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Architecture Week Göteborg 
October 6th- 10th 2014 
Enter the Digital Customer Innovation!
Architecture Week 2014! 
10 
Countries 
5 
Days 
1 000+ 
Attendees 14 
Cities 
Enter the Digital Customer Innovation
Agenda! 
§ Welcome & Introduction ! ! ! ! !Klas Reinholdson 
! ! ! ! !! 
§ Remaining successful in the Industry 4.0 age ...
ƒDigital Innovation is one of YOUR priorities 
ƒDigital Innovation is one of our customers’ priorities 
ƒDigital Innovatio...
Connected Devices 
Presentation Title | Date 
The fourth industrial revolution 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Res...
BEING “LIKED” MATTERS: CONSUMERS 
TRUST THE WISDOM OF THE CROWD 
(AND ONLINE FRIENDS). 
Presentation Title | Date 
Copyrig...
Innovation - how to stay competitive 
Presentation Title | Date 
“If the rate of change on the outside 
exceeds the rate o...
Remaining successful in the Industry 4.0 
age – Joakim Lindbom 
Presentation Title | Date 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All...
Now, 
what’s 
this?
Electrification “Cyber-physicalisation” 
Now, 
what’s 
this? 
Mechanisation Computerisation 
Robotification
Hit 
markets, 
a 
way 
of 
the 
past 
Hits 
Strong individualization of products - highly flexible (high-vol) production 
...
What’s 
the 
poten7al 
Manufacturing 
$11.6 
Trillion 
= 
83 
Biljoner 
SEK
Your 
compe77on 
will 
not 
wait 
for 
you 
Neither 
will 
your 
customers
100 
80 
70 
60 
50 
40 
30 
20 
10 
0 
90 
Lack 
of 
speed 
kills! 
2001 
2002 
2003 
2004 
2005 
2006 
2007 
2008 
2009 ...
Open 
Innova7on
Who’s 
solving 
your 
problems?
New 
constella7ons
Outlook 
– 
what’s 
happening 
now
Con7ki 
Opera7ng 
System 
for 
connected 
devices 
SICS 
– 
Adam 
Dunkels 
Mul7tasking, 
TCP/IP 
stack 
30 
kB 
10 
kB 
wi...
Wearables, 
other 
small 
scale 
computers
Wearables, 
other 
small 
scale 
computers
If 
the 
Second 
Industrial 
Revolu7on 
was 
the 
Informa7on 
Age, 
then 
I 
would 
argue 
that 
a 
Third 
Industrial 
Age...
Nano 
3D 
printer 
3D 
objects 
with 
printed 
wiring 
Mul7 
layer 
PCB 
– 
prototyping 
and 
small 
series
Impossible 
to 
manufacture? 
Image: http://www.3ders.org/
Parametric 
manufacturing 
Good sound used to be tricky 
http://user.faktiskt.se/vee-eight/carlsson/oa2212
Parametric 
manufacturing 
https://labs.blogs.com/ 
Individual casing 
Cavity and surface 
diffraction as per 
individual ...
Impossible 
to 
manufacture? 
http://www.proxyarch.com/mechaneu/
What 
can 
a 
man 
do?
What 
can 
a 
man 
do? 
Agile 
– 
collabora7ve 
– 
open 
source
What 
can 
a 
man 
do? 
3 
months 
to 
build 
a 
new 
car 
– 
new 
version 
every 
week 
No 
toy 
car! 
5 
stars 
on 
cras...
Baxter 
No 
programming 
needed 
– 
you 
teach 
it! 
Based 
on 
open 
source. 
Of 
course. 
Cost 
less 
than 
one 
year’s ...
Innova7on
The 
ability 
to 
innovate 
is 
strictly 
coupled 
with 
the 
ability 
to 
fail 
fast
Innova7on 
department
Innova7on 
– 
the 
problem 
with 
being 
big
5 
year 
(release) 
plan 
? 
How 
many 
7mes 
per 
day 
do 
you 
deploy 
new 
solu7ons? 
Neglix 
deploy 
> 
100 
7mes 
per...
5 
year 
(release) 
plan 
? 
