The North American Global Process Owner Summit 2016

NAGPO_banner-3 The North American Global Process Owner Summit May 10th - 12th, 2016 Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport 17338 International Boulevard Seattle, Washington   Please join us at Learning Lab B 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM Move from good to great with efficient Order-to-Cash processes that help your organization control Cost, Cash, and Risk Cutting costs is a sure-fire way to improve the bottom line, but visionary Global Business Services leaders do more by controlling costs, cash, and risk. During this session we’ll discuss how to identify opportunities for process improvements across the entire Order-to-Cash mega-process. We’ll discuss how to prioritize improvements based on corporate strategic goals for cost containment, risk management and cash flow optimization. We’ll also help you build a case to overcome common hurdles such as:

  • Executive and organizational apathy
  • Lack of harmonization of improvement across your ERP systems
  • A culture of resistance
  • Project creep
Be prepared to examine some of the toughest obstacles that could impede your performance, and how to overcome them.

The North American Global Process Owner Summit 2016

NAGPO_banner-3

The North American Global Process Owner Summit
May 10th – 12th, 2016
Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport
17338 International Boulevard
Seattle, Washington

 

Please join us at Learning Lab B
8:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Move from good to great with efficient Order-to-Cash processes that help your organization control Cost, Cash, and Risk

Cutting costs is a sure-fire way to improve the bottom line, but visionary Global Business Services leaders do more by controlling costs, cash, and risk. During this session we’ll discuss how to identify opportunities for process improvements across the entire Order-to-Cash mega-process. We’ll discuss how to prioritize improvements based on corporate strategic goals for cost containment, risk management and cash flow optimization.

We’ll also help you build a case to overcome common hurdles such as:

  • Executive and organizational apathy
  • Lack of harmonization of improvement across your ERP systems
  • A culture of resistance
  • Project creep

Be prepared to examine some of the toughest obstacles that could impede your performance, and how to overcome them.