The Dutch SAP BPM user group uses the SAP BPM framework to support organisations to define their own BPM(S) strategy and ALM roadmap.
The SAP BPM Framework contains 16 BPM areas, for which most company have 16 separate project portfolio’s with 16 different stakeholders. The objective of the SAP BPM framework is to create an integrated SAP BPM roadmap and allign the stakeholders within an organization.
During the Dutch BPM themeday the 16 Topics of the SAP BPM framework were presented by 16 experts / customers in order to clarify all aspects of the SAP BPM framework. Every topics has been clarified by use cases as applied by their own organisation. The presenters were also 16 BPM experts who are specialized in one of the BPM process areas of the SAP BPM framework.
The companies that have contributed to the Dutch SAP BPM themeday are: CSM, Philips, DSM, KLM, Dutch Railways, Bavaria, Tata Steel, Achmea, Ministry of Dutch Defense, Kuwait Oil, SAP, Capgemini, ERIKS and Software AG.
During the theme day several topics of the ADM methodology of SAP have been adressed like: the use of ASAP, Agile, RDS and how to apply Business models
The BPM / ADM strategy of SAP was explained by the BPM strategy & transformation manager from SAP (Ann Rosenberg) and the BPM strategy manager from Capgemini (Ard-Jan Vethman) explained why the key competitive capability of companies will be to continuously improve their business model and BPM governance to find new revenue streams.
The presenters (authors) of the themeday have also created a chapter in the book “SAP BPM framework: customer cases” in order to explain their use cases and the underlying vision and strategy in more detail.
The book “SAP BPM framework: customer cases” not only describes the use of BPM / ARIS within a SAP environment using SAP and non SAP products (ARIS) but also the integration of these topics by utilizing the SAP BPM framework. The book can help customers to define their own their BPM(S) strategy and ALM roadmap and therefore optimise the use of ADM within their organisation.
Many books and blogs have been published on the principles of BPM / ARIS like business process improvement (using e.g. Six Sigma) and optimizing business process performance (using e.g. Process Performance Management).
Many books and blogs have been published on the different SAP topics like business process improvement (using e.g. the SAP business suite) and optimizing business process performance (using e.g. SAP BI).
This book combines the principles of BPM / ARIS within a SAP environment using SAP and non SAP products and how these have been applied within organization in order to realise the benefits of an integrated ADM roadmap.
More information on the book can be found at: http://www.lulu.com/shop/frank-luyckx/sap-bpm-framework-customer-cases/paperback/product-20252579.html