No 
more! 
Dual-­‐speed 
IT 
-­‐ Decouple 
market 
facing 
IT 
from 
backend 
IT 
7mewise 
-­...
Summing 
up 
Massive 
progress 
in 
many 
areas 
Low 
cost 
compu7ng 
power 
Connected 
devices 
Robo7cs 
Ways 
of 
cooper...
Contact 
Joakim 
Lindbom 
Principal 
| 
Enterprise 
Architect 
Joakim.Lindbom@capgemini.com 
08-­‐5368 
3934 
0708-­‐16640...
Image 
sources, 
marked 
as 
OK 
to 
use 
commercially 
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8b/Buck_Mountain_...
Music 
sources, 
marked 
as 
OK 
to 
use 
commercially 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEjdiE0AoCU&list=RDjLR-_c_uCwI&ind...
Music 
sources, 
marked 
as 
OK 
to 
use 
commercially 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEjdiE0AoCU&list=RDjLR-_c_uCwI&ind...
3 Faces of digital innovation - Ron Tolido
TechnoVision 2014 and beyond 
drivers for Digital Transformation 
! 
Ron Tolido! 
CTO, Continental Europe! 
Gothenburg! 
1...
3 Years of Digital Transformation Research …!
… and many years of technology insights …!
.. in a simple framework to position technology 
drivers that underpin Digital Transformation …!
… with 7 Design Principles and 30 Trends …! 
1. Vanilla Tastes Good 
2. Reborn In The Cloud 
3. Elastic Business 
4. Close...
Reborn In The Cloud! 
Once organizations have implemented or built their first cloud applications, they will find they hav...
The 8 Rs of Application Destiny & the Cloud! 
Re-bond 
Reduce duplication, disparate 
applications and drive efficiency 
b...
SMAC It Up: the 3rd platform has new rules! 
Although the drivers of Social, Mobile, Analytics (or ‘Big Data’) and Cloud a...
3rd 
The Third Platform!
Moving between platforms …!
From Train to Scooter! 
The next generation of Business Technology solutions has a short time to market, is created and 
d...
Different rhythms for different purposes …!
… with agile not just being ‘agile’ anymore …!
End User, End Producer! 
Centrally gathering all requirements, compiling them into a list of mobile initiatives and then b...
Exploring the API economy …!
The Next Disruptive Technology ….!
… can come from anywhere …!
Friend Your Vending Machine! 
Operational Technology and Information Technology are fusing, powered by smaller processors ...
.. and there is much more on capgemini.com/ 
technovision!
TechnoVision 2014 and beyond 
drivers for Digital Transformation 
! 
Ron Tolido! 
CTO, Continental Europe! 
Gothenburg! 
1...
MFGPath – an ERP revolution 
2014-10-09
Presentation Title | Date 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 75 
Capgemini’s SAP CERTIFIED Solutions
Presentation Title | Date 
Immediate touch and feel… Increase speed to market… 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Res...
Presentation Title | Date 
Enhanced 
with 
func7onality 
during 
a 
number 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserve...
Presentation Title | Date 
Service to Cash 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 78 
MFGPath Solution – Why and...
Presentation Title | Date 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 79 
MFGPath - much more then a preconfigured so...
Presentation Title | Date 
Capgemini has partnered with SAP to offer MFGPath as 
Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Re...
Client Involvement Capgemini Involvement 
Presentation Title | Date 
MFGPath Pre-study concept – how it´s done & what´s de...
www.capgemini.com 
The information contained in this presentation is proprietary. 
© 2013 Capgemini. All rights reserved. ...
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  1. 1. Architecture Week Göteborg October 6th- 10th 2014 Enter the Digital Customer Innovation!
  2. 2. Architecture Week 2014! 10 Countries 5 Days 1 000+ Attendees 14 Cities Enter the Digital Customer Innovation
  3. 3. Agenda! § Welcome & Introduction ! ! ! ! !Klas Reinholdson ! ! ! ! !! § Remaining successful in the Industry 4.0 age ! ! !Joakim Lindbom ! § 3 Faces of digital innovation ! ! ! ! !Ron Tolido !! § Next generation Manufacturing Path SAP ! ! !Fredrik Hedlund ! ! !! § Roundtable discussion ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!
