I would like to draw your attention to the webinar “Steer your business operations with real-time visibility gained with Operational Process Intelligence” presented on Wednesday, Aug 27 2014 by the following two notable experts in the area of Operational Process Intelligence:

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Here is the abstract for this webinar:
The initial promise of Business Process Management (BPM) was that it would enable our businesses to be managed holistically through business process models that were implemented in software. The vision was enticing, but the reality – as always – is more complex. The business reality of restricted budgets, organizational change complexity, M&A activity, and more means that processes will always be implemented using patchworks of systems.

Operational Process Intelligence platforms offer a practical, pragmatic way forward. Working side-by-side with existing systems, they provide real-time insights into end-to-end business process health and performance, and they help operations managers and leaders to make quick, evidence-based decisions to manage risks and tackle problems.

The webinar will also include a demo of how SAP provides real-time intelligence across end-to-end processes with its solution SAP Operational Process Intelligence powered by SAP HANA.

Attend this webinar to learn:

  • Better understand the business value of Operational Process Intelligence
  • Explore some likely use cases for the technology
  • Learn how to gain real-time insights into your business operations across complex, heterogeneous system landscapes
  • Learn how to better navigate through daily operations by knowing the most critical situations in real-time and prioritizing workloads accordingly

Update Oct 2nd, 2014: The recording of this webinar (60 minutes) is now availalbe on the YouTube channel “Intelligent Business Operations powered by SAP HANA”. Click here to watch.

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