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Title:
Eating your own dog food - 10 Lessons learnt implementing IBM BPM(Lombardi)
Stream:
BPM (2)
Speakers:
Robert Ablett
Abstract:
This session covers the experience and lessons learnt implementing IBM BPM, specifically what used to be called the Lombardi capability. Ascendant Europe had a requirement to completely overhaul their recruitment process. The business had expanded via a recent merger which offered an opportunity to standardise on HR processes. A decision was taken to dramatically improve the recruitment process as a first phase of a larger transformation project. The Ascendant team decided to use IBM Lombardi as the technology to underpin the process improvement initiative. We will share our experience on implementing BPM within our own organisation, together with the key lessons learnt.
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Bio:

Robert Ablett:

Robbie started his career at Lloyds TSB in 1998 as an IT Desktop Support and Report Analyst. In 2000 he moved onto PricewaterhouseCoopers as a helpline analyst and made quick progress to becoming team leader. In 2005 Robbie moved into a Technical Analyst role which evolved after a couple of years into Project Manager. Finally in January 2011 Robbie joined Ascendant Technology (Formally Open Logic) also as a project manager.

Over the years Robbie has delivered a wide variety of projects at PwC and Ascendant Technology including operating systems, infrastructure, internal developed applications and third party applications. Since joining Ascendant Technology Robbie has been interested in BPM Technology particularly around agile and the iterative way this technological solution is delivered. This lead him to gather the requirements of a selected process (recruitment), lead an internal project and deliver this solution into production.

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