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10 April 2015

10 reasons to implement iBPMS

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  1. Boost company strategy

iBPMS aligns business processes to the entity’s mission, vision, culture and objectives, providing coherence to the work done throughout the different departments and ensuring compliance.

  1. Clear and concise company processes

The process model defines every detail of the processes which make up company activity. It also enables the company to have a global view of the organization’s strategy, including all areas, people and each and every activity involved in each process.

  1. Increase productivity

Working with BPM increases productivity by dramatically reducing times, costs and errors, this is achieved by automating everything that can be automated and optimizing the work done by people.

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  1. Increase control

All the basic information that is generated from the day-to-day running of processes is automatically registered and organized according to the previously determined structure so that iBPMS’s intelligence tools can promptly provide interested users their personalized reports, as well as automating the observation, control and analysis of the facts and data generated in the organization.

  1. Greater flexibility

In a market where agility and responsiveness are synonymous with survival, changes and improvements to processes will be continuous (especially when processes reach a degree of maturity). With iBPMS no programming whatsoever is needed to model even the more complex processes, which allows changes to be made instantly (by business personnel without programming) and without affecting the process users’ daily work.

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  1. Improved personal relations (employees and externals)

iBPMS Portals improve personal relations by offering the ideal environment for information, communication and collaboration between staff from different company departments, teams, delegations, etc. including External Users (agents, customers, dealers, distributors, suppliers, subcontractors, etc.).


  1. Strict regulatory compliance

iBPMS automatically manages rules (including internal and mandatory regulations) integrating them with all the productive and administrative activities performed in the entity. The organization’s policies and procedures, for example, quality control, personal data protection, information security, health and safety, hygiene, environment, etc. are all meticulously enforced.

  1. Knowledge stays in the organization

With a iBPMS, Global Knowledge Management is automatic and with no extra cost because the processes and the Business Rules contain the explicit knowledge of how work should be performed, and the Document Management and the informative elements involved allow all structured information from employees, customers, suppliers, products, projects, etc. to be saved.

  1. Business activity control and analysis

Daily activity is automatically converted into useful and relevant information and is automatically distributed to the right people at the right time to enable them to make appropriate and, above all, well-founded decisions. Furthermore, it can combine data from different sources to obtain a comprehensive, integrated and completely updated view.

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Stages Process Management

  1. Automated continuous improvement cycle

Whilst the modeled processes are running, iBPMS monitors every detail, i.e.  The iBPMS observes, controls and analyzes each running process and the results recorded during this monitoring stage are then used to determine which changes are necessary to achieve optimum performance and efficiency. This process lifecycle naturally generates the culture of Continuous Improvement in the company.