SAP is a platinum sponsor for this year’s Gartner BPM Summit in London and we invite you to come by and see us at the event.


The theme of the event is “Prepare for the Digital Business Disruption: Embrace, Adapt, ReInvent”. According to Gartner, organizations that adapt their operations and reinvent their business processes can harness this disruption to become leaders in the digital industrial economy.

In this spirit SAP will demonstrate its new generation of Business Process Management software to support organizations on their journey in adapting their processes and making their business operations more intelligently.


As part of this SAP introduces a new offering called Intelligent Business Operations powered by SAP HANA. This offering allows organizations to streamline their operations and embed Big Data insights into their processes in real time. Line-of-business users will be empowered to gain full visibility into end-to-end operations to improve decision-making and to take corrective actions when or even before issues occur.


Intelligent Business Operations powered by SAP HANA combines:

  • SAP Operational Process Intelligence sapopint for analyzing large volumes of process data that can come from any data source, offering real-time visibility into end-to-end operations to line-of-business users.
  • SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration for implementation and dynamic, rules-based execution of business processes that can span across multiple applications in heterogeneous system landscapes.
  • SAP Event Stream Processor for gathering events from legacy IT systems, along with social feeds, unstructured events and any kind of data source, and correlating them to aggregate and filter complex events that are meaningful to the business processes.
  • SAP PowerDesigner for enterprise-wide process modeling and documentation


See our sponsored session:

  • “Improving processes and data quality for new product introductions at Mondelēz International”
    Mondelēz International is a snacking powerhouse with global megabrands such as Cadbury, Milka, TUC, Oreo, Toblerone, Belvita, Carte Noir, Philadelphia and Dairylea, with thousands of new product developments and promotions to support and grow their brands. Attend this session to learn how Mondelēz International achieves significant savings due to increased masterdata quality and bringing new products to market faster.
  • Presenter: Ajay Patel, Master Data Manager for Mondelēz UK & Ireland and Owen Pettiford, co-CEO, Comprise IT
  • Date/Time: Wednesday March 19, 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
  • Location: Westminster C, Park Plaza Westminster Bridge

Also be sure to visit our booth during the Solution Showcase open hours. We look forward seeing you.

They will all talk about their successful BPM and integration projects at the SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration customer infoday in Walldorf/Germany on July 3rd.


The presentations will be held in German. So in case you understand German I encourage you to join the event to hear great customer stories and also the latest and greatest about SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration.


For further details please check out

We recently had the chance to interview master data management expert Manfred Nielsen about a global master data consolidation and governance project that he drove for a leading manufacturer of medical devices. The goal of the project was to improve master data quality and shorten process lead times for data management processes, e.g. for the creation of new material master data.

As part of this project previously paper-based processes were replaced by a completely automated workflow. The solution was realized using SAP NetWeaver MDM in combination with SAP NetWeaver BPM, Process Integration and BRM (now being offered as one integrated solution called SAP NetWeaver Process Orchestration). For example, more than 170.000 validation rules were captured in SAP NetWeaver Business Rules Management (BRM) that are now being provided to end users when they capture new material master data.

View this 10-minute video to hear his responses to the following questions:

  • How was master data governance managed before this implementation, and how did it change?
  • Who within the organization initiated this project and why?
  • How and why did you use business rules as part of this project?
  • How was the new automated process perceived by the end users?
  • What business value was achieved from this new data governance process?



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