Business Process Automation

Business Process Automation typically begins with a high-level review of current business practices and requirements and technology environments, then drills into the organization to establish mission-critical end goals and objectives for renewal. As end goals, service and performance objectives are established by the organization; business rules, data requirements, legislation, and processes are reviewed, documented in greater detail and, where necessary, re-engineered to meet end targets for improved service delivery. As the documentation/re-engineering effort is completed, the transformation process concludes with an implementation of appropriate information technology that supports the organization’s modernized business vision.

‘Powered by POSSE’ business process automation software from Computronix support both possible transformation approaches:

  1. Traditional Business Process Re-enginerring (or “BPR”), followed by re-engineered process documentation, followed by supporting technology implementation.
  2. Business Process Management (or “BPM”), beginning with “as is” process documentation and high-level improvement objectives, followed by supporting technology implementation, followed by ongoing continuous process improvement, adapting and fine-tuning.

Workflow automation systems, like the award-winning POSSE platform, support and monitor the execution of end-to-end business processes so that managers can analyze and change processes in response to data, rather than just a hunch.

Business Process Automation Software

POSSE is a modular Business Process Automation Software Suite specifically tuned for government regulatory activities. POSSE combines configurable workflow, integrated Internet access (including wireless mobile computing and GIS), sophisticated real-time management and analysis reporting, integrated document management, and powerful system integration features into a single, integrated database.

A configurable engine, POSSE enables business rules to be implemented in a point-and-click environment as they became available to dynamically produce the required end user business applications.

Within the BPM paradigm, POSSE is classified by Gartner as a BPA platform for a wide variety of government regulatory processes, including licensing, enforcement, registration, certifications, permitting, inspections, plan reviews and circulations, development approvals, and much more.

Business Process Automation Benefits

Business Process Automation Software Solutions like POSSE can be used to help an organization understand itself through expanded views that would not otherwise be available to organize and present. These views include the relationships of processes to each other which, when included in the process model, provide for advanced reporting and analysis that would not otherwise be available.

Such automation is regarded as the crucial backbone of enterprise content management, facilitating the ability to automate complex tasks AND model processes where there is the most opportunity to improve an organization’s efficiency, effectiveness and customer service.