What is Sysplorer BPM
Sysplorer BPM is the module of our Sysplorer suite focused on business process mapping. It outlines activities, the machinery involved, and their interactions with the IT system and the tools and resources involved. The purpose of this mapping is to “take a picture” of the company’s situation in all its activities with the aim of harmonizing processes and procedures so that they can be improved and thus increase efficiency.
The mapping activity allows you to understand:
Whether the business process is efficient: after the mapping is done, analyses can be made regarding, for example, costs and the possible inefficiency potentials.
The stream of value generated during product.
Whether existing procedures cover the entire perimeter of the business process and are consistent with it.
The workflow of the process and the operating mode of the company as a whole, as well as any redundant activities in different corporate departments.
As a result of what emerges from the mapping activity, it will then be possible to proceed with business process optimization.
Business process mapping techniques
Using Sysplorer BPM you can map your business activities through three different techniques of the business process management:
The SIPOC: SIPOC diagram provides a synthetic overview on the operating mode, inputs, outputs and identifies key elements such as suppliers and customers.
The Business Process Diagram (BPD): it is a flow chart that shows in detail all the activities carried out within a process.
The Value Stream Map (VSM): In the industrial world, this mapping technique follows the creation of the products in order to identify the value stream created.