Efficiency to Compete
Information is value
Information flow and your processes define a set path.
Improve on your design, the flow of information and your processes lead to competitive advantages.
Business Process Re-engineering
Efficient - Effective
One principle in business remains constant; the need to continuously improve processes and procedures. Change must become a fundamental business principle. Organizations that fail to change and adapt are destine to perish, given the rapid change in todays global business environment.
It has been said many times before, times change, people change and needs change; change being the only constant. Business Process Re-Organization (BPR) is an effective tool used to improve process performance by removing, combining, or replacing, steps that are no longer efficient or effective.
Genius or Insanity
Successful implementation of BPR is grounded in a logical progression of intelligent data collection and evaluation of sufficient evidence and decision making based on hypotheses that must be tested to validate observations and expected results.
BPR is strategic in nature, our aim is to change the way a business operates. All service organizations, manufacturers need a mechanism to support their evolution. Continuous improvement is necessary to survive the challenges of increased competition both on a local and global scale ranging from cost pressures to new entrants.
Any change and new solutions give rise to new risks and even magnify existing inefficiencies, leaving little tolerance for bad ideas or inadequate implementation.
Effort required to successfully perform BPR
Our BPR as a Benchmarking Tool
Process Mapping and Plan
We identify critical processes and create key performance indices (KPI) to grade processes.
Collect regular data samples to build baseline for comparison.
Inputs from customers, clients, and workforce, as well as data from comparable industries
We gather internal and external data from partners and universally accepted, published standards and compare observed process performance against collected data
We are looking for root cause/effect relationships and other dependencies in a process,
Set up hypothesis based on the findings to determine the impact of the analysis on the business in a positive or negative manner. A pilot is designed and the hypothesis is tested.
Implement a prototype new process, study the impact, look for anomalies and unexpected results.