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Business Process Management (BPM) is aimed at filling those voids between your existing processes. A few examples of BPM will include:

  • Adding functionality to existing business systems such as CRM, ERP, manufacturing execution systems (MES), warehouse management systems (WMS), etc

    • It is probably less expensive and quicker to extend an older existing application using BPM than to install new software or reprogram the existing software.

    • Design and add new processes as requirements change.

  • Link business systems to aggregate data and processes.

    • Build new processes between acquired company systems to provide a full view of inventory information.

    • Connect the MES systems within a value chain to support where-to-build strategies with real-time information.

    • Connect disparate sources of business intelligence within the company or across the value chain to support Sarbanes-Oxley compliance.

  • Link a number of systems to provide and support new processes.

    • Build a process to provide demand driven schedule data across a value chain.

    • Connect the manufacturing execution systems to the planning and scheduling system.

    • Develop a process that allows certain CRM users to view and exchange data with the warehouse management and the manufacturing scheduling systems.

  • Design, build, simulate, and finalize new stand alone business processes using data from any source.

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