Off-the-shelf versions of many BPM systems are installed in a short time, ready for operation, and include a wide range of operating features. There is a need for upgrades only when the automation covers complex, large-scale processes. If the pre-installed features are sufficient, the BPMS implementation for an enterprise-level company may take less than a month.
The current trend among BPM systems are low-code/no-code platforms. There is no need for programming skills to manage such systems – they have simple logic and an intuitive interface, and business processes are visualized in comprehensible diagrams. Even if you need a complex development to meet specific requirements, it will be just a one-time work, and employees will be able to use its results by themselves.
The manager can monitor the current stages of business processes in real time. In case of missing the due date and not completing the task, the system notifies the manager about it. Thus, it is possible to eliminate problems early on or before it is applies at large.
Monitoirng of the Process Implementation Stages
The BPM system generates reports and stores the history of executed and completed business processes. Feedback from employees, together with the implementation results, allows users to finalize and adjust the current operating rules and processes at any time. This guarantees the stability of performed operations and contributes to further development of the company.
Update and Improvement of the Current Operating Rules