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Before You Buy Business Process Management Software: 7 Key Questions

Posted by Isobel Witts on 27/06/17 15:20

At Triaster, we understand that choosing to implement a Business Process Management software will be a big investment, and having the correct information close to hand is an integral part of looking for a Business Process Management System (BPM) for your organisation. We've used our experience in this industry to put together a list of the most important questions you need to make the right decision when it comes to choosing a BPM system.

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Topics: BPM

3 Reasons why Continuous Improvement Projects Fail

Posted by Isobel Witts on 17/08/16 16:35

Many organisations rely on continuous improvement initiatives to drive change in their business, and if implemented correctly, such projects can be hugely successful. But, as with any change initiative, there will be a few major barriers to overcome. This article will focus on some of the main reasons that continuous improvement projects fail and how they can be avoided so that your organisation can get back to business as usual.

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Topics: Process Improvement

How to Improve the Quality of your University Students’ Experience: Using a BPM Approach

Posted by Isobel Witts on 11/08/16 10:17

Attracting and enrolling the best candidates is a challenge faced by many universities, and the majority of students ultimately base their decision of where to apply on which university offers the best student experience.

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Topics: BPM

5 More Reasons your Business needs Business Process Management

Posted by Isobel Witts on 03/08/16 11:13

Last week we explored five key reasons why your organisation should consider implementing Business Process Management and the potential benefits it delivers. In this article we are considering five more. We also explore if there are any limitations to implementing a dedicated BPM system.

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Topics: BPM

5 Reasons your Business needs Business Process Management

Posted by Isobel Witts on 27/07/16 11:08

Business Process Management (BPM) is an essential practice for a vast majority of companies; however it can mean different things to different people. In this article we’ll explore five of the key reasons your business needs business process management and the potential benefits you could gain, both in the short-term and throughout the longevity of the business.

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Topics: BPM

How Can I Get Employee Buy in and Propose Improvement Opportunities?

Posted by Isobel Witts on 20/07/16 09:46

Getting positive employee engagement to support a change transformation is a common challenge faced by many organisations, particularly if you are looking to increase efficiency, or reduce costs for example. If one of your main objectives is to change and improve your business processes, making sure that your employees are engaged enough to propose improvement opportunities is crucial to the ongoing success of the project.

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Topics: Process Improvement

How to move away from a paper-based Business Management System

Posted by Isobel Witts on 12/07/16 17:07

Paper-based business management systems are relatively easy to set up but are notoriously difficult to maintain and review, particularly as part of an ongoing continuous improvement initiative. In this article we will explore how to move away from your paper-based business management approach to a much more efficient electronic system.

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Topics: BPM

Business Process Management vs Quality Management vs Enterprise Architecture vs Workflow Management

Posted by Isobel Witts on 06/07/16 15:10

Business Process Management isn't the only type of business management system out there,  and because of the large amount of choice, you would be forgiven for wondering which one would be most suitable for your organisation. This article will explore four different approaches which support a wide range of different business objectives.

When considering any big Business Management System purchase, it is important to outline what you are planning to achieve and be clear of what your organisation will be using the system for. It is paramount that the system you choose will support your organisation to achieve its business objectives. Rather than the business needing to adjust to the system, as can happen.

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Topics: BPM

Workflow Management vs Business Process Management: Which is for You?

Posted by Isobel Witts on 22/06/16 15:07

Workflow management vs Business Process Management - it's a hard choice. Both systems are fundamentally quite similar; however, there are some key differences, which will ultimately affect their suitability for application in different business environments.

This article will explore some of the similarities and differences between the two and give some examples of what each system is most commonly used for.

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Topics: BPM

Business Process Management vs Enterprise Architecture: Pros & Cons

Posted by Isobel Witts on 15/06/16 14:51

Business Process Management (BPM) and Enterprise Architecture (EA) are two highly contrasting systems, which have very different applications in business. Which one you choose will ultimately depend on the unique goals and objectives of your organisation as well as what you are looking to achieve both in the short and long term.

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Topics: BPM

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