How the two work together...
Business process mapping is a way to visualise what a business does by taking into account roles, responsibilities and standards. Business process modelling takes this one step further by providing a visual way to understand, analyse, and improve upon a current method of working.
What's the Difference between Business Process Mapping and Business Process Modelling?
Sometimes business process mapping and business process modelling are used interchangeably to refer to simply documenting how a business operates, how inputs and outputs flow through a system. However the terms
are not interchangeable.
Business Process Mapping
Business process mapping is focused on documentation. It shows how work is done, not necessarily how it should be done. The main purpose behind business process mapping is to assist
organisations in becoming more effective. A clear and detailed business
process map or diagram allows InteliSense IT to come in and look at
whether or not improvements can be made to the current process.
Business Processing Modelling
Business process modelling is more about in-depth analysis and reducing inefficiencies and bottlenecks. A business model is a
framework whereby a sequence of events takes place in a given order. If the business process takes a considerable amount of time to perform a simple task then we as analysts break down the process into it's component parts. This could be management, operational and support processes to identify the bottleneck between the three key areas.
We provide consistent and high quality services using proven, best practice approaches for project management and service delivery. Our processes are supported by a range of advanced systems to help manage, monitor and automate what we do. Above is simply one of many processes we deliver during our consultancy time.