General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR):Business Process Management for company-wide Compliance The countdown is on... Already in April 2016, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) was passed by the European Parliament. This regulation requires major changes to better protect personal data of EU citizens.
The implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is causing difficulties for many companies. Although they only have until May 25, 2018, most companies have not moved beyond isolated solutions to date. This white paper shows how iGrafx’s solutions can be used to model, analyze, optimize and automate business processes to achieve complete compliance and implement the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) for all processes in a company.
Digital Business Transformation and the Successful Center of ExcellenceSee how to increase productivity and remove inefficiencies - all while staying aligned with company priorities.
Many companies realize that making business process improvement a key competency within their organization is critical to both tactical success and tangible project savings. While they may see the need for a process Center of Excellence (CoE) to lead the way towards organizational-wide process optimization, many organizations either don’t make it to the launch pad to begin with, or launch and fizzle quickly. Why?
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SAP implementation – speed it up and keep costs down by doing it right
the first time How to bridge the gap between solution architecture and business architecture
Companies that have chosen SAP are taking on a substantial investment that they know will need to be managed effectively. Risks with such an endeavour could be a roll-out that is slower and more expensive to get started, becoming a burden to maintain over time; the business spends more time managing the ERP system than using it to help achieve goals like customer service or innovating products and services. In this whitepaper you will learn how to mitigate this risk and how to make sure that the SAP implementation is in alignment with business needs and strategies.
Enabling Outcome Based Compliance in Health and Social CareThe 10 step approach to developing an outcome based compliant framework
Due to longer life spans and increased success of medical treatment the growing institutional provision of long term care is high in the minds of many. In recent months the Government has put further pressure on The Care Quality Commission (CQC) to do more and to increase its regulatory activities across the health and social care sector. The CQC is the independent regulator for health and adult social care in England and puts forward 28 individual outcomes and cross references regulations. This whitepaper provides a practical guide to the implementation and the ongoing management of Care Quality Commission regulation within healthcare enterprises.
Transforming Banking Business Architecture – in 4 steps!How to manage the implementation of the UK Banking Reform Act through business architecture transformation
This whitepaper explores a major challenge facing UK banks who have to respond by 2019 to new requirements created in the Financial Services (Banking Reform) Act. It explains why this has come about and what it means for their future; presenting the outcome that this legislation compels them to restructure their operations to isolate personal and business banking from the risks of investment activities. The author puts forward a methodology of how to approach this substantial task through modelling the current state and separating out the components into separate future operations. The whitepaper gives emphasis to communication to both internal and external stakeholders and stresses the importance of providing traceability of compliance.
Turning Business Processes into Business AssetsHow to leverage process modelling as a lasting investment
Business processes are as much an asset to the enterprise as traditional balance sheet items like plant and equipment. Often, processes along with their associated efficiencies and high levels of customer experience that they bring, can become a substantial part of the organisation’s value to its shareholders. The whitepaper suggests that benchmarking one’s capabilities to a maturity model and deciding where the organisation wants to be is a good practice rather than rushing ahead and drawing maps.
Performance Management: Closing the loop in the continuous cycle of BPM
Performance Management takes the effectiveness of the other components of a BPM solution to a new level. This whitepaper will show you what it takes to build an integrated Performance Management solution and fully realize the benefits of BPM.
Unlocking the Potential of Business Process Management
While Business Process Management (BPM) solutions are a promising breed of enterprise software for organizations focused on process improvement, they are not the complete answer. This paper explores the pitfalls in the BPM highway and describes an approach that enterprises can take to realize the full potential of BPM.
Continuous Process Improvement - The Process Approach to Six Sigma
The results of pairing Business Process Management with a continuous process improvement initiative using Six Sigma can be dramatic. This white paper introduces you to how a business process management approach can be applied within DMAIC, the five phases generally associated with the Six Sigma methodology.