Pacific Petroleum has deployed Promapp’s cloud-based business process mapping to overcome its “ad-hoc” approach to managing business processes, where critical process information had previously been held in various systems in traditional formats such as Word documents, Visio charts, and PowerPoint presentations.
Business process mapping (BPM) has become the catchcry of successful businesses and governments, but there is always one issue. Processes may be mapped, but there is always some excuse for not complying – “We do it differently here, always have, always will.”
Disability services provider VisAbility is to deploy Promapp cloud-based business process management software to replace manual processes and procedures where knowledge has, until now, been stored in paper-based, Word or Visio files.
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