Digital Transformation is today’s imperative and enterprises are accelerating efforts to digitize every aspect of their business to realize it. But ever-faster delivery of individual business software applications is not transformative. You need to begin with the end in mind!
In this webinar, Neil Ward-Dutton, co-founder and Research Director of MWD Advisors, describes the challenges of Digital Transformation as well as the goals, thinking, and technologies that define, guide, and facilitate lasting strategic advantage in the digital age.
Carsten Neumann, Ultimus’ Senior Vice President – Enterprise Solutions, explains how Ultimus applied modern product line engineering and automated manufacturing principles to create Composed Process Solutions – a Digital Automation Platform designed specifically to meet the challenge of digital transformation: creating a seamless, flexible, end-to-end digital enterprise.
Eric Ritchie, a Partner and co-founder of PROceed BPM, demonstrates how this new paradigm for software development can be applied to deliver and deploy software with unmatched speed, quality, cost, and business value.
Neil Ward-Dutton is MWD Advisors’ co-founder and Research Director, and is one of Europe’s most experienced and high-profile strategic IT advisors and industry analysts. His areas of expertise include digital transformation, business process management (BPM), enterprise architecture (EA), and IT strategy. Neil acts as an advisor to leading technology vendors and large European organizations across industries and sectors as diverse as financial services, retail, utilities and government.
Senior Vice President,
Ultimus Enterprise Solutions
Carsten Neumann joined Ultimus in 2013 as Senior Vice President – Enterprise Solutions and has responsibility for solutions delivery. Carsten has over 15 years of experience building and leading enterprise-scale managed solutions provider operations and designing and implementing process improvement solutions. Prior to Ultimus, Carsten was Director of Tool and Process Architecture, Process Management, Continuous Improvement and Development for Computacenter. He also held management positions at GE CompuNet, Xerox, and Agip.
Partner – Process Improvement Design
Mr. Ritchie has over 20 years of experience in the information technology industry. In 2012, Mr. Ritchie helped co-found PROceed BPM to assist organizations to optimize their critical business processes. Prior to PROceed BPM, Mr. Ritchie served as Chief Architect and Director of BPM Technology for Streamline Health, a healthcare software development and support organization. Mr. Ritchie has also served in various management and software engineering positions with First Data Government Solutions. Mr. Ritchie received a BS in Mathematics and Computer Information Systems from the University of the Cumberlands.