Business process management: BPM
Business Process Management – (Business Process Management or BPM in English) can be defined as a new category of business software that allows companies to model, implement and execute sets of interrelated activities – Processes – of any nature, either within a department or across the organization as a whole, with extensions to include customers, suppliers and other agents as participants in the processes. Orchestrating in an efficient and controlled way communications between people in the organization.
BPM enables people, systems, functions, businesses, customers, suppliers and partners to be connected in an orderly manner.
BPM allows you to design, document, execute, measure and control processes to achieve results aligned with the organization’s strategy.
In conjunction with RPA tools, it allows orderly automation of tasks within corporate processes, increasing productivity and reducing response times.
BUSINESS WITHOUT BMP
Current situation of the company without BPM
- Non-standardized equal work (same work, different procedures)
- Processes not formalized or adequately documented.
- Tasks that are not completed within acceptable time frames.
- Great coordination efforts.
- Great control efforts.
- Difficulty meeting the times set by current regulations.
- Difficulty measuring the performance of the organization. Information not accessible in time and form distributed by different Transactional Systems.
- Lack of performance indicators of the organization that allow detecting points of failure or areas for improvement.
Main functionalities of a BMP
Implementation of a BPM
Analyze current or new processes to find out how to define them (definition of tasks, how to execute those tasks, who performs the tasks, where they are performed, what data is used, what business rules must be met …)
Design business processes following a BPM notation.
Execution of business processes
Automate processes with a workflow engine and integrate applications and data so that there is adequate orchestration.
Monitoring and analysis
Monitor business activities and relate the information of the processes with the business strategy to know if we are heading towards the objectives or not, and thus make reactive decisions.
The benefits, both tangible and intangible, are numerous. The most important ones are described below
Do you want to request a demo?
We will send you all the information you request as soon as possible.
Thank you for your interest in us!
It may interest you ...
Talk with us
Do not hesitate to contact us for any questions. We will be delighted to assist you!