Business Process Management for Contracting and Management

The goal of achieving the desired end result of a management or contracting process requires more than planning and execution. It also requires careful analysis and management the interdependent business process that is involved in conception, construction, procurement prior to construction closing, and commissioning of the built environment. That’s why management of business processes (BPM) is so crucial to the success of a project or a company.

BPM is a systematic, integrated method of identifying, modeling, automating, and continuously monitoring business process. The aim is to align internal business tasks to strategic goals. This will result in an increase in efficiency and profits.

To achieve its goals to achieve its goal, the BPM lifecycle includes six phases: analyze, design implement, monitor optimize and redesign. The first step in the process is to look at the current process and document sharing identify areas that could be improved. The next step is to design the new process to meet requirements of the business, using automated and standardization where it is possible. The implementation phase is designed to adopt the new model of process, while ongoing monitoring and optimization are crucial to ensure its continual performance.

Construction companies spend hundreds of thousands or hundreds of thousands, of dollars each year, on manual tasks and inefficient business processes. This is the case both at the office as well as on the construction site. Automating these processes improves visibility, increases operational reactivity decreases risk, and accelerates decision-making. It also helps reduce costs, boost motivation of employees and help improve utilization of resources. To achieve this, teams need to be able to see every aspect of their operations and the processes that underlie them.