Ever wanted to know what a BPM tool is and how it can be useful to your company? Don’t wait any longer and let’s skip to the following paragraph.
Business Process Management (BPM) is all about optimizing business processes. It is a comprehensive management approach, which strives for effectiveness and efficiency of the organization in combination with innovation and flexibility, mostly used in an online environment or a software. BPM analyzes the processes in the organization instead of the functions. Since the industrial revolution, companies have emphasized the functional organization of departments, departments and offices. Each part had its own task and when it was completed, the service or product was transferred to the next department.
In the early 1990s, a growing group of companies began to emphasize the process: which route does a customer order take through the company? Can that route be more effective and efficient? With the central goal of a more satisfied customer, through higher quality, faster delivery and/or better prices. It is not about managing different department objectives, but about adjusting them. Central to the management of the business process: Business Process Management.
BPM software maps business processes, makes them transparent and guarantees knowledge of these processes. The goal: by making processes measurable, transparent and improvable, a company can improve its own performance and is better able to innovate. An example for a good working BPM software, is the Blue Dolphin tool from ValueBlue; a handy tool to get insight into your company environment and a good place to directly command orders to your co workers or give them information about work that still needs to be done. All in an online environment, which is more effective than saving lots of paperwork on a desk.
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