Process analysis

Stay focused on your new standard

You have mapped out your current process, determined where you want to go, and successfully implemented it. That completes the circle, you would think. But nothing could be further from the truth. Because how do you know whether the implementation was successful? Are all processes being followed? And how much is actually being saved? These are questions you can only answer with a good analysis. But how does that work and what tools do you deploy?

Let data do the work for you

Data analytics, big data & business intelligence. These are well-known terms in the IT world. In essence, they involve collecting, connecting and processing data into actionable insights. Data is imperative to gaining more insight into your processes and set KPIs. But it is precisely the analysis that allows you to set up processes more efficiently. This can be done manually with LEAN methodologies, for example, but also with various software. Indeed, based on algorithms, the software helps you gain more insight from your data. So, in effect, how successful was that implementation? Where can you improve? And is everyone also working according to the new way? The answers can be found in your system data.

Keep an eye on processes

If you want to keep moving forward, you have to stay focused on your processes and keep evaluating them. Continuous monitoring of your business activities is the starting point. This gives you quick visual insight into where the bottlenecks are and where the workflow disruptions occur.

SAP Signavio supports you in this: the tool scans the entire SAP ECC and SAP S/4 HANA environment, provides advanced analyses and gives concrete recommendations. The next step is to take a closer look at individual processes. So, how do I increase the number of order picks without errors? And how to reduce waiting times for transport? Here too, Signavio can help by quickly identifying and correcting the various bottlenecks. In short: the right tools help you make the right analyses and ultimately the right decisions.