How to Get Lean with Automated Process Discovery - Live demonstration and case study presentation

How to Get Lean with Automated Process Discovery - Live demonstration and case study presentation

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The biggest challenge to improving the efficiency of your business processes often lies in knowing how these processes really work in your organization. You cannot improve what you cannot see. By visualizing and analyzing your business processes from historical data, process waste is exposed and is evidence for applying and measuring lean initiatives to achieve significant value.

Join Fujitsu in a session on how Fujitsu's Automated Process Discovery (APD) offering helps companies:

  •  Visualize existing business processes - in less than two weeks
  •  Identify process bottlenecks, steps that get repeated, and "loop-backs" in processes
  •  Pin-point areas for improvement

In this session, we will demonstrate how APD was used by one of our clients to examine and optimize their opportunity-to-order process, as a way of meeting customer requirements while driving down the cost of inventory. During this demonstration, we will show you how this client was able to:

  •  Quickly and accurately document and measure its processes - based on evidence rather than perception
  •  Discover 22 areas for process improvement and optimization for both short term and long

Speaker

Ivar Alexander Interstage Sales Engineer Director, Fujitsu America Inc.

Ivar Alexander leads the software services practice at Fujitsu America, and has been actively involved in the Interstage suite of products since the mid 1990’s. Formerly Director of Software Engineering for Interstage BPM, Ivar has a wealth of expertise in middleware and system software development. Ivar has been actively involved in leading Fujitsu’s process visualization and optimization projects globally.

Vendor:
Fujitsu America, Inc.
Premiered:
Mar 23, 2010
Format:
Multimedia
Type:
Webcast
Language:
English
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