Your organization runs on information, but how does that information flow to where it needs to be in order for work to be completed?
It’s all about business processes.
You want to see a return on your investment which makes these business processes streamlined, efficient and effective.
That’s where netlogx comes in.
And it doesn’t just mean having a robust IT, automated infrastructure. We’ll conduct rigorous process mapping exercises that make sure the actions of your people are consistent too.
Our Lean Six Sigma specialists will guide you through a world of process improvements and business applications that will make your organization run at its optimum.
When you need improvement, netlogx will be there to make it happen.
process management specializations
Occurring after analysis and discovery, business process design is the act of creating a new business process from scratch, or from minimal information. A written process does not necessarily exist, however through interviews, analysis and discovery, a business process can be produced. netlogx can help organizations define and design business processes that improve production, eliminate waste, lower cost, enhance processing speed, and increase quality.
Business process execution implements and completes a process flow with the involved business and system participants by utilizing input data, process descriptions and target software or tools.
Business process mapping is the visual documentation of a business process from start to finish through the identification of roles and responsibilities, system inputs and outputs, and business tasks and decisions. It identifies redundancies, bottle-necks, and other issues that contribute to process inefficiencies.
Business process modeling further analyzes process issues and other inefficiencies in order to optimize and streamline. It represents the full design or flow of all of the processes of an organization and outlines its interactions, interfaces, and dependencies in order to determine potential efficiencies or impacts on external changes enacted on processes.
Things don’t always go according to plan. Business process monitoring reviews and tracks the performance of business processes over time to determine if efficiencies based on results can be achieved, or if problems can be identified for resolution.
Business process optimization constantly reviews and adjusts a process to optimize a defined set of parameters or goals without sacrificing the intended outcome. This is usually done by increasing efficiency through optimizing a specific factor, such as eliminating process redundancies. Business process optimization is completed to validate compliance, operations, and consistency among others.
From early project assessment phases to the later project implementation phases, business process reengineering recreates a set of core business processes. The goal is to create the most productive business result with a focus on reduced cost, increased output and increased quality.
netlogx optimizes Process Management for your organization by:
- Working with organizational leadership to identify cross-functional team members with the most knowledge of business processes to participate in the Process Management activities.
- Outlining As-Is processes, which is the current state of the organization’s processes.
- Defining To-Be processes, which is the optimal path for the organization.
- Developing a roadmap to track progress from As-Is processes to To-Be processes to achieve maximum efficiency.
- Defining quantifiable metrics to measure the efficiency of business processes.
When implemented properly, Process Management:
- Helps the organization understand how they are executing their work.
- Documents tasks and activities so that employees can work toward a common goal.
- Demonstrates how existing employees should be functioning.
- Defines how business processes will be impacted utilizing technology solutions.
- Provides a training vehicle to ensure current and future team members have the same understanding of organizational business processes.