Business Process Management

A business process is a set of activities that accomplishes the delivery of a service, product or specific organizational goal. Business Process Management (BPM) is a method for analyzing business activities with the goal of improving the efficiency, quality, and value of a service or product.

business_process_management_clavisllcBusiness Process Management (BPM) provides a disciplined approach to identify, design, automate, execute, measure, optimize, and control business activity processes to achieve consistent, targeted results that align with an organization’s strategic goals, and with the effective delivery of services or products. Alignment of processes leads to overall performance through improvements in specific work activities either within a specific department, agency or between organizations. BPM evaluates processes end-to-end to drive better results, create value and enable an organization to meet objectives more quickly and easily.

To ensure a smooth running of operations, Clavis experts conduct a continuous evaluation of the organization’s procedures, re-design and implement new processes to make sure that they produce the expected outcomes and results as strategic and organizational changes are implemented.

  • • Change Management
  • • Policy and Standard Operating Procedures
  • • Process Improvement
  • • Quality Control

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Business Process Management by Clavis LLC

Goals of Business Process Management

Business process management (BPM) is a field in operations management that focuses on improving corporate performance by managing and optimizing a company's business processes. 

The goal of Business Process Management is to reduce human error and miscommunication. BPM is a subset of infrastructure management, an administrative area concerned with maintaining and optimizing an organization's equipment and core operations. BPM can be a point of connection within a company between the line-of-business and the IT department. Full-service BPM suites have five basic components: process discovery and project scoping, process modeling and design, business rules engine, workflow engine, simulation and testing.