PRE-CONFERENCE SESSION:ADDITIONAL $495 FOR ASUG MEMBERS, $595 FOR NON-MEMBERS Do you want to improve your business process expertise? If your answer is "yes", this event is for you. It will cover: * Why it pays to improve your business process expert skills * How process management is related to business network transformation * The relationship between BPM and Business Architecture * How to use benchmarking as an "enabler for change" * A preview on SAP's product roadmap At the end of the day, the key takeaways will include knowing what a business process expert does and how they interact with enterprise architects, developers, and others. Hear from customer business process experts who will discuss their daily tasks and best practices for interfacing with IT and the business. Know how to become a Business Process Expert community member and what sessions to attend at the 2008 ASUG Annual Conference and SAPPHIRE 2008. During this session, a customer will present its "Business Process Expert Community Project: Project Diary of Your Average BPXer." The customer's Business Process Expert community pilot demonstrates how enterprise service-oriented architecture (enterprise SOA) can be put to work. This interactive role play session shows how Business Process Expert community members are creating a true life story of a business process improvement project complete with a cast of characters and scenarios. Follow a project from process analysis, design, and implementation using a Web 2.0 Wiki and IM capabilities. Attendees will participate in roundtable workshop format activities. Discuss user-driven innovation, migrating to SAP ERP using modeling tools, an SOA training course for business process experts, an SAP NetWeaver Composition Environment overview along with a modeling tools overview. Further uncover what the organizational model of the future looks like and best practices. At the end of the session there will be a wrap-up on how to get the most out of your 2008 ASUG Annual Conference and SAPPHIRE Orlando experience.
Added by NSchuberth on April 14, 2008