Do your business processes deliver real value?
Processes and systems are responsible for producing the goods and services that your business delivers. When they are properly understood, precise, and well managed they will improve customer satisfaction and return value to the business.
It is essential to have a documented plan, with definitive goals, that has been properly communicated to your team. It's just as important that this plan is relevant and realisable.We can help to action your strategic plan and align your business model.
Software Application Integration
The use of multiple disparate software applications, with documents and files stored in various locations, impair workflows and efficient output. Often requiring double entry, and an unstructured pathway they invite mistakes and rework. Automation and integration can not only speed up the process but improve accuracy.
Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
KPIs are a critical requirement for benchmarking progress in regards to your organisational goals. It's not only important that they are regularly reported and acted upon, they must also be the correct measures for your business. Poorly aligned goals cost businesses effort and money.
Business model mapping
Mapping your business model allows you to truly understand how all key aspects of your business align, integrate and support each other. It will empower your decision making and assist you to eliminate internal conflicts that may be creating inefficiencies.We can help you to identify what is costing you output and value.
Business Intelligence (BI)
Big data and analytics are being used by businesses to present information in a way that provides them with informed business decisions and actions. This insight allows businesses to transform how they work for the better.Correctly incorporating this innovation into your operations will undoubtedly provide business benefit and possible market advantage.
Processes are the lifeblood of your organisations productivity. Working through the steps of any process can be used to identify potential elements for improvement, thus reducing waste and creating efficiencies. Sometimes core process redesign requires a fresh and objective view.