The benefits of process mapping in your organisation can be vast and, if done properly, will often provide a substantial return on investment in time, money and effort. Read through our 10 commandments of process mapping to learn about the benefits of process mapping software and how business process mapping can become one of your most valuable continual improvement tools.
We all know when something is poor quality, but agreeing what quality is and more specifically how to implement a quality strategy in your organisation is harder to define than it may look at first glance.
In this article I am going to explore what quality means, how best to achieve it in your organisation and the advantages of quality control.
Triaster has developed a unique Business Process Management (BPM) system, and we have been working in the process mapping and management space for more than 20 years. So we are aware that process maps don’t really excite many people. However as quality managers and those responsible for business improvement know, process mapping can deliver many benefits and these are amplified as more and more people in your organisation use the process maps. Accordingly using our experience in assisting our customers to share their processes in an interactive and engaging way, we’ve put together a few key points to help you with this.
What are the challenges of using Microsoft SharePoint and Visio for process management?
Over the years, Triaster have listened to the challenges faced by many, many people (quality managers, business analysts, continual improvement specialists) who are trying to manage processes effectively and easily, and we have often been asked to compare Microsoft Visio and SharePoint vs a purpose-built BPM systems offer over Microsoft Visio and SharePoint.
Using our 20+ years' experience in this industry, we've put together a collation of some of the common requirements that users across all sectors have asked for, and how they can be achieved using just Microsoft Visio and SharePoint. We have also considered any limitations.
One of the questions that we are asked frequently at Triaster is, is there a Triaster User Group? This is a key question for anyone evaluating a BPM supplier.
We are very pleased to be able to say yes.
Evaluating Business Process Management systems and the subsequent investment can involve many stakeholders and the decision making process can take months. There are a lot of factors to consider. One key way to understand if a provider really does deliver the value and the service that they say they do however, is to talk to and try meeting customers who are already on board.
Whenever we are asked by anyone evaluating Triaster's platform if they can meet or speak with one of our current customers, the answer is: absolutely!