Global Process Ownership (GPO) is a leading practice in which one owner is assigned oversight for each of the in scope end-to-end processes, covering end-to-end processes such as Order-to-Cash (O2C), Procure-to-Pay (P2P), Record-to-Report (R2R) and Hire-to-Retire (H2R).
By targeting end-to-end process management, and by establishing Global Process Owners to leverage benefits across the enterprise, the GPO strategy has become a key element to optimize a Shared Services organization or Global Business Services operations. This strategy of driving “multiples” from one region across all regions saves not just costs, but also means that you can benefit from greater visibility across the enterprise and from having comparable data to base business decisions on.
While many organizations are already benefiting from Global Process Ownership, we are still seeing plenty suffer expensive mistakes that could be avoided. To help you get there, our article on how to implement a truly “end-to-end” model for Global Process Ownership offers you some guidance on where and how this differs from Operational Management.
Read this report to find out how to drive more benefits across the end-to-end process.
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