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How Will Process Mapping Help an Enterprise Resource Planning System?

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 07/03/18 11:42

Getting the implementation of an ERP system right is a complex project. Process Mapping is often used to help streamline this development and to ensure that the resulting Enterprise Resource Planning system supports the business, rather than the other way round.

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Topics: Process Improvement, Process Mapping

How this Successful Process Improvement Example Resulted in £350k Savings [Infographic]

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 27/02/18 12:15

Successful process improvement examples are often hard to come by. Tangible information about real-life savings remains difficult to access. Many businesses refrain from sharing their Process Management results, leading to a lack of transparency in terms of monetary savings within the continual improvement market.

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Topics: Increasing ROI, Process Improvement

Triaster Business Process Management Review: Customer Satisfaction Survey

Posted by Jo Dolton on 20/02/18 10:41

Over the past year or so, Triaster has introduced a new method of assessing customer satisfaction. Essentially, we are working to align the level of customer satisfaction with the things that are most important to our customers. That's why we  are now compiling customised Business Process Management reviews, that allow us to understand our customers' satisfaction against their expressed satisfaction criteria which enables us to deliver the best BPM platform and services we can.

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Topics: Process Improvement

How Cloud BPM Creates Business Process Improvement Opportunities

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 13/02/18 10:38

In the past decade, business process improvement technology has developed rapidly. In the face of such rapid expansion, Business Process Management software systems have had to grow and improve by offering cloud BPM services. Many organisations however, are not aware of the improvement opportunities of cloud-based BPM systems.

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Topics: Process Improvement

Problems with Continuous Improvement: Achieving Employee Buy In

Posted by Emma Harris on 31/01/18 15:47

One of the biggest problems with continuous improvement when implementing a Business Management Sustem is achieving employee buy in, i.e. for the employees to follow the agreed processes. At Triaster, we work with many different organisations from many different sectors, but getting their employees to use their Business Process Management system and follow the correct process is always a challenge.

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Topics: Process Improvement, BPM

7 Steps to Improve Business Performance: Baldrige Excellence Framework

Posted by Brenda Lopez on 29/01/18 11:28

In order to stay relevant and competitive, organisations have to find ways to improve business performance across the board; one of the best ways of succeeding is with continuous process improvement. Brenda Lopez, Business Process Consultant, National Baldrige Examiner and Certified Green Belt Lean Six Sigma, explains the Baldrige Excellence Framework and how it can be exactly what the business doctor ordered when trying to improve business performance... 

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Topics: Quality, Process Improvement

How to Implement Value Stream Mapping Software in a BPM System

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 24/01/18 09:49
If you are looking for examples of how to use value stream mapping software, you have come to the right place. In essence, Value Stream Mapping is a lean manufacturing technique which allows you to document, analyse and improve your business processes. 'Process', in this context, refers to the flow of information as well as materials required to produce a product or service for a potential consumer.
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Topics: Process Improvement, Process Mapping

Introducing IT Continuous Improvement to Enhance Customer Value

Posted by Tim Monahan on 12/01/18 11:56

I believe that IT should, first and foremost, enable and support the objectives of the business and one of the crucial objectives any business needs is to be fixated on is continuous Improvement. Ultimately, this means to delight the customers - which makes perfect sense as they are the ones who pay for the products and services the business provides. 

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Topics: Process Improvement

The 7 Wastes of Service That Are Killing Business Efficiency

Posted by Lynn Dudenhoefer on 09/01/18 12:20

You may already be aware of the 7 forms of waste in the manufacturing industry, first defined by Toyota; but what about other industries where specific types of manufacturing waste isn't relevant? In this article, I explore the 7 wastes of service and how you can identify them to improve business efficiency.

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Topics: Process Improvement

Improving the Physical Security Industry: Process Improvement Methods

Posted by Ollencio D'Souza on 03/01/18 13:10

Most Physical Security Industry blogs make a case for why other industries need Physical Security, but the future of the physical security industry relies on adapting to process improvement methods if it wants to stay relevant and develop a third eye that looks inward to improving business processes and harnessing the concepts of Continuous Improvement.

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Topics: Process Improvement

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