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Move Faster from “As is” to “To be”

QPR ProcessDesigner provides you with robust process discovery, analysis and design functionality that allows you to plan, develop, analyze, communicate and monitor your business processes and foster a collaborative environment that will help you lead your organization towards process excellence faster than any other process management tool.

QPR process modeling and measurement flexibility, as well as the ease of use provide an ideal basis for a multitude of process-oriented initiatives by tech-savvy as well as business-oriented users, such as for example Six Sigma, Lean, EFQM, SCOR, Malcolm Baldride, Regulatory and Standards Compliance (SOX, Basel II, Solvency, HIPAA, ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 20000, ISO 27001, OHSAS), and Integrated Management Systems.

The QPR Business Process Modeling and Analysis environment is based on a central process repository that is stored in either Microsoft SQL or Oracle database. Every design element is an object in the database that can be reused instantly on multiple process maps, while editing an element ensures it is updated on all the process maps it appears on. The process model is presented as an interlinked process map hierarchy, which is automatically maintained by the tool while executing designer actions like splitting and merging of process maps.

Recognizing the domain-specific requirements of individual organizations, QPR provides an easy means to fully customize the modeling notation in terms of available steps, elements, flows, associations and attributes, as well as the notation’s visual presentation. Customized notation specifications can be stored as templates for reuse. Multiple roles can work with and benefit from the same process model simultaneously. Easy to define view settings allow the tailoring of process map presentation to match the requirements of each user group. View settings define the visible objects, elements and flows and their level of detail, while the design interface automatically matches each designer’s role. Process models can furthermore be rendered in multiple natural languages, while QPR designer clients and portal can be configured to 25 localized languages.

Version management support allows development work on process models to be conducted in assigned development branches where process models can be promoted to replace published versions once approval has been obtained.

All the organizations’ process-related content such as policy information, templates, guidelines and instructions, eLearning, plans, online forms and web content can be communicated and delivered to users as an integrated part of the process model and its’ process maps, either by embedding or linking. QPR also easily integrated with document management systems and provides out-of-the box integration with Microsoft Office SharePoint. Users of the process information obtain a single point of access to all process-related content.

QPR allows linking process model objects with defined scorecard measures for measuring process performance, providing direction for improvement (targets, alerts) and establishing a controlled environment in which the process is executed by measuring process performance from multiple aspects (e.g. cost, quality, cycle times, risk exposure, environmental impact, control test outcomes etc.)

QPR ProcessDesigner goes beyond modeling, documenting and communicating process information by providing portal users with powerful online collaboration features. This allows you to log comments, incident reports, suggestions and ideas, and allow workers to initiate action in order to improve the processes. Logging this collaborative content centrally as part of your process/quality/risk management system makes the information available to anyone with rights to it and avoids losing it in people’s email inboxes, making the system an ideal base of information for auditing purposes.

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