Process Model

Business and management consultant

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Our business and management consultant has been modelling and improving business process since 2002.

Let's start with why?

Why model your business process?

Our business is to help you understand and improve your business processes.


Here are 10 reasons why you should have business processes modeled:

  1. It increases the value of a business.
  2. It clarifies the ownership of task; who is doing what.
  3. It clarifies what inputs is provided by the Supplier.
  4. It clarified what output is provided to the Customer.
  5. It removes information silos.
  6. It reduces the risk of losing knowledge with staff departure. 
  7. It creates a foundation for training staff in a consistent manner and accelerates new staff training. 
  8. It can be audited; it helps you identify the problem when things head south.
  9. It provides a foundation for identifying and improving business processes; what is value added (VA), what is non value added (NVA) and what is non value added but required (NVAR) work?
  10. It can be reviewed. Undocumented business process improvements are not sustainable because no one remembers them.

The Technical Stuff

Business Process Model and Notation has become the de-facto standard for business processes diagrams. It is intended to be used directly by the stakeholders who design, manage and realize business processes, but at the same time be precise enough to allow BPMN diagrams to be translated into software process components. BPMN has an easy-to-use flowchart-like notation that is independent of any particular implementation environment.