Benefits of BPM and workflow software provide significant, measurable value to your organization

Rolling out any new BPM software or workflow software solution needs to tie back to business process improvement. At the end of the day, you have to justify the purchase of new software and the investment and time required by an individual or a team to learn it.

When you look at how BPM software and workflow software have helped companies achieve business process improvement, you may start to get eager to start reaping the benefits of BPM software and everything that comes with it such as improved process efficiency and productivity. Considering that companies are reporting a 75% reduction in data entry, and are 50% faster in making decisions is exciting.

The BP Logix marketing group partners closely with our sales and product teams to understand what our customers need. That is the foundation of the way we do business. To that end, we have helped all manner of companies and organizations derive great BPM benefits and value from using Process Director BPM software and workflow software — not just as a workflow tool but, also, as a way of doing business. Some of that comes from market analysis, research and observing trends — the rest of it comes from understanding and putting ourselves in our customers’ shoes. We understand the benefits of BPM and go to great lengths to help our customers implement BPM software in a way that is applicable to their needs.

Our new infographic below, The Value of BPM, illustrates some of the key BPM elements that an organization needs to consider— and the degree to which some of our customers have benefited from using them. Everyone likes to see big numbers, and as you will see in the infographic, we certainly like to highlight where companies have seen an increase in process efficiency and reduction in cost or the elimination of redundancy. You will also recognize that the BPM examples we use in The Value of BPM point to specific use cases. These are clearly specific to these individual companies, yet they demonstrate a sense for what the BPM benefits of Process Director are.

Working with a process-focused direction will undoubtedly deliver specific and measurable BPM benefits when there is a well-articulated mapping of business needs with Process Director BPM software and workflow software implementation.

BP Logix is interested in why a prospect considers exploring BPM software in the first place— so we dive into that prospect’s business (with him, her or them) to understand how it is currently conducted. We look at the five key BPM elements:

  • Process Efficiency: Does the organization experience a duplication of efforts, manual interactions, and/or delays in the approval process?
  • Productivity: Is an inordinate amount of time spent on singular tasks— and does lack of insight into the business limit their ability to provide direction?
  • Process Change: As business needs and requirements change, does the organization adapt and, if so, how well does it adapt?
  • Business Process Automation: Is the organization spending a lot of time on repetitive tasks, or trying to fit its needs into solutions that are not flexible?
  • Knowledge: Does the organization recognize and act with regard to best practices and guidelines?

Where we see results and progress towards organizational business processwith Process Director is when the goals focus on fixing processes.  The benefits of BPM comes from the changes that occur on the way to becoming a better run company. That is the value we seek to provide.

Value of BPM Infographic


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