The process transformation is driven by the business objectives and strategy at enterprise level. Also, an in-depth quantitative analysis is required to ensure efectiveness of quality controls and task performance. Once an initial review has been carried out and key performance metrics are defined, each new or reviewed procedure is assessed under the most suitable and realistic scenarios. Tangible benefits are quantified for each procedure, The final results are:
Present status diagnosis and potential improvements identification.
Development of improvements in operational flows.
Optimum and efficient operating process design.
Prorization according to cost-benefit criteria
Frequently, day-to-day pressure has been the main issue when configuring operating procedures and allocating resources to each departments of the company. This results in a decision-making process based strictly on short term issues, but without a perspective to review and rationalize processes under a global vision.
In this scenario “task enhancement” projects have been the usual way to simplify, mechanize and reorganize tasks. However, it is most likely that significant results will never be achieved, just speeding up tasks that simply should not be executed.
Our plans for business transformation are aimed at designing the internal organizational structures, streamlining processes and ensuring maximum effiency.
Resource optimization has two main objectives: on the one hand, to ensure the appropriate size of taskforces and, secondly, to devise ways to reduce existing costs.
The starting point is to determine the overall resource dimension that can be considered the optimal target to cover adequately all services and outputs performed by each taskforce. Subsequently, a top-down design process determines the procedures and functions of each job position.
The scope includes designing and building tools to improve productivity. Likewise, taskforces are adjusted and reassigned to other activities and funtions with higher added value in the resized organization.
Frequently, day-to-day pressure has been the main issue when configuring operating procedures and allocating resources to each departments of the company
Our plans for business transformation are aimed at designing the internal organizational structures, streamlining processes and ensuring maximum effiency
Organization and Training
Defining roles and organizational structures design
Workload studies and resource dimensioning
Design and teaching of management courses and new technologies
Project Management and Support
Project Management Office
Support for processing massive administrative processes
Field studies, impact and demand
Design and construction of customized information systems
Package systems selection and implementation
Production systems support
Consultancy and advice on IT projects
24×7 maintenance of information systems
Optimization of operating procedures
Current systems review and assessment
Definition of strategic guidelines for profit improvement
Corporate process reengineering