Process Modeling defines the organizational structures,
the information exchange requirements, and the business rules for
The process model must capture the current business
processes, and then be able to predict the impact the changes proposed
for re-engineering may have on the future. Problems often go unsolved
because they are left ill-defined, or even undefined. The first step
in tackling a difficult problem is to understand the problem. This
means distilling the purpose to be achieved in quantitative terms.
In order to be truly transforming and successful, any
kind of business re-engineering must be done within the Operational
Architecture Approach (as opposed to a technical or system approach).
The operational approach provides a detailed, hierarchic
description of the parameters of concern, their relative importance, and
the manner in which achievement with respect to one dimension can
interact with achievement with respect to another dimension.
By combining operational expertise with
superior partner modeling technologies, i-Infusion will efficiently
model one or all of your business processes and then work
with your team to understand and evaluate the model.
›Allows project management to 'see the forest through
›Provides executive-level understanding for initiatives
productivity through accountability
›Enables organizational control (both internal and external)
›Facilitates sourcing analysis (context
›Strengthens an organization's supply chain proposition
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