PRIME BPM is a cloud-based Business Process Management software designed for both the business user and business process expert. With its intuitive and user-friendly interface, you can easily and accurately map, analyze, improve and monitor your business process.
PRIME BPM enables staff to perform their day-to-day activities as per the organisation’s goals. PRIME BPM enables this by providing the who, what, when and how of process information. It does this by making business process information and the supporting procedures centrally available, with access from anywhere and anytime. The one source of process truth to drive towards the organisation’s common goal.
The PRIME BPM software features the ability to create process libraries from scratch. Alternatively, use the in-built best practice process libraries as a blueprint. From within your process library, easily identify which processes need urgent attention by using PRIME BPM’s process prioritisation feature. It highlights the processes that require urgent attention.
You may have a great change idea, ranging from a small system change request, to reorganizing a flow of work, or even creating some templates for all to use. You are sure it is going to yield great benefits for the business and you are ready to make it happen. But how challenging will the change management process be?
Process monitoring is a critical aspect of business process management. The methodology of BPM enables you to map, analyse, improve and monitor your business processes. However, it is dependent on the Analysts’ skills within the analysis phase, how well the Analyst can analyse the business process. This is a risk factor you definitely want to close out. PRIME makes process monitoring much straight forward by automating the analysis and measurement process. With a multidimensional analytical engine that actually analyses processes and measures process performance, PRIME make process monitoring a breeze.
Have you ever wondered how a whole business strings together? Actually, it is the business processes that literally “string” the business together. Hence for this reason is it process improvement that achieves end-to-end business improvement.
In general terms, productivity is a ratio of output to input in the production of goods or services. Hence to improve productivity you need to produce the same output, by lowering the input such as manpower, cost, energy etc.
The International Organization for Standardisation (ISO) has set forth standard rules and regulations for organizations to follow. Hence, ISO Compliance is the adherence to these rules and regulations.
Process transparency has a number of benefits. Firstly, knowing in detail how the organization operates facilitates better decision-making. Make accurate business decisions, based on business data that is readily available. As a result, decisions are fact based, not assumption based. Hence, make decisions such as investment decisions for business improvements with more certainty.
Does your customer experience the same brand and brand experience when interacting with your staff at different geographical locations? Process standardisation ensures that your customer has the same experience with your company regardless through which channel or through which location the customer interacts with your organization.
Knowledge management is the process of creating, sharing and retaining organizational knowledge and information. The management of knowledge is the concern of almost every Manager. Questions arise such as where is information created? Where is it stored? Is it accessible by all who need it?
If you don’t take care of your customers somebody else will – A common saying. A customer does not only buy a product, the customer assumes customer service is also part of the purchase price. In addition, customer retention is key, as it is very costly to continually source new customers.
The days are gone where developing a cost reduction strategy was as simple as cutting down the budget. Furthermore even randomly trimming expenditures across the board is not accepted nowadays. Therefore today we need to identify long-term saving opportunities and achieve sustained cost reduction.
Many organizations underestimate the value of a RACI matrix as a tool to clarify roles and responsibilities. A RACI matrix, sometimes referred to as a RACI chart, lists out the “RACI” against each task of the process and/or the business process. An alternative view of a RACI matrix is that the “RACI” is against a person’s name or job role. Subsequently listing the tasks associated with the person/job role listed beside.
Organisations simply cannot ignore the terms ‘efficiency’ and ‘effectiveness’ whilst practicing Process Excellence. For increasing productivity as well as improving customer service, both of these are essential. “Efficiency is doing the things right; effectiveness is doing the right things”. – Peter Drucker
The business environment is changing so fast! To stay competitive, or even just to survive, organizations are regularly undertaking business transformation. Business transformation is a holistic approach — an activity that affects the whole organization. Such activities may be business process outsourcing, the implementation of enterprise software or mergers and acquisitions.
Operational Excellence refers to the controlling of the organizations’ operations to drive business growth. Hence focusing on gaining Process Efficiency, the creation of customer value and growing the business are three components that achieve operational excellence.