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Business Process Reengineering

The traditional definition of Business Process Reengineering (BPR) is "the fundamental rethinking and the radical redesign of business processes to achieve dramatic breakthrough performance within a business." The concept of implementing fundamental change to essential functionality within an organization is the philosophy behind the AITS methodology.

AITS utilizes a five-phase BPR methodology to re-align business processes to core process improvement principles.
The five phases are:

  • BPR Preparation - Comprised of all startup and planning activities.

  • BPR Requirements Identification - Consists of facilitated working sessions, stakeholder modeling, performance measurement benchmarking, and "as-is" modeling.

  • BPR Vision - Comprises all activities related to work flow analysis, cycle time analysis, value-added activities, improvement opportunities, and candidate solution definition.

  • Business Solution - Analysts to determine correct solutions based on organizational core principles and develop "to-be" process and data models.

  • Business Transformation - Activities such as defining correct skill sets, defining training requirements, redrawing the organization, specifying changes, piloting new processes, defining IT system descriptions, and refining details to the stakeholders.

AITS helps organizations make educated decisions based on metrics and data analysis. Once solutions are implemented, those outcomes are tracked to measure success. Expectations are managed and risks are mitigated through detailed analysis. Measurable processes allow stakeholders to know the goal of the BPR effort and the boundaries that define success.

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