Having grown and developed their multifunctional shared services model, UPS were able to expand to a Global Business Services (GBS) across every continent around the globe. The next step is their GBS 3.0 strategy. Already having positioned themselves as a business partner in 82 GBS hubs through a continuous improvement strategy, they are now focusing on how they can drive a design thinking approach to bring the focus back to customer need. In this session, Suzanne will share lessons learned in the build and expansion of GBS and will talk of how UPS plan to deliver more intelligent and expansive services.
• GBS 1.0 & 2.0 - The build and expansion of GBS on every continent, across 220 countries and territories
• Standing up verticals to support the business model as a strategic ‘value add’ business partner
• GBS 3.0 – driving an end to end model and a design thinking approach: workshopping a catalogue of services
• The demand management process and building a cadence of customer contact & awareness
Regardless of maturity, businesses are turning to data and automation to progress their enterprise services. From starting out in RPA to progressing to advanced cognitive analytics and machine learning, it is critical to know how to harness the true potential of data science to be able to collaborate with business.
This panel will deep-dive into strategies for advancing your digital capabilities and improving your automation journey.
Join Brian Fox, Vice President of Strategic Partnerships at Thomson Reuters and Founder of Confirmation, as he takes a deep dive into the consequences of coronavirus to the financial industry, and how using technology can future-proof your business to keep moving forward.
Brian will explore the following:
● How banks and audit firms have shifted their way of working
● How this economic crisis may lead to an increase in financial crime, including occupational or financial statement fraud and corruption
● The role of technology in detecting and preventing financial crime
● How your industry can be equipped for future risks