STRATEGIC BUSINESS MODELLING AND BPM
The module of business strategic modelling BPM, is on the one hand, the main repository within the ERP of the company’s strategic plan and the detail of indicators that measure and control its activities and its continuous improvement. On the other hand, the orchestration tool for the BPM processes emanating from these same strategies through the widespread use of workflow, 100% integrated with the rest of the ERP.
Regarding the modelling of strategies, RPS, will allow the registration and monitoring of these, along with their evaluation based on results and indicators integrated in the ERP.
With respect to the BPM, RPS using all of the functional capabilities of the ERP, its Entities, Screens, Forms and the entire Business Logic, is able to orchestrate all the company processes in a sequence of tasks defined for each role in a controlled and audited manner.
“Designing the business, orchestrating its operation and evaluating performance”
- Business strategy: Definition and registration by management areas of its strategic plan, its targets, indicators and initiatives.
- Catalogue of processes: Hierarchies of processes, Definition and design (versions, actors, tasks, applications), Indicators, Analysis of problems/consequences and solutions.
- Improvement of processes: Definition of areas for improvement, improvement measures and their monitoring.
- Consultation and monitoring: Process maturity, RASCI matrix.
- Improvements on RPS2013: Sub-processes, Workflow Designer 4.5, Tickets Management.
- The BPM RPS processes can be invoked in different ways:
- Automatically when an Entity or Property has been changed.
- Programmed over time.
- El System Manager checks which step each instance is at.
- The RPS BPM Manager can change the control of each instance from one user to another.
- The RPS BPM Manager can view pending tasks of each employee and decide to change them to another user.
- The RPS BPM Designer can define who can launch WorkFlows. Which roles and which users. How can edit and who can invoke.
- It controls different versions of each defined process. Since when it is active, who created it, etc…
- It controls each step, each activity of the WorkFlow: Who is executing it, when it starts and when it ends.
- It shows which are the bottle neck activities in the company processes.
- Orchestration of the company processes for management of the synchronised workflow between all company departments.
- Control of the time used in each task of the process.
- Continuous improvement of the process.