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Business & Process Analysis

Business Process Analysis (BPA) is a methodology for the analysis of a business with a view to understanding the processes and improving the efficiency and effectiveness of its operations. It describes the processes involved, parties participating, information exchanged and documents produced.

Business process analysis can be used to achieve the following:

To document implicit knowledge, capture and record manual and sometimes non-documented processes, i.e. process manuals for both private and public sectors
To analyse individual actions, documents and data involved in international trade, which jointly or individually involve commercial, transport, regulatory and financial procedures
To locate problematic areas that cause delays in moving goods from seller to buyer across borders, such as unnecessary forms and documents and repetitive data elements
To identify opportunities for improvements, such as reducing the number of trade documents and minimizing data requirements

Every organization is comprised of business systems containing individual processes, while every process is comprised of a series of tasks or activities. For businesses to deliver a quality product or provide a wanted service, they must utilize effective business processes. When a company’s processes are effective and efficient, numerous good things happen. First, the company operates through lower costs. Second, the company performs at a higher competitive level. Finally, the company improves its bottom line. Business Process Analysis can drive these better results.

Business & Process Analysis

To us, business and process analysis is much more than just writing requirements. It’s the fundamental way that we approach our client’s biggest challenges. Our Business & Process Analysis (BPA) Methodology ensures strategic objectives are analyzed to determine impacts and alignment to all aspects of the business, using a framework and principle-based approach that can easily flex for use in agile, traditional, or mixed methodology environments.

Business Process Analysis

  • Define the Process
  • Uncover Opportunities
  • Measure for Success
  • Analyze the Process
  • Take Effective Action
  • Establish a State of Control
  • Monitor for Effectiveness

Benefits of business process analysis

  • Clear documentation of the process and greater understanding
  • Robust data on how the process is performing
  • Identify the obstacles that cause delay to certain processes
  • Identify which user actions are hindering the process and where inefficiencies are
  • Better training for new employees taking on the process
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