BPM Lifecycle

​Manage the Complete B​PM Lifecycle

The objectives of a well designed BPM Lifecycle Management Program include business outcomes such as cost reductions, revenue increases and quality improvements. These goals are achieved through key tasks and phases that deliver continuous process improvement and moves the organization ​forward ​to digital transformation.

Historically, workflow automation has focused on managing document-based processes where people execute the steps of a repeating process. Today's BPM Lifecycle approach goes beyond the simple automation of human or paper-based workflows to addressing complex processes that are key to business success. These business processes include person-to-person work steps, system-to-system data exchange, as well as process capture, customization, simulation, monitoring and continuous improvement.

The JobRouter BPM Suite allows organizations to design, execute, monitor, change and continuously optimize their business processes and operations - and offers a higher level of flexibility to automate processes that can bridge organizational boundaries.

BPM Lifecycle Phasesmodel, automate, manage, optimize

  • BPM LIfecycle - Process Modeling: ​Mapping existing "as-is" processes and then modeling the design of "to-be" processes with the ​objectives of reducing problems and increasing efficiency.
  • ​​BPM Lifecycle - Process Activity Implementation: ​Development of the end-to-end process automation and customization,  integration with existing databases, applications or systems, and testing for quality assurance.
  • BPM Lifecycle - Process Execution and Deployment: Deployment of the business process so users are able to complete their work leveraging the new BPM solution capabilities.
  • BPM Lifecycle - Process Optimization:  Measuring performance indicators and continuous monitoring and improvement of the implemented processes.
BPM Lifecycle Chart | JobRouter