Well managed companies keep a prudent eye on their financial health. Loss of revenue due to factors such as rising operating costs, longer production cycle times, higher employee turnover rates and increases in product quality issues will no doubt garner the attention of the hands-on executive or alert manager – but knowing how to pinpoint the root causes of revenue loss is where BPI Performance comes into the picture. BPI Performance specializes in assisting companies and organizations in articulating, mapping, documenting and analyzing their business and operational processes with a focus on process improvement.
Successful companies seek process improvement ideas from those with the most experience – their employees. And since some of the best solutions to business problems come from within the organization, BPI Performance works to leverage this valuable, in-house resource. When the most knowledgeable employees are consulted with and included in the process analysis and solution phases, the probability of successful change is greatly enhanced. BPI Performance possesses the skill, experience and methodology to map, document and analyze a wide range of business and operational processes in any sector, industry or organization. BPI Performance is committed to business process improvement.
Profitable companies stay on top of their competition by being flexible and adapting to change. When employees and management work together to find solutions, implementation of those ideas stand a better chance of taking hold. With enough upfront buy-in from key stakeholders, changes are less disruptive allowing for new process metrics to be collected sooner than later. BPI Performance asserts that creating and maintaining process maps and documentation through routine business process analysis serves as a competitive advantage that positions companies to take on new business opportunities and challenges.
Disciplined companies don’t navigate on gut instincts alone. Instead, they use those instincts to direct analytical efforts that capture the process details and metrics of how things are done today – before making changes for tomorrow. Even if a process has obvious flaws, BPI Performance maintains that process mapping and documentation sets the stage for capturing the quantitative and qualitative impact of implemented changes. That intrinsic knowledge not only insures that non-value-add activities are eliminated – it helps to retain elements of innovation, joy-of-use and company branding.