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Posted:  09 Jan 2013
Published:  09 Jan 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  12  Page(s)
Type:  Presentation Transcript
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

Salt River Project (SRP), a 100 year old utility company in Arizona, was dealing with the pressures many organizations today are facing- financial pressures, higher customer expectations, outdated legacy systems, disconnected communications, and trying to find ways to convert data better.

In this presentation transcript, SRP’s David Simpson discusses how they were able to leverage business process management to connect strategy, people, information, and technology.

Learn how SRP focused on understanding the business architecture of their company to enable process visibility and understanding. And examine their multi-phase approach to building a foundation on SAP around finance, human resources, and supply chain management.






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Architectures | Business Process Management | Business Process Management Software | Customer Service | Human Resources Management | Legacy Applications Software | SAP (Product) | Supply Chain Management

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