Business Process Management

Businesses continue to face intense pressure to improve performance, increase profitability, deliver superior customer service and increase shareholder returns. In recent years, Business Process Management (BPM) has emerged as a proven technology that helps companies meet these business objectives and gain competitive advantage.

Synchron provides process oriented technology solutions to help companies achieve their mission critical goal and objectives, by leveraging their existing infrastructure and bringing down the total cost of ownership.

Benefits:

  • Improve efficiency of processes by reducing the cycle time
  • Enable continuous process improvement and improve customer service
  • Improve profitability by reducing the administration and resource costs
  • Increase system and process flexibility and overall business agility
  • Improve overall productivity
  • Align IT execution with mission critical business Strategy
  • Complement SOA initiatives

Core Components of the our Business Process Management Practice

Find a Suite that Fits your Process type: Processes differ in variables like instance volume, intensity of human interaction, intensity of application integration, and need for business rule management, content management, automated events and exception handling. Synchron recommends looking for one that fits your specific process type and your modeling and implementation lifecycle.

Make sure the Suite has the Right Characteristics: Synchron combines the following characteristics to enable a BPM Suite reach its full potential.

  1. Scalability
  2. Collaboration
  3. Dynamic changes
  4. System Extensibility
  5. Data Transparency

Check on the Suite's Technical Components: To provide the features described above, a BPM needs the right technical components.

  1. Design Tools
  2. API/Framework Layer
  3. Process Workflow Tools
  4. Data Transformation
  5. Connectivity Series
  6. Business Activity Management

Determining ROI: Calculating ROI helps decide if installing the BPM solution is worth it. In making this decision, we look at financial benefits other than merely cost savings. This includes a new way of implementing a business process that might generate additional revenues or enable a company to enter a new market segment.