Business Process Management (BPM)

Focusing on the Fulfillment of the Corporate Mission

Important improvements in the ranges of costs, quality, service and processing times – as tempting as these goals are, their fulfillment is just as hard. Business Process Reengineering (BPR) stands for fundamental reconsideration and radical reorganization of the core business processes of a company or business sectors. Always in the focus: The customer and his needs. In practice, the realization of both aspects challenges many of those in charge.

If one takes a closer look on successful BPR projects, cost savings are often “only” a wanted side effect. The main motivation in fact is to optimally fulfill the corporate mission. This is true for both companies in the economy and for public organizations. To achieve the fulfillment of corporate missions, BPR aims to create a system of linked business processes, which is effectively supported by organizational rules and information technologies.

Clear Factors for Success: Elastic Business Processes and effective Business Performance Management

Each and every day, companies have to face a multitude number of influencing factors, and quite often in a global context. In order to use success potentials optimally, BPR concepts have to take these complexities into special account. For business management this results in totally new requirements, such as sustainable structures and flexibility at the same time for fast decisions and consequent attainment of corporate goals. Here, elastic business processes and effective Business Performance Management are the key factors for success.

Complete Solutions, clear Communication, and complete Documentation: Model-based Business Process Reengineering with Horus

The challenge in Business Process Reengineering lies in the fact that BPR aims on restructuring the entire organization and therefore it deeply affects a company’s core. All employees across all hierarchies are affected. The classic implementation with common organization means reaches its limits quite fast. Here, the business modeling tools Horus Business Modeler and Horus Knowledge Bases can help.

Structured mapping of concrete business processes, business objects and rules support as spanning communication media. Misunderstandings and inconsistencies are avoided and changes are documented clearly. Beyond that, often the use of business process models makes it easier on the user to let old processes go and enable for a discussion on a level of real business requirements.