  4. 4. ƒDigital Innovation is one of YOUR priorities ƒDigital Innovation is one of our customers’ priorities ƒDigital Innovation is one of Capgemini’s priorities
  5. 5. Connected Devices Presentation Title | Date The fourth industrial revolution Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 5 “it is highly likely that the world of production will become more and more networked until everything is interlinked with everything else.” Siegfried Dais Big Data Predictive Analytics Customized (mass) Production Improved Automation Self-organizing systems
  6. 6. BEING “LIKED” MATTERS: CONSUMERS TRUST THE WISDOM OF THE CROWD (AND ONLINE FRIENDS). Presentation Title | Date Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 6 Digital Customer GENERATION CONNECTED Connected consumers are in charge. They are confident about what they want and how they want it, secure in using technology to increase their power as shoppers and owners, and comfortable driving innovation in the industry.
  7. 7. Innovation - how to stay competitive Presentation Title | Date “If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” Jack Welch In 2014; 89% of Fortune 500 firms in 1955 are gone Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 7 Traditional manufacturing companies moving towards interaction with end customers Successful Business Innovation closely connected to creation of new ecosystems
  8. 8. Remaining successful in the Industry 4.0 age – Joakim Lindbom Presentation Title | Date Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 8
  9. 9. Now, what’s this?
  10. 10. Electrification “Cyber-physicalisation” Now, what’s this? Mechanisation Computerisation Robotification
  11. 11. Hit markets, a way of the past Hits Strong individualization of products - highly flexible (high-vol) production The market beyond the hits are much bigger and can now be addressed
  12. 12. What’s the poten7al Manufacturing $11.6 Trillion = 83 Biljoner SEK
  13. 13. Your compe77on will not wait for you Neither will your customers
  14. 14. 100 80 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 90 Lack of speed kills! 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Best & Beau7ful A Inc B Inc C Inc
  15. 15. Open Innova7on
  16. 16. Who’s solving your problems?
  17. 17. New constella7ons
  18. 18. Outlook – what’s happening now
  19. 19. Con7ki Opera7ng System for connected devices SICS – Adam Dunkels Mul7tasking, TCP/IP stack 30 kB 10 kB without GUI
  20. 20. Wearables, other small scale computers
  21. 21. Wearables, other small scale computers
  22. 22. If the Second Industrial Revolu7on was the Informa7on Age, then I would argue that a Third Industrial Age is on its way: the age of the Makers. -­‐ Chris Anderson
  23. 23. Nano 3D printer 3D objects with printed wiring Mul7 layer PCB – prototyping and small series
  24. 24. Impossible to manufacture? Image: http://www.3ders.org/
  25. 25. Parametric manufacturing Good sound used to be tricky http://user.faktiskt.se/vee-eight/carlsson/oa2212
  26. 26. Parametric manufacturing https://labs.blogs.com/ Individual casing Cavity and surface diffraction as per individual tweeter non-linearity
  27. 27. Impossible to manufacture? http://www.proxyarch.com/mechaneu/
  28. 28. What can a man do?
  29. 29. What can a man do? Agile – collabora7ve – open source
  30. 30. What can a man do? 3 months to build a new car – new version every week No toy car! 5 stars on crash tests
  31. 31. Baxter No programming needed – you teach it! Based on open source. Of course. Cost less than one year’s salary for one industry worker
  32. 32. Innova7on
  33. 33. The ability to innovate is strictly coupled with the ability to fail fast
  34. 34. Innova7on department
  35. 35. Innova7on – the problem with being big
  36. 36. 5 year (release) plan ? How many 7mes per day do you deploy new solu7ons? Neglix deploy > 100 7mes per day
  37. 37. 5 year (release) plan ? No more! Dual-­‐speed IT -­‐ Decouple market facing IT from backend IT 7mewise -­‐ Plan for the very different levels of velocity Plagorm thinking -­‐ Enable future solu7ons without knowing which will be requested OpenAPI & Open Data Lake -­‐ Create Integra7ons & BI with a NoRequirements thought -­‐ API Economy – Which API will be successful and survive?
