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BITI: A Whirlwind Tour of Workflow in S/4 HANA Cloud & on-premise (Session 1)

Hosted by:Workflow and Business Process Management SIG

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This webinar demonstrates from your users point of view what they expect to see when handling approvals and other collaborative tasks or workflows in S/4 HANA. The demonstrations will start with simple approvals, before showing the underlying processes and the benefits of using flexible workflow tooling in S/4 HANA to automate processes in a consistent manner. By getting a feel for the what the end-user experiences, you are better equipped to understand the effects that simplicity and flexibility will have on your workforce, and how you can make this available in new areas. Finally, suggestions for the way forward will be made, which protect the investment you have made previously in SAP systems.

Speaker:

Alan Rickayzen, SAP

Alan Rickayzen is senior product manager in HANA SAP BPM development and author of the bestselling book “Practical Workflow for SAP”.

He has been with SAP since 1992 and in data processing since 1988. In 1995, he joined the SAP Business Workflow group performing development work as well as consulting for various blue-chip U.S. customers. During this time, he amassed a good technical knowledge of the product before moving to product management, where he was the principal liaison for the SAP Business Workflow user groups. He has written regularly for SAP journals and principal author of the original edition of Practical Workflow for SAP.

In his pursuit of interoperability, he became one of the principal authors of the web standards BPEL4People and WS-HumanTask, and he was instrumental in the integration between SAP Business Workflow and IBM Notes. Alan Rickayzen graduated from Kings College London with a bachelor of science degree in physics and can be contacted on Twitter or BBO as alanrick.