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Business performance and operational agility depend on the processes you set, manage, and monitor. As easy as this may sound, it continually demands professionals to keep track of company effectiveness.
Business process management (BPM) software enables you with a better overview of processes at your organisation. Whether you want to analyse, improve, manage or monitor processes within departments or across your entire company, BPM tool is the way to go.
Learn more about the benefits of BPM software, different types of tools available and the cost of BPM software development.
We help our clients better understand their business
By creating BMP solutions, we help our clients better understand their business. Therefore, it is important to focus on those areas of operation that distinguish them and give them an advantage over the competition. Constant monitoring and optimization of key business processes, increasingly supported by artificial intelligence, allow them to maintain this advantage.
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Benefits of BPM Software
Change the way your business operates.
More agile approach
Saving money is the most important driving force for choosing a BPM tool, followed by the need to create or improve processes at an organisation*.
Make the most of BPM software
Save money, create and manage processes at your organisation.
Report and analyse
Why should you consider BPM software?
Since the 1980s, companies of all sizes, across industries, devoted themselves to business process management. Be it lean, Six Sigma, business process re-engineering, and at present, Business Process Management Software (BPMS) tools, the goal has always been to improve an organisation’s performance.
As technologies rapidly change, with the latest advancements in AI, and digital transformation being the number one topic for businesses, management seeks ways to adjust or improve their processes to match this new, digital age.
The influence of improving processes on organisational performance has proven itself throughout three decades of applying business process management methods. Today, it is a matter of making it even simpler and more efficient with customised BPM tools.
Commonly solved BPMS organisational issues
As technology and customer demands change, companies often struggle to adjust their business processes accordingly. This can result in productivity decline, a less agile approach to everyday tasks, inefficient resource use, and lost competitive advantage.
Other challenges often include implementing a new product, compliance with new regulations, and ad hoc events such as mergers or acquisitions.
To get back on track, and increase customer satisfaction, management needs a tool to analyse processes. They must adjust them or create new ones before implementing them across the company, and finally monitor their effectiveness.
Customisable BPM tools help achieve this with less effort. Especially today, with more straightforward visualisation features and an AI-driven approach. This way, professionals can create, redesign and automate workflows for even better results.
How to choose a BPM tool?
Before you decide to go all-in when choosing a BPM tool for your company, it’s time to ask yourself some questions regarding your business goals, the pain points you aim to solve, and the desired scalability of the solution which you’re looking.
Whether you need to break silos and improve collaboration across departments, standardise workflows at different offices, or align your corporate goals with activities, you may need a variety of features to accomplish this.
When evaluating BPM software, focus on the more intricate aspects:
- Database – is it easy to add, store, edit, or remove processes?
- Visual workflow modelling – is it easy to create and edit workflows?
- Automation – can you use this tool to automate workflows?
- Integrations – does it offer multiple IT and non-IT integrations?
By understanding the tool’s purpose, and your desired features, you can find one that best fits your organisation. You can choose from robust systems like the ones offered by SAP or Oracle, and a variety of smaller, cloud-based applications including Kissflow or K2 Platform.
For moving your existing processes or integrations into a new tool, you can find an IT company offering BPM implementation services. You can also build your own, custom BPM software.
Process of implementing BPM software
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Analyse, understand, clarify.
Development or implementation of a BPM.
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The cost of BPMS development
When deciding on BPM software for your company, you must factor in the price. If you opt for an existing system, its value will vary depending on the size of your company, the tool’s type, and the number of users you wish to enrol.
As the majority of BPM tools are subscription-based, you should consider a monthly fee. With pricing starting at a dozen or so dollars per user, an annual cost of BPMS can number from $250,000 to $500,000.
Considering this price range, and the total value of BPM software, many companies consider developing their own, custom BPMS. While this requires an initial investment, and the hiring of software developers to deliver the product, it is then free of subscription costs, making it a prudent long-term option.
We’re your team of BPM developers
At SoftwareHut, we’re a team of 200+ experienced software developers, ready to deliver your BPM software. With over 200 projects delivered for our clients, we know our craft when it comes to bespoke software development.
We’re an extended team, which means we can join your project at any time, working hand-in-hand with your in-house software developers. You don’t have a team? No worries, we take on entire projects, too.
We use the best tech on the market
What our clients say about us
Without the help of SoftwareHut we would not have been able to scale as quickly as we did.
SoftwareHut delivered a quality product, resulting in an ongoing partnership. The skill level and quality of work is fantastic as well as the responsiveness for requests. They're worth every penny.
The code delivered by SoftwareHut contributed to increased sales
Their team was well organized and disciplined, delivering exactly what was requested within the timeline and price point that they promised.
They’ve demonstrated their agility every time we had a new requirement
Under high pressure, they were quick to produce a great product, piling together resources at an impressive rate. As their amazing efficiency did not compromise the quality of their work, they've secured future collaboration.
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Do you have any questions?
We’ve covered some of the most frequently asked questions to make the decision easier for you.
A Business Process Management System (BPMS) is a tool or a suite of software, enabling the creation, editing, and managing of business processes. It is being used typically at mid-sized and large corporations to implement, improve, standardise, and monitor operations at different locations or across departments.
BPM professionals and senior management surveyed in BPTrends’ State of BPM Report identified several benefits of BPM software, including:
- Improved collaboration across departments.
- Standardising procedures.
- More agile change adoption.
- Better monitoring of organisational performance.
- Better understanding of corporate goals.
- Improved onboarding of new employees.
- Compliance with changing regulations.
- Improved customer satisfaction.
As there are numerous BPM tools available on the market, the big names in the industry include SAP Business ByDesign, IBM Blueworks Live, and Oracle BPM Suite. There are also other low-code platforms like Kissflow, Novacura, and K2 Platform, offering drag-and-drop features for visualisation and integration possibilities.
The Business Process Management life cycle consists of five consecutive stages: