Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Business Process Management

What is Business Process Management?

Companies are typically organized by function, but they drive results based on how well their processes run. Business Process Management (BPM) takes a process-oriented perspective at defining and improving your daily operations. BPM includes the exercise of determining what is working and what isn’t in the “hows” of your company. By improving processes, you can save time, allowing your employees to focus on doing the right stuff, at the right time, the right way. 



Why BPM?

In today’s lean workforce, your people are so busy juggling tasks that they can become disconnected from the big picture. Outdated or clunky processes are a leading cause of sluggish performance and wasted time.  Having an expert look at your business processes brings a fresh, clear perspective. That’s where DPT comes in. DPT’s objective view can reveal – and eliminate – process pitfalls and bottlenecks. No one is better at harmonizing process, people, and technology for results than DPT.

How DPT Does BPM Better

DPT uses our time-tested Design and Readiness approach to evaluate and answer important questions, such as:

How ready is your organization for process change?
What are the highest-value processes to improve?
How can you best align your processes design with business strategy?

We collaborate with you to transform those answers into actions. Once your processes are specifically designed to help achieve your objectives, you’ll see immediate benefits including reduced cost. You also go forward with a clear baseline for continuous improvement.

Like the sound of a well-oiled, smoothly running machine? Contact us to learn more about leaving outdated, ineffective processes behind. A no-charge consultation can be the beginning of big things.