Business Process Re-engineering
BPR mechanics focus on the analysis and design of workflows, systems and processes within any firm. This can then form the basis of simple adjustments or a fundamental overhaul to achieve the required effect.
This is a key factor in achieving GDPR compliance and associated challenges with data security and protection.
Documenting business processes alone will typically improve a firm’s organisational efficiency by circa 10%
Processes are characterised by three elements:
Business Process Re-engineering is key to transforming how people work.
With what appears to be a minor change in a process, it can create dramatic effects on cash flow, service delivery and customer satisfaction. The cornerstones of any firm are people and processes. If individuals are motivated and working hard, but the firm’s processes are cumbersome and non-essential activities still play a part in daily workloads, the firm’s performance could reflect this and be in need of change.
The problematic part of the above is processing and this is where BPR mainly intervenes – re-engineering in order to save time and money.
When a BPR project is undertaken within any firm, it can require managing a massive amount of information about processes, data and systems. The management of this information can become an impossible task if you don’t have an excellent tool to support BPR activities. The use of this documentation tool is vital to any project and is the key to success.
This successful BPR can result in enormous reductions in cost, be that from improved document production platforms, automated billing models or the introduction of a CRM solution, amongst others. Conversely, it can also help protect you from any possible compliance issues around GDPR. It can also potentially create substantial improvements in quality, client service, or other practice-wide objectives. The promise of Accesspoint Legal Services’ BPR offering is not empty; we will actually produce revolutionary improvements for your firm’s core business operations.