BPM – The strategy execution engine of a midsize consumer goods company
April 21, 2016
Quick Center - Room 108
Widener University - Main Campus
600 E. 14th Street
Chester, PA 19013
Business Process Management unfolds its greatest value if deployed as a management discipline, linking an organization’s business strategy to operational execution. This does not mean that all BPM capabilities have to be implemented at once but a clear process agenda should be in place.
During this presentation, Ronan will discuss how Alouette Cheese USA is using business process management on their journey of profitable growth, and how BPM deliverables are leveraged.
The point to be made is that BPM is a topic involving all levels of an organization, from the C-Suite to operational departments.
Ronan Loaec, CIO
Alouette Cheese, USA
Ronan Loaec is the CIO of Zausner Foods Corp, US subsidiary of Groupe Savencia represented by two operating companies, Alouette Cheese USA and Advanced Food Products. Savencia is among the world’s leading milk processors and number one worldwide for cheese specialties. The company is an independent family group with revenues of approximately $5 billion.
He has responsibilities for Information Systems, infrastructure services, operations support and information security. In addition, he is the Executive sponsor for the Business Process Management program started in early 2015. He joined Savencia in 2011 after 15 years spent in the SAP Consulting industry where he played a lead role in assisting organizations thru major software implementations and business transformations.
He is a graduate of West Chester University with a MBA in Information Systems and a MS in Computer Science.