Business Process Management

Concertia is helping organizations implement better processes, which produce lower cost, higher revenues, motivated employees, and happier customers.  Business Process Management (BPM) is an approach designed to produce better processes through the combination of technology and expertise.  It’s a collaborative effort between business units and the IT world, and this effort fosters a new paradigm of efficient and logical business processes.

In today’s dynamic business environment, organizations need to be agile so they’re ready to respond to whatever challenges come their way. BPM provides that agility by giving you more direct control over your operational processes. You can make better use of technology and your entire enterprise becomes far more responsive, helping you meet your goals.

BPM helps create value for the enterprise through growth, improved performance, better productivity, higher staff effectiveness, and better customer service. All of these improvements result directly from improved processes.

BPM helps your organization become more agile in a number of ways

Increased productivity

In today’s economy you need to do more with fewer resources. Applying BPM principles helps your enterprise increase its productivity.

Reaching the global market

BPM can help you streamline and scale your supply chain operations, so you can take advantage of opportunities no matter where they may exist.

Accelerating innovation

You need a business environment where innovation isn’t only encouraged but also where innovation is a normal part of daily operations. Here, too, BPM can help make that possible.

Speed to market

When a new idea or product comes along, effective BPM helps you be one of the leaders, not one of the followers who were too late to take advantage of the new market.

Achieving compliance

Keeping up with complex compliance, regulatory, and corporate governance requirements can be very costly and time-consuming. Using BPM, you can keep these costs under control.
BPM Life Cycle

Stages in the BPM life cycle

Knowing what constitutes a robust BPM practice can help you make more informed decisions in the pursuit of process efficiency.

A good starting point is to understand how the typical BPM life cycle works.

A simplified version of the BPM life cycle features the following steps: design, modeling, execution, monitoring, and optimization.

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