|B2B Past Present Future by Steve Keifer of GXS
Keynote Presentation which will discuss the highlights of the past decade including the rise of the dot coms, marketplaces, XML and emerging markets. The presentation will continue with a brief look forward at the opportunities for the next decade including SaaS, cloud computing, mobile applications and web 2.0 and draw interesting parallels and conclusions
|Today’s Challenges in Managing ERP & B2B Integration by Mark Morley of GXS
AMR Research and GXS has recently completed a study on the challenges facing companies in ERP & B2B integration. This presentation will highlight the key findings, the issues being encountered by high tech companies and why B2B integration should be a crucial consideration in ERP upgrades and implementations.
|How standards based partner solutions drive the objectives of growth, productivity and partner led experience by Arthur Van Staveren of Cisco
This presentation will share how Cisco is using standards to reach its goals in growth, productivity and partner led experience. It will also address the evolution of standards, and how these relate to the (ever) changing business and IT landscape. It will conclude with lessons learned and future outlook.
|From BRICs to MEATSE by Mark Morley of GXS
Lessons learned from the adoption of B2B by emerging markets such as China and India from 2000-2010. What will the next emerging markets be (Middle East, Africa, Thailand and SE Asia) and how can they avoid the mistakes others have made with B2B.
|Value creation through e-collaboration by Bidur Dhaul, Director, Supplier Collaboration at Philips
The presentation will be explaining how things worked in the past, the current collaboration maturity level with an impact on process/value creation and possible plans for the future
|How Cloud Computing and SaaS will affect B2B in 2010 and beyond by John Radko, Chief Technology Strategist, GXS|
|Emerging B2B Technologies – SaaS at Motorola by Franziska Kraus|
|The value of Operational Excellence today: how to get ready to what comes next the crisis? by Pierfrancesco Manenti of IDC
Global recession is forcing manufacturers to re-assess their business strategies, processes, and practices. It requires managers to balance the short term requirements to survive, with the need to position their business and take advantage of coming upturn.
Operational Excellence is central to this business transformation and it takes many forms today: environmental excellence, maintenance excellence, collaboration excellence, etc.
Three approaches are worthy of attention as a way to improve Operational Excellence:
– Measure overall performance with Operating Equipment Effectiveness (OEE)