  38. 38. Summing up Massive progress in many areas Low cost compu7ng power Connected devices Robo7cs Ways of coopera7ng Big kills The next industrial revolu7on is star7ng now Plan for the unplannable
  39. 39. Contact Joakim Lindbom Principal | Enterprise Architect Joakim.Lindbom@capgemini.com 08-­‐5368 3934 0708-­‐166404 twi.er: JoakimLindbom h.p://www.slideshare.net/JoakimLindbom h.p://www.linkedin.com/in/joakimlindbom
  40. 40. Image sources, marked as OK to use commercially https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8b/Buck_Mountain_Grand_Teton_NP1.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/de/Eisklettern_kl_engstligenfall.jpg https://c1.staticflickr.com/1/1/1118807_a751d65ba5_z.jpg?zz=1 https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/4f/Eternal_clock.jpg https://c1.staticflickr.com/9/8062/8189938256_2a683d2334_z.jpg https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/85/Git_branches_example.png https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/99/ Highway_at_night_slow_shutter_speed_photography_02.jpg https://c2.staticflickr.com/6/5058/5490790304_dc3d7c2b91_z.jpg http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-1176568/Andrew-Sachs-thanks-Jonathan-Ross-Russell- Brand-boosting-career.html https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8b/CERN_Server.jpg http://www.manufacturing-operations-management.com/manufacturing/2014/10/smart-manufacturing-needs- a-real-time-integrated-enterprise.html http://www.3ders.org/images/Dizingof-math-arts-3d-printing-2.png https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/8a/Long_tail.svg
  41. 41. Music sources, marked as OK to use commercially https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEjdiE0AoCU&list=RDjLR-_c_uCwI&index=2
  42. 42. Music sources, marked as OK to use commercially https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEjdiE0AoCU&list=RDjLR-_c_uCwI&index=2
  43. 43. 3 Faces of digital innovation - Ron Tolido
  44. 44. TechnoVision 2014 and beyond drivers for Digital Transformation ! Ron Tolido! CTO, Continental Europe! Gothenburg! 11 October 2014!
  45. 45. 3 Years of Digital Transformation Research …!
  46. 46. … and many years of technology insights …!
  47. 47. .. in a simple framework to position technology drivers that underpin Digital Transformation …!
  48. 48. … with 7 Design Principles and 30 Trends …! 1. Vanilla Tastes Good 2. Reborn In The Cloud 3. Elastic Business 4. Close To The Edge 5. No Apps Apps Sector as a Service 1. Object Of Desire 2. Zen Of The Task 3. Sweat The Assets 4. Get A Life 5. End User, End Producer You Experience 1. Social Is The New Oil 2. Profile As A Currency 3. Social Workers 4. No Work 5. Friend Your Vending Machine We Collaborate Design For Digital 1. My Data Is Bigger Than Yours 2. Intelligence Inside 3. Real Real Time 4. The Art Of Data 5. Data Apart Together I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 I 0 Thriving on Data 1. Shades Of Process 2. Process Is The New App 3. No Process 4. String of Silos 5. Co-Process Process on the Fly 1. Virtual Lego 2. What Would Amazon Do? 3. Bon Risk Appétit 4. Let’s Get Physical 5. Orchestrate for Simple Invisible Infostructure 1. Born In The Cloud 2. Build Social 3. SMAC It Up 4. Business, Mon Amour 5. No Requirements 6. From Train to Scooter 7. Think Design
  49. 49. Reborn In The Cloud! Once organizations have implemented or built their first cloud applications, they will find they have a powerful cloud platform available that comes with these applications. They can now consider leveraging more of that platform, not only to create additional solutions but also to renew the existing applications landscape. This may be a matter of simply ‘cloud-enabling’ legacy applications by providing them with a new front-end and integrate them with the cloud applications. But applications can be completely ‘reborn’ too, taking full advantage of living in the cloud.
