The value of a company is made up of tangible assets and intangible assets, including intellectual capital, comprising:

  1. Human capital, i.e. the collective knowledge and skills possessed by personnel (know-how);
  2. Relational capital, i.e. relationships with external parties, suppliers, customers, research centers, etc. and the reputation that derives from them;
  3. Organizational capital, i.e. the set of flows and processes, optimized over time on the basis of the company’s specific experience (knowing how to do things together).

Using BPM (Business Process Modeler) not only enables you to certify your business processes, but also boosts the “intangible” value of your business.
Continuously improving the efficiency of your processes and standardizing them with every improvement, gives you a significant competitive advantage.

The ideal organizational tool

BPM enables you to design organizational flows, models, rules and operating procedures quickly, which is essential not only for people who want to consolidate and certify their business processes, but also for people who are always on the look-out for maximum productivity and optimal organization.

BPM (Business Process Modeler) is a framework of tools for the rapid design and development of organizational flows, models, layouts and application programs.
For every user, role and context, company managers can put together the best procedure flow to enhance individual productivity, effective management and process safety.
Better processes lead to lower costs, higher revenues and higher levels of guidance and satisfaction for customers and employees.

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With BPM, you can improve and manage all your company’s processes quickly, flexibly and collaboratively. BPM is equipped with a Work Flow engine that:

  1. Maps, documents, designs, controls and performs processes
  2. Manages the drafting, checking, approval and distribution of documents
  3. Implements a system of collaboration for all internal and external users
  4. Produces real-time solutions that can be used even without computer skills
  5. Rapidly creates “As is” / “To be” situations and enables you to test them in the field to check that the new scenario is correct and effective
  6. Reduces the time and cost of implementing procedures

 

What is BPM for?

BPM does not change existing logics but improves them and makes them more solid.

It does not dictate how an organization does things, it just makes the organization more efficient.

It enables IT to respond rapidly to changes.

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Benefits

  • Easy and intuitive to use without the help of IT experts
  • Mapping and documentation of business processes that match the real-world situation
  • Processes performed in a controlled manner in terms of aims, times and traceability
  • Specific documents in the company managed at the right time and in the right place
  • Dependable, controlled distribution of information
  • Prompt response to company evolution over time
  • Capable of creating procedures that can be used immediately
  • Manages dialog between different procedures in different environments
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Goals

  • Sharing knowledge
  • Cutting process performance times
  • Managing the configurability of procedures
  • Reducing operating errors
  • Avoiding delays
  • Having an organizational tool at your disposal
  • Managing collaboration between internal and external bodies
  • Managing document flow and storage
  • Complying with voluntary and mandatory requirements
  • Supporting IT for continuously evolving solutions
  • Supporting project management tasks
  • Managing project costs and reducing the costs of managing business processes
  • Reducing the cost of developing and maintaining procedures
  • Protecting company know-how and turning it to account

Easy to use

BPM represents the process graphically, documents it and manages users, means of communication and rules for the progression of work.
Manages the necessary collaboration, deadlines, alerts, alarms and checks for the correct performance of work and progression of the process:

Immediately operational

BPM allows you to:
  • Map, document and perform processes
  • Create and manage documents
  • Control and record the performance of planned tasks
  • Manage estimated and actual costs
  • Communicate with the IT procedures already in place at the company
  • Interface with email, scanners, files and documents
  • Ensure that all tasks carried out remain traceable
  • Manage search and storage
  • Integrate easily and intuitively with the company system
  • Evolve in line with the needs of the business
  • Avoid changing existing logics
  • Have low-cost maintenance and evolution
  • Avoid dictating how things are organized

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Main functions

1. Process Designer

Oversees the surveying and mapping of processes, drawing upon the most widely used file formats (Excel, Word, PDF, DWG, SAMERP2 tables, etc.), and configures processes for optimum operation: users, profiles, permissions, conditions for switching from one task to another, signatures, times, consultations, etc.

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2. To do list

This is the browsing tool for users, working groups and/or managers. It shows what needs to be done, together with the required actions and deadlines.

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3. Planning

Manages task planning (Gantt), with forecasts of completions, deadlines and progress monitoring.

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4. Monitoring, statistics and KPIs

Shows the status of tasks. Keeps a history of what has been done: what, when and by whom. Enables you to make statistical analyses and provides the necessary data, such as measurements of time and efficiency, to obtain custom KPIs.

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5. Document management

Acquires and manages specific documents used by the organization, in addition to documents of external origin that are relevant to the processes. Creates and manages the document repository, thus halving search and processing times and implementation costs.

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