Event Date/Time: Mar 29, 2006 End Date/Time: Mar 30, 2006
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No industry is as competitive as telecommunications. Telecoms are in constant flux as the race to remain competitive is more challenging by the day. The need to innovate strategic and operational business processes is indeed at an all-time high. Several major telecommunications leaders have adopted a Business Process Management (BPM) approach to take control of their processes, reduce revenue leakage, improve customer service, and realize significant ROI in a short timeframe. BPM's greatest value lies in enabling companies to become true performance-driven enterprises, continually improving their operational efficiency over time. No doubt the process improvement initiative is taking telecoms to new levels of efficiency and cost-savings. BPM for Telecoms will address real execution strategies necessary to implement and grow BPM efforts within the progressive telecom marketplace.


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Confirmed speakers: Simon Taylor-Smith, Acting Head of Governance, Process Development and Quality, T-Mobile Chris Garner, Six Sigma Black Belt, BT Wholesale Christine Cantarino, Master Black Belt, Motorola Networks Business David Davis, Senior Project Manager and Six Sigma Green Belt, AT&T Stuart Evers, Executive Director International Business, Cesky Telecom Dimitri Carbonelle, Director of Quality, SFR