Friday, November 20, 2009

Easily Getting Business Process Management Into Your Company

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Easily Getting Business Process Management Into Your Company

Join this free interactive ZDNet Webcast to learn how to easily implement a successful Business Process Management (BPM) solution. Find out how other companies, who found traditional approaches to collecting interviews, documenting business processes, and sharing best practices unwieldy and costly, turned to a proven and streamlined approach to BPM.

What was the solution? Attend this live ZDNet Webcast to hear how Aviva cost-effectively implemented a successful Business Process management (BPM) solution that actually works, across their entire company.

Making Process Improvement Everyone?s Business
Tuesday December 1st, 2009
11:00 AM ET | 8:00 AM PT | 15:00 GMT

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During this online presentation, you'll hear how Aviva:

  • Decentralized its process improvement team, dramatically reducing the headcount of dedicated resources
  • Engaged and gave control to each business unit to manage and upkeep their own business process documentation
  • Used highly collaborative process-mapping exercises to create a scalable solution, while still providing IT governance

Register TODAY to participate on Tuesday December 1st, 2009!

Includes live Q&A!

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