Regain Control of Spiraling Business Processes
A rapidly changing landscape renders the ability to model and communicate business processes in a standardized fashion fundamental to any BPM initiative. The following constitute some common process modeling challenges organizations face.
Siloed Data Sources
Process models are documented in a disparate files, most commonly in MS Visio. This makes collaboration, version management, and communication difficult and manual.
Documenting processes simply as drawings hinders effective analysis, as users cannot easily tell where processes, tasks, or systems are reused across models. It becomes impossible to link the drawings to other aspects of enterprise architecture.
Lack of Standardization
Business process models are often documented in a variety of different formats with little attention to standardization. But if different modelers present similar content in different ways, communication becomes difficult and stakeholders might apply their own perspectives when interpreting process models.
Organizations lack effective and intuitive tools to dynamically visualize the data that process models contain, and therefore struggle to answer business questions with broad applicability.
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Standardized process modeling requires the following inputs to ensure effective business process management:
The four-week plan to deliver effective standardized process modeling will provide a number of benefits in business process management: