Business Process Re-engineering

Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR) is key process in rejuvenating the business. In the course of time every business adopts different structures, processes and measures to overcome short-term issues. Although these are all well intended, it is overtly clear that each and every measures negatively impacts the business performance in the long run. To this effect, BPR is a scientific process, which looks into the current business processes – generally based on functional dimensions and aligns these to the real and new needs of the organisation reflecting the new business needs as well as the market exigencies. The BPR exercise is generally carried out in three main phases namely:

Review of all main and secondary business processes
Identification of key performance indicators and outcomes
Identify areas of improvement
Plan out the required changes
Implement the changes
Evaluate and anchor changes