Business Process Modeling

Data-driven, Powerful Process Modeling

Business process modeling includes a critical set of skills and processes that enable people to understand, communicate, measure, and manage the primary components of business processes. Process components specify the properties, behavior, purpose, and other elements of the business process. Process modeling tools capture and catalogue process components and the associated data with each component to organize, analyze, and manage an organization’s portfolio of processes.

When driven as an enterprise architecture initiative, process modeling extends the scope to capture and inter-link all other organizational concepts such as technology, people, data, locations, products, services, etc.. This establishes meaningful relationships between the entities and also provide actionable information for strategic decision-making.

Depending on the needs, we work with different business process modeling tools. From simple stand-alone tools that have basic capabilities for process definition and analysis, to enterprise architecture suites with extended features that powerfully contribute to the creation of performance-enhancing, data-driven business process solutions.

Strategic Business Process Modeling

Strategic business process modeling delivers robust functionality for not only process designers and analysts, but also business decision makers.

  • Data-driven process definition — Big data and analytics have created a new form of modeling as organizations seek value from a growing number of digital and analog sensors, such as social media, financial systems, emails, surveys, contact centres, etc. We use a data‐centered process modelling approach to capture “metadata” needed for providing actionable information that bypass traditional process models.
  • Connecting strategy to process execution — BPM solutions have started giving attention to the strategic side of process modelling. Process modeling is shifting focus from development and execution to a balance between monitoring and executing process strategy. To help create this integrated balance, we will connect business architecture—capability models, value streams, and strategy maps—with real‐time process execution to highlight and recommend improvements for critical process performance gaps.
  • Improving communication with business stakeholders — We work with stakeholders who are familiar with both, simplified mapping tool or full-fledged modelling suites. In both scenarios, we bridge the connectivity gap between business stakeholders and technical developers who turn process models into executable solutions. Our business-ready modelling approach improves usability and allow business stakeholders to configure processes and services, with minimal support from application development teams.
  • Collaboration across change life cycle — Our collaborative approach to process modelling ensures that all change teams viz. front-office, back-office or in centralized operations work together to achieve business goals. The capability we build while developing process models will also increase the chance of sustainable change.

For process-focused and service-oriented domains like banking, financial services, insurance, health care, and hospitality, Exandor delivers an ideal baseline for process design, continuous process improvement and performance management.

Process Modeling Tool Partners

Our solution offerings also include process modelling and enterprise architecture suite from key partners. We provide training, consulting and managed services on Enterprise Architecture and Process Architecture.

Combined with business process modeling, enterprise architecture, data governance and collaboration solutions, we enable an unified data management platform to drive operational improvements and growth.