th November, 2019
09:30SGT International Case Study: Coca-Cola European Partners Implement BPM from Zero
Coca-Cola European Partners is the result of the merger of 3 main bottlers in Europe (13 countries). Coca Cola needed a better understanding of the differentiation in an “as-is” processes to support the definition of a “to-be” processes, which will assist in making the right decisions for the standardization and simplification of our IT-landscape and application set.
From consumers to supply chain process, capabilities, data, application and infrastructure, CCEP needed to design a future which requires extensive change management and people training as well as fighting the old ways to do it. In this session, discover how this enabled the delivery of the capability program and an overall reduced operational cost base.
- Setting up the right team and governance process for a BPM roll out
- Ensuring you have the right tools
- Creating a culture for change and work in harmony across languages and countries.
Katy Murarotto, Director, Strategic Business Solutions, Coca-Cola European Partners
10:30SGT McCormick, Food Company’s recipe for a Global BPM Rollout
For a global giant like McCormick, achieving process discipline in a global environment is very important. The solution has to be very lean, user friendly, and easily accessible by process users. Learn how McCormick is rolling out Business Process Management, empowering teams by providing them with knowledge transparency and easy to use tools.
- How processes connect with each other
- How to successfully roll out Global and truly cross-functional Business Process Management
- How to empower teams for robust knowledge management
Marta Maruszewska, Manager, Business Process Management, McCormick Global Enablement
Chris Ellis, Manager, Technical Evangelism - Asia Pacific, Nintex
11:30SGT Understanding the difference between Intelligent Robotic Process Automation & BPM
In-Spite of the widespread adoption of BPM which is a systematic approach to improving essential, company-wide, and high-profile processes, it is not without its limitations. While it still remains relevant in today’s market its interesting to note the changes on how Digital Automation is being re-engineered. Join us to understand the key difference between IPA and BPM, and how these technologies and services will enhance the future of Digital Automation and Transformation.
Alex Koshy, Head of sales - CC / BPO, Automation Anywhere
12:30 SGT Automation Singularity: Achieving enterprise agility and scalability through a human-digital workforce
Automation, or RPA, is driving significant opportunities for digitization across processes and the enterprise. A common stumbling block however, is identifying the ideal process candidate. Another problem is that enterprises find it difficult to take the next step to deploy automation enterprise-wide and scale. Process Discovery makes identification easier by visually depicting manual effort or inefficiency hot spots in a given workflow.
- Highlight opportunities to drive improvements
- Amplify and accelerate enterprise automation
- Achieve operational excellence
Shrikant Deo, Associate Director, Product Management, EdgeVerve