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Importance of BPR

Methodology Overview

Modelling BPR

Defining Governance

Process Ownership

Process Design


User Manuals



We can mentor you on the adoption of IT methodologies for Business Process Re-engineering (BPR), both industry standard or bespoke.

Software engineering can often be complex. To succeed, it demands the use of IT methodologies. However off-the-shelf methodologies can often be unwieldy or inflexible.

Codel services specialises in developing methodologies in conjunction with you and your organisation to meet your specific needs.

Since every organisation is different so flexibility is required here: Some demand a very structured process, others require a more agile approach. Since no single method is right, this is why Codel Services can offer you a difference, as we understand the differences and what is right for you.

On the left navigation bar are a sample of some of our bespoke methodologies.

bulletThe importance of BPR describes why this activity is necessary.
bulletThe stages of Codel Service's methodology is described in overview, as well as describing setting ownership, design procedures and documenting clear user manuals
bulletThe BPR modelling approach is for situations where there is large business change, or where the business area is of high-risk
bulletGuidance on establishing clear governance is key to effective business change, but the style changes throughout the projects life.
bulletGuidance on how to make process documentation SOX compliant. The considerations covered in this section have been rigorously applied to all Codel Service's process templates.

For further information on our range of consultancy services please call us - details are shown on the contacts page.

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