Reassessing strategic goals and redesigning of business processes accordingly could provide significant efficiency and cost savings for an organization. Analogous to organization charts, process maps can be used pictorially represent how work flows through a company. Before attempting to re-engineer it is vital to determine if business process re-engineering is indeed necessary.
- TRIQST uses the ‘As-Is’ and ‘To-Be’ process flow diagrams for transforming vision into results. The As-Is diagram describes the present state of the organization’s process, culture, and capabilities. The To-Be diagram describes the future state; in other words, how the organization’s process, culture, and capabilities will appear in the future.
- TRIQST uses common information gathering techniques such as interviews with people working in the process (group or individual), analytical observation, survey of best practices and review of existing documentation to gather relevant information. Business Process Re-engineering (BPR) could require managing a massive amount of information about the processes, data and systems Hence, the use of a good documentation and process modeling tool is vital in any BPR project
- To ensure that the recommended process improvements are sustainable and continue to deliver value to the organization, TRIQST provides leadership and change management support, training, tools and resources for ongoing implementation, and benefits realization services