Re-think, re-design and completely transform the way you do business with Business Process Management solutions from DATAMARK.
Many companies reach a point where they realize their back office process management solutions are outdated, inefficient and held back by old technology and legacy software systems.
There’s a need to make changes in a business process or in the management of a business process. But it’s hard for an organization to pause, analyze, determine the best course of action and implement change when there is day-to-day work to be done.
This is the ideal time to bring in an outside organization with expertise and experience in business process reengineering. Your business deserves to have a partner who is dedicated to understanding your needs, short and long term goals, and providing solutions that are aligned with those goals. DATAMARK has a dedicated Business Engineering team that can apply Lean and Six Sigma quality and efficiency methodologies to document your process(es), analyze your current state and provide recommendations for your business to assist with process improvement.
DATAMARK’s Business Engineering team is available to assist your organization with understanding where you are today and providing solutions to get you to where you want to be tomorrow. Whether you are looking to outsource or simply make internal improvements through process mapping, DATAMARK’s Business Engineering team offers a range of consulting services ranging from a simple assessment to a complete backoffice process transformation to assist you with making the best decision for your organization. Here are just a few ways that DATAMARK can help you achieve your business goals:
- Business Strategy Assessment
- Business Process Improvement
- Business Process Transformation
Benefits of Business Process Engineering Consulting
- Improved cost, service and speed benchmarks
- Elimination of waste and non-value-added activities
- Increased standardization
- Reduced operating costs
- Increased accuracy
- Elimination of process bottlenecks