Technology has done wonders-- it has made us cut down time, save cost, increase productivity with quality, manage systems, collaborate our resources for a unified cause and so on. But can it help us improve our existing processes and contribute to the holistic growth of the organization?
I believe that’s the next level of guidance that we need from technology. Some know about it, some are already using it and for those who are still blissfully oblivious, I will clear the clouds. I am talking about BPI (Business Process Improvement)—a technology that takes a systematic approach to help organizations make significant changes in the way they do business.
It aims at overall transformation and is not confined to making simple adjustments. BPI starts with examining the key processes and how it syncs with the strategy of the company, followed by an analysis of the business methodology. The BPI team of experts then design a new frame work with utmost capability to maximize customer value and operational efficiency.
But where is the need, if that’s what you are thinking, considering your organization’s ‘fool-proof’ system? Well, think back to what happened a couple of years back when the recession struck. It changed the game completely; your tried and tested methods came under scrutiny as it compelled you to design a new process altogether.
The period of turmoil may be over and we may have recovered quite well from it, but keeping in mind the learning that the black period offered would be a smart decision. The key take away from the recession is that we are all subject to change. Today’s dynamic business environment is full of surprises that can change our business any day, any time and we need to change our processes accordingly.
Formatting a new process that synchronizes with the changes in business requires a lot of business intelligence and analysis. Rather than leaving this to your instinct, a robust Business Process Improvement technology can guide your business in the changing times.
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