Thursday, October 12, 2006

Soccer game? Not really....

Today at Howard Johnson a soccer game was simulated in order to demonstrate that anything can be managed and monitored using business processes environment.

The event "Improve Your Team Play" was inspired of course from the Soccer World Championship and it was used to exemplify the use of Process Performance Manager of ARIS platform. The provider of this business solution is IDS Scheer. It was a very interesting presentation, even for a newbie like me who has no idea about the business flows.

The demo included the famous France-Italy soccer game from this year's championship. The conclusion is that the players performance can be monitorized using the above mentioned solution, resulting in reports, charts. Of course the results of the analysis can be used to improve the team performance and also detect the best, the worst performance per each player. It would be interesting to know if game strategies will be implemented using a database which includes not only all the possible combinations of attacks, defenses, but also the players' qualities, specific performances for each training and competition days, field conditions, referees, country and so on.

Tags: Improve Your Team Play, IDS Scheer,
World soccer championship, Soccer



  • Sounds like a quite interesting presentation! I am sure you had quite a lot of fun! And I guess the idea of picking a soccer game was quite good. No other sport would have drawn as much attention.

    By Blogger Alina, at 7:09 AM  

  • Indeed, the soccer game is very popular among everyone and the simulation idea was appreciated positively by the audience. The company received a good feedback, questions from the public. It was obvious the speakers are professionals with a high level of communication skills. Therefore the presentation was a good oportunity to learn not only about the business solutions but also about presentation best practices.

    By Blogger Cristina Banu, at 3:25 AM  

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