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  • Visio vs Engage Process

Process Mapping In Visio Vs Engage Process

Process Mapping In Visio Vs Engage Process Process Mapping in Visio vs Engage Process - Introduction A lot of people we talk to are currently using Microsoft Visio or other similar process drawing tools for process management just as I was before I found the Engage Modeler and Engage Process Suite. We often

  • How To Improve Your Processes For RPA | We are Lean and Agile

How To Improve Your Processes For RPA

Improve your processes for RPA What is Robot Process Automation? For those of you that have been hiding under a rock for quite a few years, Robotic Process Automation or RPA is a tool that can help you with automating your business processes to improve the customer experience and reduce your costs.

  • NHS | Quality Improvement Software | We are Lean and Agile

In the NHS would it be useful to understand the costs of your processes?

Quality Improvement Software to Help There are many NHS and health related staff who are looking to apply Quality Improvement techniques to improve services for patients and to be able to compete with demands rising faster than budgets. There is a tool used in other sectors that can help you improve that process. The

  • Process Mapping And Improvement | We are Lean and Agile

Stop wasting resources on process mapping and improvement

Part 1 – Don’t map and improve parts of the end to end process This is a very strange blog to write for someone who always recommends organisations map and understand their processes and look to improve them prior to looking for any technology and other solutions. Here we are asking you to

  • Process Improvement – Its all about the benefits | We are Lean and Agile

Process Improvement – Its all about the benefits

How about if you could easily see the benefits of your process improvement work? Would that help your organization make better changes? Well it can be done and it can be done easier, faster and cheaper than by using your current process mapping approach. If I had a pound for every time an