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aOS AIx-En-Provence Nintex Keynote

  1. 1. Nintex est le leader mondial de l’automatisation des processus d’ enterprise 1
  2. 2. “Si le rythme de changement a l’extérieur est supérieur au rythme de changement a l’intérieur, la fin est proche” Jack Welch, CEO of General Electric
  3. 3. — ils changent les regles.
  4. 4. Etude des clients Nintex UK Etude menée sur 443 clients Nintex UK (163 larges, 280 Small&Medium) Estimation du nombre de Workflows simples (Larges : 315; Small&Medium:70) Estimation du nombre de Workflows complexes (Larges : 54; Small&Medium:26)
  5. 5. BPM ERP Entreprise Everyday Process Personal productivity process
  6. 6. BPM ERP
  7. 7. Documents d'entreprise • Examens d'entreprise trimestriels • Rapports de filière • Prévisions financières Contrats • Génération de contrats • Automatisation de propositions • Formulaires de commandes client • eSignatures Engagement d'employés • Intégration/Renvoi d'employés • Gestion des performances • Conceptualisation/Commentaires Innovation de produits • Gestion des exigences • Gestion des versions • Processus de phase porte Réussite commerciale • Gestion des demandes d'informations/appels d'offre • Négociations de prix • Traitement d'EDT • Gestion cmu. Conformité • Surveillance/Collecte de données • Contrôle qualité et tests • Contrôles de sécurité • Basculement • Gestion des incidents Génération de demandes • Planification de campagnes • Examen collatéral • Approbation de communiqués de presse • Gérer la représentation Estimation des liquidités • Approbation d'une grosse transaction • Politiques de comptabilisation des produits • Demande d'informations/Appel d'offre • Actions de crédit et de collecte Engagement client • Commentaires client/CSAT • Commentaires sur les produits et services Opérations sur site • Inaugurations • Demandes de modification • Optimisations • Incidents Documents relatifs à la consommation • Plans des comptes • Examens des canaux • Rapports d'activité client Service sur le terrain • Inspection de la sécurité • Enquêtes sur site • Conformité des processus • Ordres de travail • Collecte de données sur site
  8. 8. 1 0 Régles métier Notifications & Escalade Processus d’approbation Integration Services Cloud Back end services Automatisation Données relationnelles Controles sécurisés Reporting LOB integration Formulaires Mobilité Navigation Design Master data ManagementResponsive design Vues graphiques Layout Options Iconographie User engagement Et vos applications? Hover overs
  9. 9. General Purpose Apps Process Apps Database Apps Request- handling Apps Mobile Only Apps
  10. 10. Alexandre Joly Alex.joly@nintex.com http://aroundsharepoint.blogspot.fr @AlexSharepoint

Editor's Notes

  • Fact: 80% of the global fortune 500 businesses of 50 years ago, no longer exist.
    Primary reason is failure to adapt to changing demand from customers/clients/consumers/users. As organisations grow, they become less flexible, yet the market/world/people are more demanding than ever for rapid, yet-customised service. Employees are the same. Especially the new mobile workforce who want the same efficiency in the workplace as they have in the social sphere.
    Agility, adaptability, responsiveness and efficiency are essential for 21st century survival.

    Our market is changing. Fast.
  • It’s impossible to overstate how important technology has been to our culture in recent years. In the last two decades alone, we’ve seen technological advancements that have completely redefined the ways we work, play and interact every day and the pace at which it all happens.
     
    This era isn’t just another technological wave. We’re in the midst of a major transformation.
  • For years, BPM and ERP vendors have been trying to sell into the mid-market, trying to increase the agility, but downsize the TCO of their products. It hasn’t worked.
    Customers don’t want to wait for 6 month change cycles anymore.
    And think about the money they have been justifying on applications like SAP, Oracle, Lotus Notes. Hundreds of thousands of dollars per year.
  • For years, BPM and ERP vendors have been trying to sell into the mid-market, trying to increase the agility, but downsize the TCO of their products. It hasn’t worked.
    Customers don’t want to wait for 6 month change cycles anymore.
    And think about the money they have been justifying on applications like SAP, Oracle, Lotus Notes. Hundreds of thousands of dollars per year.
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