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6 mins with Ann Rosenberg about Business Opportunities for SAP Partners in BPM Consulting

In preparation for her web seminar this Wednesday, March 11, at 11 AM EST, 8 AM PST, Ann Rosenberg gives us a short discussion about the business of BPM consulting with SAP customers.  Interviewed by Greg Chase, Director Platform Marketing.


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0:00  Question 1:  What is business process management?  Isn’t this just another buzz word related to SOA?


1:10  Question 2:  What business opportunities are there for SAP Partners that would be interested in doing business process management consulting?


3:43  Question 3:  With SAP customers doing more and more BPM Projects, how would you say present functional and technical consultants are affected?  And, what would you recommend for them?


4:30  Question 4:  In this economy, what’s the outlook for BPM-related programs?


5:25  Question 5:  Ann, you are hosting a one-hour webinar this coming Wednesday, March 11.  What will you be discussing?

Join us for a live webinar on Wednesday, March 11 at 11AM Eastern, 8AM Pacific.  Register now!

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About the speaker

Ann Rosenberg is Global Practice Head for Business Process Management in SAP’s Business Transformation Consulting Team.  Ms. Rosenberg has been with SAP since 2000, holds a Black Belt in Six Sigma, and an executive MBA from SIMI. She has extensive experience in setting up BPM competency centers, and helping IT departments execute transformational change to support process-oriented organizations. Ms. Rosenberg recently published the book Business Process Management – The SAP Roadmap.

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