Business Process Mapping
Unlock your businesses productivity potential with easy-to-follow processes developed, shared and applied by teams every day.
Business process mapping is defining what a business entity does, who is responsible, the standard in which the process should be completed, and how the success of a business process can be determined.
Why map business processes?
The main purpose behind business process mapping is to assist businesses in becoming more efficient.
A lot of time and effort can be spent running through business processes that are quite often able to be simplified or automated.
Business Process Mapping looks at your existing processes to identify potential inefficiencies or redundancies, and helps to redesign your processes to make then work better, smarter and more efficiently
- Process mapping
- Process analysis
- Process redesign
- Process standardisation
- Business process management
- Process cost and FTE analysis
- High level Business Requirements definition
The Tools we use
- Facilitated workshops
- Process mapping and modeling tools
- Workflow simulations
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