  50. 50. The 8 Rs of Application Destiny & the Cloud! Re-bond Reduce duplication, disparate applications and drive efficiency by consolidating of processes Retire Retiring the application in a controlled manner, preserving essential data in the Cloud Resurrect Improve integration and flexibility through Cloud service enablement Rebuild Build in a new language or re-use the code on a modern Cloud platform Remediate Re-factoring the application to a better structure to improve integration & flexibility Replace Assess current and to-be business requirements and upgrade/migrate to configurable, cloud-based solutions Re-platform Move the application to a modern, easily deployable Cloud platform Run Keeping the application fed and watered for the minimum effort and cost
  51. 51. SMAC It Up: the 3rd platform has new rules! Although the drivers of Social, Mobile, Analytics (or ‘Big Data’) and Cloud all have powerful transformation impact themselves, the real breakthroughs are created by bringing them all together. In this powerful melting pot, the drivers amplify each other, creating something much more compelling than the sum of the parts. So whenever you consider a solution in one of these areas, systematically look in the other areas as a default for synergetic inspiration.
  52. 52. 3rd The Third Platform!
  53. 53. Moving between platforms …!
  54. 54. From Train to Scooter! The next generation of Business Technology solutions has a short time to market, is created and delivered in an agile way and is developed and owned in the nearest proximity of the business. These solutions are much like Scooters and Cars, where the current applications landscape typically is populated with Trains and Buses. Think about when to apply the right rhythm, build the ‘hub’ platforms to support and start to explore new, flexible ways to build solutions, applying agile approaches such as SCRUM and rapid development tools.
  55. 55. Different rhythms for different purposes …!
  56. 56. … with agile not just being ‘agile’ anymore …!
  57. 57. End User, End Producer! Centrally gathering all requirements, compiling them into a list of mobile initiatives and then building the apps - one by one - does no justice to the development potential of the crowd, nor does it provide a short time-to-market. Focus on building a ‘hub’ platform instead: a catalog of enterprise-level services and APIs to catapult new apps, built by yourself and others, both inside and outside the company, by individuals, business units or external partners. Then focus on mobilizing, enabling and supporting your end producers; they will create the greatest mobile apps in return.
  58. 58. Exploring the API economy …!
  59. 59. The Next Disruptive Technology ….!
  60. 60. … can come from anywhere …!
  61. 61. Friend Your Vending Machine! Operational Technology and Information Technology are fusing, powered by smaller processors and better sensor and network technology. The Internet of Things is coming, as we are ‘getting physical.’ This provides the opportunity to create smart connected products, with every product potentially offering a direct, proactive route to the hearts and minds of consumers. Combine it with social networking, and the consumers’ lists of ‘friends’ could look very different a few years from now.
  62. 62. .. and there is much more on capgemini.com/ technovision!
  63. 63. TechnoVision 2014 and beyond drivers for Digital Transformation ! Ron Tolido! CTO, Continental Europe! Gothenburg! 11 October 2014!
  64. 64. MFGPath – an ERP revolution 2014-10-09
  65. 65. Presentation Title | Date Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 75 Capgemini’s SAP CERTIFIED Solutions
  66. 66. Presentation Title | Date Immediate touch and feel… Increase speed to market… Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 76 MFGPath – how it fits in today… Reduce time! All in ONE simplification…
  67. 67. Presentation Title | Date Enhanced with func7onality during a number Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 77 What is the Capgemini SAP Path solution? Customer Configuration of Capgemini installa7ons Capgemini parameterisation Pre-­‐configured based on SAP best prac7ces SAP Business All in One You get the big box of SAP func7onality SAP ERP Functionality
