Business Process Modeling (BPM)

Mapping and modeling processes enable companies to understand their strengths and weaknesses, roles, responsibilities and its flow value. This understanding contributes to take measures to increase their productivity, improve the quality of their products and services, eliminate waste and reduce costs thus bring the best financial results for the company.

Financial institutions, on the basis of the Basel agreements and requirements of regulatory agencies must adapt their processes to ensure greater efficiency to reduce operational risk and automate manual processes for systemic processes in order to gain greater control and performance in its operations .

The Vuori has a team specialized in Process Management ready to help customers improve their operations through modeling and process automation, we use a set methodology in accordance with the best practices disseminated by ABPMP (Association of Business Process Management Professionals) by BPM CBOK - Guide for Business process Management, where we define the specific processes scope using graphical models to document results and modeling flows of AS-IS and tO-BE processes using BPMN notation and identify opportunities for improvement through the gaps mapping.

 

 Processos

Phase 1 - Planning and Strategic Alignment:

  • Frame the organization:
    • Discover / describe the current processes;
    • Set the direction of the processes;
    • Develop value chain: to identify the primary processes, management and support;
    • Strategy to Make;
    • Define what is important;
    • Define / propose treatment.

 

Phase 2 - Process Analysis:

  • Identify needs;
  • Identify results that adds value;
  • Mapping the SI;
  • Designing IS;
  • Analyze process documentation;
  • Document analysis;
  • Validate the understanding and documentation.

 

Phase 3 - Process Design:

  • Set TO BE;
  • Drawing TO BE;
  • Accept the new process;
  • To document the process;
  • Validate process documentation;
  • deployment plan creation.

 

Step 4 - Process Implementation:

  • Systemic deployment;
  • Deployment not systemic. 

 

Phase 5 - Process Monitoring:

  • Track process;
  • Monitor process performance.

 

Step 6 - Refining Processes:

  • process efficiency evaluation;
  • process costs of the evaluation;
  • Relationship assessment with the client.