Business Process Management to stay ahead of the competition
Knowledge Center Business Process Modeling

BPM | Business Process Management

Scheer Nederland's Business Process Management (BPM) approach uses the latest insights and innovative tooling that are aimed at continuous change. Maintaining an overview of the whole of business models, business processes and the supporting functionality of applications is crucial for successful and effective business operations.

Companies must respond faster than ever in a dynamic environment of customers, markets and general socio-political developments. This requires a structural approach to maintain control over a rapid introduction, change or phase-out of business processes.

Scheer Nederland helps your organization get a grip on changes through:

  • Alignment of business processes with business and marketing strategy
  • Identification of distinctive processes in the organization that ensure competitive advantage
  • Implementation of approach and automation that supports and promotes continuous change
  • Establishment of a process-oriented organizational structure
  • Implementation of an integrated business architecture of business models, processes, IT and organization
  • Implementation of a BPM Governance Process
  • Communication and knowledge building to safeguard process knowledge in the organization
  • Active monitoring of the creation of added value

There are many reasons for setting up a structured approach for BPM. The most important in our opinion are:

  • Implementing changes in processes and automation is very time-consuming
  • Many ad-hoc solutions to problems
  • Lack of approach for defining processes and processes requirements
  • IT projects do not deliver the expected results
  • Many operational problems between departments/companies

Scheer Nederland is an expert in embedding BPM and a BPM Competence Center within your SAP environment.

In addition to making your processes and SAP functionality transparent and manageable, we are working on;

  • Clear alignment of process objectives with business objectives
  • A process-oriented organizational structure
  • The integrated business architecture of business models, processes, IT and organization
  • Implementation of process and IT Change Management process
  • Developing adaptive processes
  • Communication and knowledge building to safeguard process knowledge in the organization
  • Active monitoring of the creation of added value

Potential results of an adequate Business Process Management process are:

  • Improving customer satisfaction
  • Improved flexibility
  • Improved quality, compliance
  • Reduction of process costs
  • Faster IT implementation
  • Less training time and costs
  • The decrease in support questions
  • Insight into performance processes