Tampa, Florida (PressExposure) May 19, 2011 -- With companies continually feeling the pressure to improve their business practices and procedures, whether that is due to internal or external pressures, this Webinar provides strategies for the successful execution of Business Process Improvement (BPI) initiatives. Also, a review of how selected technologies can help to accelerate BPI project timelines, as well as ensure sustained value to an organization well after the initial rollout. We address how the right BPM technology can empower those closest to the business processes with the tools they need to keep procedures current and reflect the real-time needs of the business.
AuraPortal is best known for its innovative features such as the automatic building of Process Execution Engines directly from a business process modeling diagram without the need of IT programming. As a result, AuraPortal enables organizations to rapidly build, deploy, and continually enhance business process models faster than traditional, custom coding methods. The people closest to the processes are empowered to easily develop, manage, and control entire business processes without the need of custom programming.
"BPM systems help to proactively move ERP transactions through an organization for better efficiency. Most ERP systems (such as Dynamics and SAP) have some sort of workflow, but they tend to be fairly shallow in capability. They are not well leveraged since they tend to need IT involvement. As a result ERP systems have had little effect on process improvement initiatives," says Scott Rich.
"ERP systems are still great platforms for storing mission critical data, and will continue to be the backbone for most companies; however BPM is fast becoming a standard for leveraging ERP data and helping companies become more process oriented."
Visit us on Tuesday, May 24, 2011 at 2:00 PM EST for the webinar, Using BPM Technology to Realize the Unique Value Proposition.
CAASPRE Consulting is a technology and business consultancy dedicated to helping organizations put the customer first while streamlining and automating time-consuming business processes so they can become more productive, profitable and competitive.