Since 1985 Computer SI has helped organizations identify, analyze and improve existing business processes to increase employee productivity, increase profitability, meet best practice standards, and improve the quality of employee and customer experiences.
For over 35 years, organizations large and small have engaged us to analyze their business operations to provide a process reengineering strategy and a roadmap for automation. Employing our real-world experience and ongoing technical training, we recommend best practice solutions using the right mix of the latest technology solutions combined with our implementation skillset.
Business Process Improvement (BPI) involves analyzing existing processes and restructuring corporate resources to improve operations and contain costs. BPI takes a holistic approach to understanding your organizational inefficiencies and introduces new methods and technologies to streamline your work process.
- Reducing process completion time
- Identifying wasted efforts
- Improving the quality of work output
- Achieving regulatory compliance
- Reducing friction in the process
- Better understand your processes and why you do what you do
- Get more work done, faster, more accurately
- Free up employee’s time on mundane tasks so they can focus on higher value tasks
- Increase employee satisfaction and retention
- Improve productivity, reduce errors
- Identify and mitigate risks and compliance issues
- Increase customer satisfaction
- Competitive advantage
- Increase ROI, become more profitable
Starting a business process improvement and mapping exercise is hard work. Get started with Computer SI’s Business Process Improvement Guide
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Does the thought of getting your own internal business process improvement initiative off the ground sound daunting? Don’t worry, you do not have to go it alone. With an exceptional track record of project completion, our highly experienced team is here to help you. Let’s schedule some time to chat to see if scheduling a business process reengineering assessment makes sense.