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Business Process Management BPM. Improve business processes

Business Process Management Software (BPMS) manages processes and the attributed information in a simple and intuitive way, allowing your employees to focus their time on process improvement and execution, rather than on managing the processes themselves. As your processes expand their level of complexity increases exponentially -- a powerful tool is needed in order to manage the growth and complexity of your process maps. By using a BPMS tool, your company gains the value of BPM without being burdened with the maintenance of process information. Instead the information is put at your fingertips. Interfacing Technologies offers an entire suite of Business Process Management Software (BPMS solutions that will allow you to permeated business processes throughout your entire organization. We offer a BPMS mapping plug-in for MS Visio, Charter. Charter lets your company to map its processes with the intuitive clarity required to push process design onto the workflow of your company. Our process simulator, Designer, allows you to conduct 'what if' scenario tests on your processes. Designer also integrates into Charter, allowing for effective change management. With Designer, you get the assurance that your process maps will perform to the highest standard. Both of these tools are interoperable with our fully fledged Business Process Management Software suite, the Enterprise Process Center (EPC). With the EPC, you are not only able to map and model your processes, along with all of the dimensions of detail present in modern business, but the dynamic and collaborative environment that the EPC provides with its multi-user web portal, central document repository, and approval tools ensures that the process you map will become integrated in the daily routine of your employees.
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