Business Process Management
Because business process makes it happen…
It’s real. In the digital economy, there’s constant pressure to do more…right now.
But, going away from core processes, and your business can unravel…fast.
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Let’s understand about business process in short!
A business process is any sequence of events or tasks that must be performed for a business to drive its business. For example, a customer’s purchase resulting in delivery is a key business process that exists in many organisations. Business Process Management is to manage how a company creates, edits, and analyses the predictable processes that make up the core of its business. Each department in a company is assigned for taking some raw material or data and transforming it into something else. There may be a many core processes that each department deals with.
With Business Process Management Technology, a company takes a step back and view at all of these processes in total and individually. Again, it analyses the current state and identifies areas of improvement to create a more efficient and effective organisation.
It is not Task Management ?
Business process management is neither task management , which focuses on individual tasks or project management (which handles one-time or unpredictable flows). Here, task management is like handling or organising a set of activities that arise out of a project. Usually, these projects are one-time and non-repeatable.
Then, what it is about?
Business Process Management is focused more on repetitive and ongoing processes that follow a predictable pattern, or process management.
So, management of Business Processes matter most,
When left unorganised and unsystematised, poor business processes can lead to mayhem. At the individual level, people only see one part of a process, and very few can scan out and see the full effects of a process, where it starts and ends, the key data needed, and where potential bottlenecks and inefficiencies lie.
Unmanaged processes hurt business and lead to one or more of these scenarios:
- Time wasted
- More errors
- Increased blame
- Lack of data
- Demoralised employees