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Keep global control when undergoing process improvements and implementing a new ERP

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This presentation from The Summit for Leaders in Finance Shared Services & Outsourcing 2011 shows how monitoring global processes such as month-end close can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re keeping track of progress through color-coded spreadsheets. So how do you deliver continuous improvements to your processes when you have users around the world? And what do you do when there is an ERP implementation going on simultaneously?

This presentation from The Summit for Leaders in Finance Shared Services & Outsourcing 2011 shows how monitoring global processes such as month-end close can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’re keeping track of progress through color-coded spreadsheets.

So how do you deliver continuous improvements to your processes when you have users around the world? And what do you do when there is an ERP implementation going on simultaneously?

Emitra Nelson, Global Close Coordinator, Finance at Cameron has a fascinating story around:

  • Laying out your entire process, creating storyboards and being able to see in an instant what happens when you change steps
  • Avoiding the costs of completely re-designing your processes when going through an ERP implementation or process improvements
  • Rapidly communicating process changes to your global user base in a way they quickly understand  
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