What is Business Process Management (BPM)?
Business Process Management (BPM) is a management concept for describing, monitoring and modeling and finally optimizing business processes. It helps companies to improve cooperation and to achieve business goals faster. With automated processes, cost reduction can be achieved while increasing agility and quality of the company.
Effective action by findings from captured expiration events
BPM links autonomous processes and coordinates them to each other so that interlocking process chains emerge. All corporate sectors can be integrated, so that an integrated workflow is created. The goal of business process management is therefore to maximize the agility of a company, while simultaneously reducing costs.
Reactive processes in dynamic change of requirements
Trough the synthesis of software and expertise BPM creates a foundation to improve the performance and agility of business processes. Automating processes therefore enables faster process execution, while reducing both the number of errors as well as costs.
Business Process Management (BPM)
- serves the optimization of processes
- creates cost savings through automation
- suitable for businesses of all types and sizes
Companies that optimize their processes through BPM achieve a particularly high quality and agility of business processes. Since processes are defined from the outset there is a more accurate cost control possible.