  68. 68. Presentation Title | Date Service to Cash Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 78 MFGPath Solution – Why and What’s In It? § Speed to value § Cost certainty § Overall cost reductions § Platform for Growth Value Platform Solution Platform § Plug and play § Pre-configured § Enriched with accelerators § Integration tested § Data Conversion § Reports Procure-to-Pay Demand-to-Supply Technology Management Finance-to-Manage Order-to-Cash § Applications Management (shared resource model) § Infrastructure Management (hosting) § Security § Workflows § Periodic Billing § T&M Billing § Internal Maintenance § Services with Fixed Billing § Maintenance & Warranty Processing § General Ledger § AR and AP § Asset Accounting § Controlling § Product Costing § Period End closing § Project Systems( Lite) § Sales Contracts § Service Billing variations § Variant Configuration § Sales Order Processing § Inter-company Sales § Re-billable Sales § Dr/Cr Memo Processing Billing and Invoicing § Materials Requirements Planning § Procurement of materials § Procurement of services § Receiving and Inspection § Warehouse Management § Make-to-Stock § Make-to-Order § Engineer-to-Order § Configure-to-Order § Repetitive Manufacturing § Kanban § Engineering Change Management SAP ECC 6.0 EHP 6 (FICO, SD, MM, PP, QM, WM, PS, CS) MFGPath Data Management Maintain to Settle § Planned Maintenance § Corrective Maintenance § Refurbishments § Service Notifications § Equipments, Functional Locations,BOMs
  69. 69. Presentation Title | Date Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 79 MFGPath - much more then a preconfigured solution Process Flows Training Docs Key Design Decisions Test Cases Configuration Specs Metrics and Insight Benchmarks Business Process Procedures Solution Manager MFGPath
  70. 70. Presentation Title | Date Capgemini has partnered with SAP to offer MFGPath as Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 80 Types of MFGPath projects so far… 1. Single implementation at smaller site § Confirmation of Blueprint § Limit testing § Pre produced documentation 2. Roll out accelerator for multiple sites § Reference model for demo during design § Quality accelerator § Kick start of documentation
  71. 71. Client Involvement Capgemini Involvement Presentation Title | Date MFGPath Pre-study concept – how it´s done & what´s delivered Map Analyze Report Copyright © Capgemini 2014. All Rights Reserved 81 Pay Business Process Hierarchies – Procure to Pay 2.1 Receive Request Level 1 – Procure to Pay 2.2 Locate Source /Create Contracts 2.3 Order Materials / Services 2.4 Receive & Manage Materials Services 2.5 Manage Accounts Payable Procure Procure to Pay Each E2E Process contains 5 Major Processes Several SAP-enabled Business Processes will be defined for each Major Process and are numbered sequentially. Business Processes are the content for detailed Blueprint Workshops. 5 Major Processes - Level 2 Business Process Level 3 2.2.1 RFQ/ Quotation 2.2.2 Contracts 3.2.3 Free of Charge 2.2.3 Vendor Evaluation 2.3.1 PO Processing & Approvals 2.3.2 Internal Procurement 2.3.3 Subcontract PO 2.4.1 Goods Receipt Processing 2.4.2 Vendor Return Processing 2.5.1 Invoicing 2.5.2 Credit Memo 2.0.1 Org Structure 2.0.2 Master Data 2.2.4 Scheduling Agreements 2.1.1 Requisition Processing 2.1.2 Requisition Approval 2.5.3 Subsequent Adjustment 2.5.4 Down Payment Process 2.5.5 Pay Vendor 2.4.3 Physical Inventory 2.4.4 Service Receipt Processing 2.4.5 Materials Movements 2.0.3 Rebate Processing 2.0.4 Pricing 2.0.5 Batch Management 2.0.6 Serialization 2.2.5 Catalog Content Management Present Week 1 Week 2 § Within two weeks from introduction workshop a report is delivered including: • Heat mapping to visualize solution fit (process scope) and pain reliefs. • Technical object specification and visualization (master data, integration and system landscape). • Sharp fixed price for project implementation and support.
  72. 72. www.capgemini.com The information contained in this presentation is proprietary. © 2013 Capgemini. All rights reserved. About Capgemini With more than 125,000 people in 44 countries, Capgemini is one of the world's foremost providers of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. The Group reported 2012 global revenues of EUR 10.3 billion. Together with its clients, Capgemini creates and delivers business and technology solutions that fit their needs and drive the results they want. A deeply multicultural organization, Capgemini has developed its own way of working, the Collaborative Business ExperienceTM, and draws on Rightshore®, its worldwide delivery model. Learn more about us at www.capgemini.com. Rightshore® is a trademark belonging to Capgemini

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