Sept. 11, 2012
-- Small, medium, large, all organizations have processes. Most are business management processes. Today, processes can either make or break an organization. All organizations face many challenges today, just to keep up with the market.
Imagine your organization produces tires, at a very high level these tires need to be designed, manufactured, tested and shipped. As simple as that, these high level processes break down to many small sub level processes. A sub level process for the design phase of a tire may include, designing by an architect, being routed for approvals by the head architect, and then being routed back to the architect for changes. Simple as that the process drives people, and people have to get things done = to productivity and manufacturing.
Large organizations have similar processes but most cases they operate at an Enterprise level or large scale. For example, a Training Management system may route tasks to users to be trained on the latest SOP – Standard Operating Procedures for a piece of equipment. The task may go out to 300 users, business intelligence from the process is able to determine who’s trained on that SOP or not.
There’s always the question, why should an organization get organized? Sure, it takes time to get organize, but the simple answer is it pays to get organized, whether it is at home or at an organization. Many organization have to cope with ever changing regulations, if an organization’
s systems are not built with these criteria in mind, then adaptation can be very messy. This is when technology is a headache rather than a helper.
How can and how does technology help you? Technology in organizations no longer means just to support the user, with large scale systems such as ERP, many inter organization processes are automated to help day to day tasks flow easily. Using a next generation BPM tool such as cDevWorkflow can dramatically help organizations organize their processes. If you want to know how, contact us at sales@cDevWorkflow.com