ARIS User Group Nordic
Network with your peers from all over the Nordic region.
Network with your peers from all over the Nordic region
Want to join the ARIS User Group Nordic?
We would like to invite you to join the ARIS User Group Nordic (AUGN) in order to grow your initiatives within the scope of process management and enterprise architecture – covering both the business- and IT-perspective.
The idea of this forum is to provide you with a place to take your questions, get energized, find inspiration and support from peers. The challenges discussed are often not tool-related, but to work for an ARIS-using company is a prerequisite to be a part of this strong Nordic forum. AUGN is a network of members from all over the Nordic region giving you the possibility to strengthen the BPM initiatives of your company by learning from the success and mistakes of others.
The forum is driven by members for members and has a steering committee consisting of six members from six different Nordic companies; Fortum, Ericsson, Statoil, SKF, Maersk Drilling and Yara International. Software AG has a supporting administrative role and is active when requested by the steering committee. No members from consultancies or software vendors are allowed, making sure everybody has the same agenda for the meetings. Membership is free of charge, as well as meetings and activities.
The communication is based on 2-3 meetings per year, taking place at one of the member companies. There is also a quarterly newsletter with the latest news and updates, etc., as well as the official website on LinkedIn where information, sharing, discussions and details about upcoming meetings are posted.
The AUGN was established on November 5, 2008, and today holds more than 200 members from around 60 Nordic companies. We're still growing. Welcome!
Are you a member already? Please go here to get to the official AUGN webpage.
The Steering Committee of the ARIS User Group Nordic
Therese Andersson, Fortum (President)
Carl-Göran Domeij, Ericsson (Vice President)
Frode Lidal, Statoil
Harry Ratia, SKF
Wouter van Doesum, Maersk Drilling
Stuart Trott, Yara International