Our track record
A few highlights of Inflective's Professional Service client programs:
Who: Sun Microsystems is a $13B provider of innovative products and services for network computing.
Program: A three-year business transformation initiative to make it easier for customers to do business with Sun and to reduce cost, including implementation of Oracle ERP and significant associated business process change. Impacted 45,000 employees and the majority of EVPs and VPs. Impacted processes include Demand Creation through Order Fulfillment, Customer Support, Accounting, and Business Intelligence.
Among Inflective's accomplishments: Provide overall program leadership for initial design phases and release. Structure and facilitate business stakeholder alignment and responsibilities for deployment go-lives including 40,000 users, using Assert-based principles.
Who: Juniper Networks is a $2.8B provider of products and services for creating high performance network infrastructures.
Program: A two-year business transformation initiative to support expected growth including implementation of Oracle ERP. Impacted processes included Market to Sell, Issue to Resolution to Prevention, Procure to Pay, Order to Cash, Record to Report, Plan to Manage, Idea to Offering, Forecast to Delivery, Data and Intelligence.
Among Inflective's accomplishments: Structure stakeholder alignment, accountabilities across the program and the business, help drive closure for key program blocking issues, knowledgeshare program management methods & tools.
Who: Kaiser Permanente is a $30B provider of health and hospital services primarily in California. The Buy to Pay initiative processes approximately $8.5B in transactions annually.
Program: Development of vision and plan to restructure, standardize & consolidate processing centers, improve operating performance, and enhance controllership.
Among Inflective's accomplishments: Negotiated interest-based problem solving with Unions. Oversaw development of supplier self-service portal to streamline processing and provide more transparent interaction with suppliers. Drove key Six Sigma and Sarbanes-Oxley remediation initiatives.