Power of Modern BPM
Because Business Process Makes it Happen.
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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 objectives. Business Process Management is to manage how a company creates, edits, and analyzes the predictable workflow that makes up the core of its business. Each department in a company is assigned to taking some raw material or data and transforming it into a furnished form or consumable for the other departments or end customers.
With Business Process Management Technology, a company takes a step back and view the entire blueprint of the organizational workflow and analyzes the current state and identifies areas of improvement to create an efficient and effective work chain.
It is Not Task Management!
Business process management is neither task management that concentrates on individual tasks nor the project management that handles one-time or unpredictable flows. Task management means handling a set of activities that arise out of a project. Usually, these projects are one-time and non-repeatable in nature.
Then, What is it about?
Business Process Management is focused more on repetitive and ongoing processes that follow a foreseen model. The entire work frame is lined down right from the implementation of the ideas to getting things done for the achievement of business goals. This frame is known as organizational workflow or work chain. Business Process Management is to manage, correct, optimize, keeping in track, furnish, and ensure the workability of this work chain.
So, BPM matters the most to any organization to become efficient and effective in this competitive and volatile business environment. An unorganized and unstructured or poor business process management can lead to mayhem in the organization.
Unmanaged Processes Hurt Business and Lead to One or More of These Scenarios:
- Time wasted.
- More errors.
- Increased blame.
- Lack of data.
- Demoralized employees.