Are Your Business Processes Working or Winning?

Business processes can have a profound effect on your success.That’s how the winning companies get ahead. That’s why Xerox is hosting simple@work.

By John Ahlman, director of Global Events Marketing for Xerox

The way companies conduct business is what pushes them ahead. (Image source: Getty Images.)

It’s no secret that today’s marketplace is hyper-competitive. A great product or outstanding service simply may not be enough to differentiate your brand. In fact, when you look across the winning companies today, it’s the way they conduct business that’s pushing them ahead. Think faster delivery, more options, better service and more knowledge – that’s how the winning companies are getting ahead and staying ahead.

And that’s all about business process.

Here’s the tough part. Enabling your business process to do all that is anything but simple, and it’s getting more complex every day. The companies that are able to take all that data, technology and systems, and convert them into simplified, smart processes, are the companies that win. It’s all about simplifying the way you work for yourself and for your customers.

Making work easier. That’s something that Xerox people are passionate about doing.

That’s why we created simple@work,™ the first-of-its-kind business process event scheduled for Tuesday, March 18, and Wednesday, March 19.

simple@work takes place at Cipriani Wall Street in the heart of New York’s Financial District. The site of one of the first mercantile exchanges in the U.S., Cipriani’s is an example of a process change that forever altered business. Attendees from more than 20 different industries will get access to world-renowned speakers and experts who will help you find ways to turn your business processes into real advantages.

This is no ordinary conference: We expect more than 800 regional and national business leaders to attend.

simple@work will feature trailblazers in business, education, finance and government, plus an enviable lineup of analysts and experts.

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  1. Omar Diaz February 27, 2014 - Reply

    Is posible have that page in spanish?

    • kenericson February 28, 2014 - Reply

      Hello Omar, our apologies, but this blog is currently in English language only.

      Ken Ericson

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