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Time to beneficial use – weeks to months

functional management

IT analysis

programmers

1. Functional management defines the new process, outlining in detail what is to be changed. Provide an “as is” view and a “to be” vision.

  • 2.

    Turn project over to IT for implementation. IT provides new input, accepts the project places the project into the current queue.

  • 3.

    IT begins analysis. Detail work includes estimating costs, process event and data definitions, schedule, equipment, programming needs, etc.

  • 4.

    The analyst relays his requirements to programmers. Coding of the process and information sources (other systems) gets developed and tested. Equipment and available software is purchased.

  • 5.

    The finished product is presented to operations. Some changes are made. Time is a major constraint.

Time to beneficial use – days to weeks

graphic icons

simulation

model

functional

and revise

management

business

IT Department review

process

finished business process

modified version

modified version

operations

finished business process

  • 6.

    Operations finalizes and accepts the deliverable in spite of revisions necessary due to business changes and conditions not seen prior to coding. Temporary workarounds are put in place.

  • 7.

    IT puts the project back in their schedule to make the revisions until there is acceptance.

  • 1.

    Functional management defines the new process outlining in detail what is to be changed developing the “as is” and “to be” visions.

  • 2.

    The process is modeled by functional management using graphic icons to identify the “to be” process steps.

  • 3.

    The modeled process is simulated to test the assumptions and examine performance.

  • 4.

    Changes are made to suit and the process is converted to a run environment.

  • 5.

    The process is viewed, tracked, measured, and changed, using the BPM system. Changes are easily made to fit new business issues and modified versions of the process are used elsewhere.

Fewer people involved Substantially less time Significantly less cost

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