Business Process Management

What is BPM?

Business Process Management – is the management discipline that integrates the strategy and goals of an organization with the expectations and needs of customers by focusing on end to end processes.

BPM comprises strategy's, goals, culture, organizational structure, roles, policies, methodologies, and IT tools to (a) analyze, design, implement, control, and continuously improve end-to-end processes and (b) to establish process governance.


Why BPM?

  • Deliver more with less – BPM leads to efficient organization thus minimizing the resources used
  • Bridge gap between Business and IT
  • Holistic view of a standards based process framework to drive process definitions, design, execution and eventually monitoring
  • Agility – the responsiveness of enterprise to emerging opportunities and challenges
  • Efficiency – the cost-reductions due to optimized use of infrastructure including hardware and software solutions and process standardizations
  • Business Process Governance – maintain consistency and standards
  • Adaptability – the resilience to change in delivering business-centric solutions so that risks associated with change impacts are well managed and minimized
  • Speed to Market, Innovation and Compliance

Benefits of BPM

  • Centralize Processes for Business and IT
  • Centralize Project Documentation for Business, IT & Testing
  • Align Business & IT to share information
  • Successful Comprehensive Testing
  • Integrate Tools and Information for SAP and Non-SAP
  • Reduce Risk & Increase Automation
  • Requirement Definition
  • Establish Requirements Traceability
  • Increase Visibility, Sustainability, Scalability
  • Reusable Process for Managing Change
  • Co-workers have confidence and trust in each other
  • There is open communication between employees, managers and IT
  • Managers share vision and information with employees
  • The organization is able to respond to changes in markets quickly
  • Senior management has confidence and trust in you and your managers
  • There are efficient communication channels for transferring information
  • The organization has appointed people responsible for processes
  • Managers support changes in processes


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