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6 September 2016 Ekaterina Mokrushina

Improve Customer Experience with BPM

Enjoy our new infographics on customer experience. Why is it so important and how BPM can be of help?
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26 August 2016 Alexander Khodyrev

Implementing business process management in a large company

Each company has its own organizational structure – departments, divisions, and employees who perform certain functions. As the business grows, the organizational structure gets more extensive. At that point, team members start to have troubles because of poor communication, inefficient data sharing, and lack of staff motivation. They spend a lot of working time to overcome these difficulties.
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19 August 2016 Ekaterina Mokrushina

Stay on top of things with mobile BPM

We care about our businesses and want to make them grow, no wonder we are constantly looking for new tools to help us succeed. When business processes are concerned, there is always room for improvement. By 2020, globally there will be 6.1 smartphone users, so it is time to accept that the time has come to go mobile. Do not think that mobile BPM is for mobile workers only. In fact, it can empower the whole company, help streamline your processes and improve productivity.

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18 August 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

5 mistakes of process automation (and ways to fix them)

Work automation can be very promising for an organization. If done right, it offers such advantages as improved speed, quality, and productivity. It helps reduce costs by cutting hours of manual labor and adds accuracy to all tasks. However, automation often turns into a challenge. It can even become a waste of your time, money and energy without any result. Why is this? Keep reading to find out five common mistakes that organizations make when automating their business processes.

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12 August 2016 Alexander Khodyrev

The power of BPM: one unique solution to transform your business!

The world of business is competitive. We are constantly looking for ways to progress, deal with commercial pressure and win, and this battle is never ending. Lack of control and automation of business processes can be a major issue, and this is where modern business management software comes in handy. A BPM system can help you handle control and automation, and do a lot more.

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8 August 2016 Ekaterina Mokrushina

What is Customer Experience and 5 Ways to Improve It

There’s been a lot of talk about Customer Experience (CX) lately. You’ve probably heard that providing seamless CX is the key factor to your company’s success. Yet, for some, the term is still unclear. In this article, I´m trying to explain what CX is and describe 5 ways to improve it.

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8 July 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 8: BPMN in Process Improvement

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes
Lesson 5 – Messages
Lesson 6 – Artifacts and Data Objects
Lesson 7 – Execution of Business Processes

This Lesson of our BPMN tutorial is dedicated to Control and Improvement of business processes by means of a BPM system.

As we have previously said in Lesson 7, according to the Deming Cycle these procedures are essential for optimization and improvement of your business processes and products.
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30 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 7: Execution of Business Processes modeled with BPMN

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes
Lesson 5 – Messages
Lesson 6 – Artifacts and Data Objects

In Lesson 7 you will learn how business processes modeled with BMPN are executed.

The primary goal of BPMN is to provide a notation that would be understandable to all business stakeholders, from analysts who create the processes to business managers who monitor and control them.

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27 June 2016 Valeria Evgeneva

Lesson 6: Using Artifacts and Data Objects in BPMN

Lesson 1 – Start and the End events, the Task activity, Gateways
Lesson 2 – Events and Gateways
Lesson 3 -Pools, Swimlanes and Task
Lesson 4 – Sub-Processes
Lesson 5 – Messages

In Lesson 6 of our BPMN tutorial, we will take a look at the following graphical elements: Artifacts, Data Objects and Associations.

In BPMN, Artifacts, Data Objects and special connectors called Associations are used to specify information, which is not related to the flow of the process. These elements are not executable and serve for readability and analysis of business processes.
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21 June 2016 Alexander Khodyrev

Do you need BPM Flowchart

Not sure if you need a BPM system? Follow the flowchart to find out!
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