Business Process Management

The BPM and SOA markets still have a great growth potential and Atos understands that by having a solid BPM vision we will be able to help our customers to become more agile and adaptive, meeting market challenges.

BPM is a key element to address the challenges ahead for the definition of a new adaptive and agile service delivery model (SaaS, Cloud, etc), including through our High Technology Transactional Services (HTTS) business.

Atos's methodology helps organizations rationalize and standardize its processes, while creating reusable process repositories. It addresses process governance issues and creates the foundation for further business process improvement initiatives such as:

 

  • Improving processes by eliminating waste and redundancies
  • Empowers the people who do the work to see and modify processes
  • Better business-IT collaboration using a "build to change" approach
  • Reduces time-to-business results and improves agility
  • Cost reduction and error elimination
  • Reduced risk and improved compliance

We understand that BPM neither is a functional issue nor about how to build workflows solutions, BPM is more than that. BPM is a discipline that must cover the whole process life-cycle. BPM is a marriage of business, technology and management.

Here we offer a comprehensive BPM approach covering people, processes and technology. Our consultants have extensive knowledge of Lean, Six Sigma, BSC and TQM methodologies and use others like Kaizen or Hammer and Company in some concrete projects. An initial stage allows our consulting teams to help you define an overall BPM strategy/vision and to focus their knowledge on your business needs.

This is then followed by four main phases: Analysis and Optimization, Design and Development, Process execution and Monitoring and Management.

 

Business Process Lifecycle Management

Atos Business Process Lifecycle Management (BPLM) is a methodology comprising the standards, conventions, tools, and methods of developing and managing the end-to-end lifecycle of a digitized business process asset. Once created, this digital asset is of significant value to the business.

The underpinnings of Atos BPLM include adoption of a 5 step “maturity model” approach which results in

  1. A normalized business architecture, establishing a semantically consistent, common definition of “what” the business does
  2. A standardized process, defining simplified variants of “how” the business implements the “what”
  3. A unification of process structure and content across multiple “communities of use”
  4. A codification of the process in enabling technologies
  5. A process asset for continued optimization and on-going change management

Through adoption of this approach, non-value-added activities are eliminated, opportunities are attained, pain points resolved, and a process “Gold Standard” derived against which all variances required by the business can be fully vetted and accepted.

By leveraging the digital process asset across multiple “communities of use” (e.g. requirements management, configuration management, change management, test management, and training), BPLM helps foster a process-centric culture by broadly and continuously delivering value. The BPLM practice combines both Atos and consortium-based content in providing a framework of industry leading accelerators in a re-usable knowledgebase of process, function, measures and metrics, practices, and facilitation templates.

BPLM helps companies both shrink the bottom-line and grow the top line by standardizing processes to deliver efficiently while customizing them to support innovation. The Atos methodology helps create learning organizations that are continuously improving everything they do in support of business growth.

 

 

The BPM and SOA markets still have a great growth potential and Atos understands that by having a solid BPM vision we will be able to help our customers to become more agile and adaptive, meeting market challenges.

BPM is a key element to address the challenges ahead for the definition of a new adaptive and agile service delivery model (SaaS, Cloud, etc), including through our High Technology Transactional Services (HTTS) business.

Atos's methodology helps organizations rationalize and standardize its processes, while creating reusable process repositories. It addresses process governance issues and creates the foundation for further business process improvement initiatives such as:

 

  • Improving processes by eliminating waste and redundancies
  • Empowers the people who do the work to see and modify processes
  • Better business-IT collaboration using a "build to change" approach
  • Reduces time-to-business results and improves agility
  • Cost reduction and error elimination
  • Reduced risk and improved compliance

We understand that BPM neither is a functional issue nor about how to build workflows solutions, BPM is more than that. BPM is a discipline that must cover the whole process life-cycle. BPM is a marriage of business, technology and management.

Here we offer a comprehensive BPM approach covering people, processes and technology. Our consultants have extensive knowledge of Lean, Six Sigma, BSC and TQM methodologies and use others like Kaizen or Hammer and Company in some concrete projects. An initial stage allows our consulting teams to help you define an overall BPM strategy/vision and to focus their knowledge on your business needs.

This is then followed by four main phases: Analysis and Optimization, Design and Development, Process execution and Monitoring and Management.



Business Process Lifecycle Management

Atos Business Process Lifecycle Management (BPLM) is a methodology comprising the standards, conventions, tools, and methods of developing and managing the end-to-end lifecycle of a digitized business process asset. Once created, this digital asset is of significant value to the business.

The underpinnings of Atos BPLM include adoption of a 5 step “maturity model” approach which results in

  1. A normalized business architecture, establishing a semantically consistent, common definition of “what” the business does
  2. A standardized process, defining simplified variants of “how” the business implements the “what”
  3. A unification of process structure and content across multiple “communities of use”
  4. A codification of the process in enabling technologies
  5. A process asset for continued optimization and on-going change management

Through adoption of this approach, non-value-added activities are eliminated, opportunities are attained, pain points resolved, and a process “Gold Standard” derived against which all variances required by the business can be fully vetted and accepted.

By leveraging the digital process asset across multiple “communities of use” (e.g. requirements management, configuration management, change management, test management, and training), BPLM helps foster a process-centric culture by broadly and continuously delivering value. The BPLM practice combines both Atos and consortium-based content in providing a framework of industry leading accelerators in a re-usable knowledgebase of process, function, measures and metrics, practices, and facilitation templates.

BPLM helps companies both shrink the bottom-line and grow the top line by standardizing processes to deliver efficiently while customizing them to support innovation. The Atos methodology helps create learning organizations that are continuously improving everything they do in support of business growth.

 

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