Apert Workflow allows you to concentrate on creating and developing brilliant business processes by providing comprehensive solutions, which can be freely designed, deployed, launched and then reused. So, take a look at the benefits of implementing Apert Workflow BPM in your company.
By increasing the value and profitability of the operations through a refocus attention on the most important processes. These include: the conditions of customer service, order fulfillment, quality service and the time-to-market for new released products (weeks rather than months).
Open Source provides openness to every possible solution. It eliminates the problem of “vendor lock-in” because anyone can become one, and be unbound in relation to technology, tools and solutions. Flexibility of choice allows for better resource utilization and reduce costs associated with the choice of appropriate technology.
Reduced process or transaction cycle time
Duration of product development can be greatly reduced by using the concept of processes re-use and elimination of administrative bottlenecks. Just-in-time availability of materials, resources, technology and production facilities results in an overall reduction of costs. Reducing operating costs by 20% -30% can be achieved independently by reduced inventory costs through process transformation.
Easy processes development
Developed automatic step or user interface element can be reused in any other process. This approach optimizes the time required to develop a process and its complexity, which ensures faster and more cost-effective response to changes in the business environment of the system.
Uses of existing platforms and databases more efficient
BPM is not just another complex system integration. Because of its end-to-end architecture and connectivity to legacy environments and their inherent data structures it allows to maximize the performance of existing system components and re-use available data in an orchestrated manner.
Measurement of operational efficient relative to best practices
BPM allows the aggregation of process data (sales targets, cost of materials, capacity, etc.) as measured by historical data or industry criteria. Performance of processes can be be improved through the use of ABC – Activity-Based Costing, or balanced scorecards.
Increased process accuracy, zero defects, zero latency
Much can be learned from the Six Sigma (lean manufacturing) initiatives in manufacturing. General Electric has managed to save more than eight billion dollars over five years. Fundamentals of Six Sigma principles are applied in both service providers as well as governmental organisations. Six Sigma is the early recognition of the strength of processes.
Reduced resource deployment and re-deployment costs
Clearly set out the processes mean reduced time of entry, so that starters can make a fast, positive impact on business. BPM helps determine where and how to re-deploy staff, quickly and effectively to other parts of the organization. Planning thus becomes easier and more predictable. This makes multi-tasking and multi-processing are the facts.
Improved business continuity
In order to avoid process discontinuity or bottlenecks, managers can ‘repair’ end-to-end processes before the failure interferes with everyday activities. It must be remembered that the lack of process continuity means exposure and likelihood of deterioration of service or inability to respond rapidly to changing market conditions.
Reduced costs of training and development,
abundance of training manuals. The procedures and policies may be thus directly connected with the process definition available on the operator’s desktop. This improves the logic training, references and central maintenance of real-time repository
Increased control over processes (BPO)
clear findings in relation to service level agreements (SLA) for providers of outsourcing services. These services can be monitored with bonuses and penalties in order to obtain a satisfactory satisfactory process outcomes. This may even lead to the renewed in-sourcing where the stake is a strategic process performance.
Increased availability of management time
reduced reduce time spent managing issues and correcting mistakes. Effective process management, establish a better foundation for decision-making, with the understanding of an end-to-end processes and early identification of issues and risks. With reduced time spent “fire fighting” is increased productivity, efficiency, which in turn helps to raise morale.