The ART OF TRANSFORMATION
ZENNture is a consultancy company based in the UK and The Netherlands implementing global Transformation projects with a diverse team of experienced international experts.
Our focus is on implementing Process Automation projects for our customers globally.
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The marble not yet carved can hold the form of every thought the greatest artist has.
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Our approach and focus
The way we approach Finance Transformation is like an artist carving a statue from a block of white marble.
We think-out the best Transformation Strategies together with our customers which have the biggest impact on the companies bottom-line and preparing them for the ongoing transformation of the Finance Function in the years ahead. The end-result of the Finance Transformation Strategy may differ considerately depending on the existing set-up of the Finance Function within the companies. Irrespective of the starting position for a customer, but in the end the different strategies will create value to the company and make Finance the driving force by becoming the economic conscience of your business.
The focus of your transformation strategy will be on the following four core areas in Finance:
The art is in the getting these four areas properly aligned and working together like an oiled machine which will in the end create the statue you had in mind.
Our diverse pool of consultants have the experience to assist you in defining the strategy and implementing the different projects in the challenging journey ahead of you.
The results of a successful Automation program are impressive:
An European telecom has seen a 800% ROI
Process costs, efficiency and quality have been the focus of many process optimization initiatives for a long time. Companies have invested heavily in standardizing and harmonizing processes and used offshoring to transform the execution of their back office and customer-facing processes.
While a lot of these initiatives payed off, the potential for further improvement is significant. In a recent study, EY found that the costs of existing manual operations can be reduced by up to 40% without changing underlying IT systems, yet improve service and generate return on investment (ROI) in less than a year. To untap this significant potential, companies are looking at leveraging an innovative technologiy called Robotic Process Automation (RPA).