Mervin Chiang – Rethinking the way we deliver business solutions to achieve more with less
Over the last few years, there has been a shift in the global economy. There is a real drive towards efficiency and savings in parallel to a steadily growing demand in innovation, modernisation and digitisation. Essentially, organisations want to do newer things, more things, with less money.
Global analysts like Gartner and Forrester are detecting this shift. Many prominent management consulting firms and leading technology companies are adapting themselves to meet this need.
But are we fast enough? How can the Internet of Things (IoT) affect businesses and how they relate to customers when we are still stuck with rigid processes, procedures, policies and legacy systems?
In this session, Mervin will present a new way of looking at Solution Design and Implementation. He will encourage a healthy discussion on how we as practitioners can brace for the impact of this global demand which may already be at our doorsteps.
Mervin Chiang – CTIO at Procensol Australia
Mervin has more than a decade of experience in the Business Process Management (BPM) consulting space. Throughout his career he has held a diverse and dynamic range of positions from strategic BPM consulting, leading technology implementations, senior management to sales and marketing.
Often praised as an innovator and visionary, Mervin is able to approach any problem from a creative technologist’s perspective while thinking strategically.
In Procensol, Mervin is responsible for the firm’s technology and consulting services and product portfolio. He is also responsible for Global Marketing and driving growth within the APAC region.
Procensol has been challenging traditional thinking of Business Analysts, BPM Practitioners and Enterprise Architects in this space for the last 5 years.
Procensol is a firm that nurtures thought leadership and encourages the creative mind. They specialise in implementing Process-Driven Solutions and advising in Business Process Management initiatives across Europe and Asia-Pacific.