TranSigma named in 50 Innovators of the Year 2022
Designing highly digitalized processes that work for your business, customers, and employees
September 26, 2022
A brilliant strategy, blockbuster product, or breakthrough technology can put you on the competitive map, but only solid execution can keep you there. You have to be able to deliver on your intent. Unfortunately, by their admission, most firms are not very good at it. Execution results from thousands of daily decisions by employees acting according to the information they have and their self-interest.
More and more organizations accelerate digital transformation initiatives. They require efficient ways of analyzing and monitoring their business processes. Traditional, manual-based processing models are effective but can be massive undertakings and omit valuable data. The worst bottlenecks are often hidden. You might have an instinct or gut feeling that something is slowing productivity, but without data, it’s challenging to back up those assumptions.
Organizations—from Big Tech to lean startups—can only approach maximum efficiency and make critical business process improvements when they understand how their workflows work. Humans alone can’t perform this data extraction and analysis fast enough to make their organizations competitive. Process mining technology allows IT service management firms to dive deeper, drilling down to uncover inefficiencies and improve them. With process mining, organizations can expose what’s happening in their processes instead of operating under assumptions. They can then identify the root causes of bottlenecks in real time, optimize their resources, and scale with total productivity and confidence. Also, many organizations are undergoing significant changes in their structure and management to stay alive in today’s highly competitive environment. Hence, several firms are undertaking Business Process Reengineering (BPR) to bring much-needed innovations to change outdated business processes.
There have long been a few fundamental challenges associated with business process management. Two of the most troublesome problems are partially responsible for the fact that process management and improvement is, among many companies, a back-burner issue. But relatively new and innovative technologies, process mining, and process reengineering can solve both problems and revitalize process management in firms that have lain fallow for years.
If you are considering looking for process management consulting but are still determining how it might play out, look no further than TranSigma. The process is the center of TranSigma’s universe. The firm recognizes that, in today’s 4th Industrial Revolution, people and digitization are the essences of the process.
TranSigma uses Lean, Agile, Six Sigma, and other world-class process improvement techniques to streamline and digitize new process designs. Specialized, in-house functional skills are fully integrated into every aspect. The firm’s program management expertise is then utilized to lead, manage and execute those changes. Throughout, TranSigma’s change management experts work to ensure stakeholders, employees, and customers fully engage in the transition.TranSigma experts have served clients across many industries, including Consumer Products, Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Insurance, Banking, and Technology.
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