Business Process Analysis (BPA)

Why BPM… » Business Process Analysis (BPA)
  • All companies do business based on business processes, regardless of size or industry.
  • Efficient processes enable a company to reach customers with products and services faster than the competition, and to respond promptly to changing market requirements.
  • BPA comprises designing, analyzing, optimizing, and communicating processes.
  • Gartner defines business process analysis (BPA) as the business modeling space in which business professionals (that is, business users, business architects and business process [BP] analysts) and IT analysts collaborate on business architecture, transformation and improvement, including process analysis and design to support BP improvement initiatives.
  • Process standardization and transformation means a common understanding of the business through defined, aligned business processes, enabling faster reactions to changing market conditions, business strategies and new business models.
  • Process improvement is achieved through Business Process Analysis
  • Business Transparency means achieving insights about what´s really going on in the company; basis for any kind of changes, decisions, or IT implementations; it supports fast and reliable decision making with visibility into company processes and performance.
  • Process agility & efficiency: Flexible business processes assure agile reactions to changing market conditions and business model changes.

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