Business Process ReEngineering

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What is Business Process Re-engineering?

“Reengineering is the fundamental rethinking and radical redesign of business processes to achieve dramatic improvements in critical, contemporary measures of performance, such as cost, quality, service, and speed.”—Hammer and Champy, 1993.

Business Process Reengineering (BRR) is a concept that originated by Dr. Michael Hammer and promulgated by Dr. Michael Hammer and James Champy. BPR involves the radical redesign of core business processes to achieve dramatic improvements in productivity, cycle times and quality.

More formally it is an organized group of related activities that together create customer value. The focus in a process is not on individual units of work, which by themselves accomplish nothing for a customer, but rather on an entire group of activities that, when effectively brought together, create a result that customers value.

What do we offer in Business Process Re-engineering?

At Rao Strategic Solutions, we have identified four key elements for a successful implementation of BPR project, viz.: Fundamental, Radical, Dramatic, and Process.

Fundamental: Why do we do what we do? No gives, no assumptions. We determine what a company must do, and then do it;

Radical: Radical is derived from the Latin word “radic” meaning “root”. We determine sow the seeds for new roots, and re-invent;

Dramatic: As opposed to incremental. We determine the path to 100%, 200% improvement and not at 10% or 20%;

Process: As Dr. Hammer defines it, Business process is end-to-end work that produces something of value. We determine and distill value-adding versus now value-adding process steps to re-invent the wheel.

Each company and each situation requires a unique solution. we do not prescribe “cookie-cutter” solutions. Our team of experts will help you to assess your organization in light of your goals and mission in order to identify, analyze and reengineer the core business processes of your venture in an effort to reduce costs and maximize efficiency.