Take your business processes to the next level of maturity
Business process optimization is an important tool that provides efficient operation of the company, especially amid dramatic changes in the market, in a state of uncertainty.
Signs that the company needs business process optimization
The business process efficiency is not competitive: in terms of quality, timing, cost, use of assets, revenue per person
The company is not flexible, it has difficulties with or cannot adapt to changing market conditions
The company losses money for a number of reasons.
The company got the opportunities that it cannot fulfill in the current model of business processes
What happens if you do nothing
Losses will increaseAccording to the LEAN methodology, there are eight main types of losses: overproduction, transportation, defects, inventory maintenance, downtime, improper organization of staff work, excessive processing and, one of the main ones, unused staff potential. Each of these losses, not addressed radically, may become critical.
Hazards apart from “black swans”Amid uncertainty, the company needs to be adaptive to stay afloat. This applies to both processes and staff.
Lost opportunitiesNot all changes are negative only; new opportunities open up every day. Your company will become much more competitive if it can quickly and efficiently take advantage of them through properly configured business processes.
You will start to lose customer loyaltyMarket economy lays down its rules: you cannot remain in demand without a competitive advantage.
How the business process optimization works
In-depth analysis and modeling of business processes
Analysis of the business model: how value is created and how it is monetized
Analysis of the key redistributions in the value chain (duration and cost, marginality)
Assessment of the level interaction in the system, identification of bottlenecks
Modeling of business processes “as is”
Generation of recommendations on eliminating bottlenecks and fulfilling opportunities, establishing clear interaction in business processes, using the best world standards and the experience of market leaders
Modeling business processes “as it should be” with the laying down of requirements for digitalization
Implementation of the generated target business process model
Preparation of a clear plan for the implementation of the target model subject to resource constraints
Management or joint implementation of critical changes in business processes
Transfer of optimization methodology to your management
Monitoring the business process implementation, informatization, evaluation of intermediate and final results, quick adjustments in action
Result of business process optimization
Increased efficiency of business processes: quality, speed, cost, resource intensity
System becomes more flexible so that it adapts to market opportunities faster and not loses them
Higher speed of business processes, costs reduced by eliminating unnecessary operations or outsourcing some of the processes
Improved product quality, as causes of the defects are identified and eliminated
Increased quality of process management due to the fact that employees clearly understand their area of responsibility and authority
Well-organized company’s activities
Reduced overall costs by improving planning efficiency and streamlining process relations
Determined range of processes requiring automation
Increased customer loyalty through the product improvement