The Importance of Implementing Business Management Process within a Company

2127 WordsJun 18, 20189 Pages
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The objective of this report is to explain Mr. John Doe about the importance of implementing Business Management Process (BPM) in his company Platinum concepts Pty ltd. This report provides the details about the current business process by using a simple AS IS diagram. Furthermore, it analyses the problems which the company is facing in present stage. The major findings resulted that most of the work are done manually and there is no use of automation machines or electronics. This report provide the proposed solution to the problems by explaining the need of computerization in business processes and the implementation of ERP system in business. Before considering this process it few things need to be check like cost…show more content…
In brief, by introducing BPM jack can improve his business in a better way. Problem Analysis The main problem with platinum concept pty ltd is the lack of a strong enterprise system. A company needs a strong system for performing right processes in a streamlined manner in order to optimize the work done by the company and also getting into the heavy competition that a business faces locally and internationally. 1. In platinum concept pvt ltd there is no proper business management. All the data is stored in form of papers not electronically this will certainly result in losing their data and will affect their business. 2. The process for the order is slow and no buffer stock is kept which is very time consuming hence delays its customer’s order that gives bad name to the company. 3. The members of one department don’t look into others department. This means if there is pending work it will remain pending. 4. The marketing strategy of the company is weak. The product is basically marketed by word of mouth and thus not many people know of the product. The gap model showed in fig. 1 shows the difference between the present service and the potential service by the company. Fig. 1 GAP MODEL The existing process flow between various departments is shown below in Fig. 2 Fig. 2
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