May 15 2002
How can an enterprise portal add to a company’s profit? Responses and tracks will be given to this question during the discussion organised on Wednesday 29th May by Emakina.
“The company portal: a priceless value?”, this question will be the order of the day on 29th May at a business meeting organised by the e-business agency Emakina. The seminar will tackle the business aspects based on concrete cases and will present a method facilitating the calculation of the return on investment.
A seminar, four accounts
The seminar will include four presentations from experts:
- “How does the extended company concept improve the efficiency of relations between partners?”
(P. Van Lishout, Director Markets Benelux at SAP Belgium)
- Case study: “Implementation of a company portal at the Office National de la Sécurité Sociale pour les Administrations Provinciales et Locales.” (Luc Nefontaine, Director for Audit and Training at l’ONSSAPL)
- Case study: “How to improve the communication between departments and companies (NL/BE) at Kraft Foods Benelux and what is the added value of services offered on the portal?” (Yves De Cocq, Manager Information System at Kraft Foods Benelux)
- “Integration of a portal project within the general company strategy and calculation of the return on investment”
(Denis Steisel, Executive Manager at Emakina)
One of Emakina’s three Lines Of Business is devoted to integration of transactional websites with back office SAP modules. It is managed by Denis Steisel.
The company portal: a priceless value?
Wednesday 29th May 2002
From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Montgomery Hotel Brussels, 134 avenue de Tervueren, 1150 Brussels