Are you documenting all your business processes repeatable actions??

Discussion in 'Access Table Design' started by Relevante Inc, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. Join us for a Free Webinar on: Relevante Solution - The Business
    Process Recorder (BPR)

    Date: July 13th 2011 (12:30 PM - 1:00 PM)

    Overview:
    Business Processes are the repeatable actions that employees execute
    daily: contacting customers, ordering supplies, creating invoices.
    Processes are the building blocks of a company, but surprisingly most
    companies don't write them down. In fact only 7% of companies document
    their business processes. Why? Well, documenting process processes
    takes a lot of time.

    A new Relevante Solution, The Business Process Recorder (BPR), solves
    this problem. BPR documents all your business processes while your
    team works. Just press record!

    Benefits of BPR:
    • Create standardized operating procedures automatically
    • Shorten the time needed to create procedures dramatically
    • Make it simple for the actual process owner to document
    • Eliminate the risk of knowledge loss
    • Update procedures instantly as processes change
    • Accelerate creation of training manuals
    • Export to many common formats (Word, PowerPoint, PDF)
    • Ensure implementation of best practices.

    For More Information:
    Webinar Link: http://relevante.com/htmls/educational_events/07132011-BPR.htm#Top
    Registration Link: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=218255

    Contact Info:
    Name: Dawn Curry
    E Mail:
    Phone: (215-259-5102)
     
    Relevante Inc, Jul 6, 2011
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