Business Process Modelling / Design
Business Process Modelling/Design gives your business a simple way to understand and optimise workflows by creating data-driven visual representations of key business processes.
A Business Process Model is a graphical representation of a business process or workflow and its related sub-processes. Process modelling generates comprehensive, quantitative activity diagrams and flowcharts containing critical insights into the functioning of a given process, including the following:
Events and activities that occur within a workflow
Who owns or initiates those events and activities
Decision points and the different paths workflows can take based on their outcomes
Devices involved in the process
Timelines of the overall process and each step in the process
Success and failure rates of the process
Business Process Modelling is a powerful tool that can help organisations identify inefficiencies, streamline operations, and increase productivity.
There are many different types of Business Process Modelling, each with its own unique benefits and use cases. Some common examples include flowcharting, hierarchical diagrams, and process mapping. Flowcharting is a simple but effective way to visualise a process, while hierarchical diagrams can help to identify areas of responsibility and accountability.
Process mapping, on the other hand is a more detailed approach that can help to uncover hidden inefficiencies and bottlenecks in a process. Regardless of the specific approach used, Business Process Modelling can be a valuable tool for any business looking to improve its operations and increase efficiency.