Business Process Management
Business Process Management focuses on sustaining and improving the performance of current processes by optimising your businesses process map.
Our Business Process Management is focused around the continuous monitoring and improvement of process put in place either by us or yourself.
Optimising and Standardising Current Processes
Process models accurately reflect existing workflow inefficiencies, making it easier to identify opportunities for process optimization. Once workflows have been optimized, businesses can use process modelling to standardize workflows across the entire enterprise. The model acts as a template for how processes should play out, ensuring that every team and employee approaches the same process in the same way. This leads to more predictable workflows and outcomes overall.
Business Process Management (BPM) uses various methods to discover, model, analyze, measure, improve and optimize business processes. A business process coordinates the behaviour of people, systems, information and things to produce business outcomes in support of a business strategy.
Business objectives often included the need to increase process speed or reduce cycle time; increase quality; or reduce costs, such as labour, materials, scrap, or capital costs. In practice, a management decision to invest in business process modelling is often motivated by the need to document requirements for an information technology project.
Examples of Business Process Management include:
Optimisation and standardisation of current processes
Business process analysis
Process implementation and training