Business Process Management applies to any Business, no matter how big or small and irrespective of the industry or sector it operates…
More and more businesses across different industries have come to realize that effectively managing their processes is a key driver of real transformation, which is in turn driven by ROI!
So, what type of ROI are top execs expecting out of a BPM initiative?
Business Process Management, as a logic, methodology and practice, is very agile, meaning that the direct or indirect benefits derived from its implementation can apply to any business (no matter its size) and any industry sector (irrespective of whether it is technology-heavy or strictly services-oriented). A recent study by the Forrester Research team serves as a testimony of BPM’s wide applicability.
The following were reported as major drivers (in order of preference) for BPM software adoption by different companies:
- Process optimization (increased operational efficiencies)
- Increased employee productivity
- Consistent process execution across divisional or geographical boundaries
- Real-time visibility into key processes
- Ability to document and accurately model processes (business or IT)
- Ability to change processes quickly and easily
- Support for compliance efforts (rapid deployment of process changes for compliance purposes)
Source: Forrsights Software Survey, Q4 2010
Go to the BPM Benefits page.
So, whether you are working in Banking, Retail, Shipping or the Pharmaceutical industry, at SPIRIT we have the software, the methodologies, the content and the expertise in place to help you achieve the above goals, via Business Process Management.
This is not to say that managing your business processes and adopting a “BPM mentality” is a panacea for all the troubles a business might be facing. It is however the starting point for real business transformation; it is the journey to operational excellence.
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