Given the dynamic nature of business in the age of the digital transformation, the ability to rapidly evolve, maximize productivity and reduce costs are three key elements for a company of any size, structure and industry to remain competitive in the market.
In order to respond to this challenge, many organizations throughout the world are adopting a Business Process Management system to manage their company.
By Business Process Management, we mean all the activities necessary to define, optimize, monitor and integrate the processes that guide the business in order to make the company more efficient overall.
BPM is based on a goal-oriented management of the workflow, which provides for proactive implementation of organizational layouts and procedures that allow all the resources involved to share information and coordinate their actions based on the company’s objectives rather than sector-specific projects (task-oriented). This model translates into an integrated corporate governance, aggregated and shared, which allows the company to maximize productivity, monitor performance and make the right decisions for continual improvement of overall productivity.