OpenText BPM (Business Process Management) software module helps companies to automate their business processes (workflows), from the simplest to the most complex ones, thus enabling a rapid response to customer requirements, while achieving corporate growth and development.
BPM process includes solutions for automating business processes, managing large amounts of data with a small number of employees, delivering services and ensuring the transparency of business processes. OpenText BPM provides the ability to integrate all OpenText products (through AppWorks) with SAP, Microsoft, Oracle, Core Banking and other client applications.
OpenText BPM consists of solutions for:
- Automation of the procurement process in all types of enterprises and organizations, with integrated planning and booking of budget
- Automated bank loan approval with integration of the core banking system
- Automated approval of contracts
- Improving performance of clerical duties and office automation
- Automated case management for law firms and judicial authorities
- Automated processing of invoices, checks, orders and other forms
- Automated issuance of insurance policies and each branch office of Insurance Company
- Automation of all business processes in the public sector, healthcare, pharmaceutical companies, oil companies, financial sector, telecommunications sector, the judiciary and other sectors of business
How does OpenText BPM work?
The client’s operator in the office or headquarters can scan input documents (e.g. customer demand) through integrated Open Text Enterprise Scan application, which can (in case the document has a barcode or other information) automatically recognize the type of document and fill in index data (attributes). Also, all necessary index data or only one field (for example, registration number) can be entered manually by the operator, after which the system can fill remaining index fields from the data base (e.g. name, last name, tax identification number, address, etc.). After completing the scanning process, the operator starts an automated business process by clicking on the “Process” button, where each document type (request, post, procurement, contract…) is being forwarded to the relevant user or group of users for processing and approval. In this way a small number of people can quickly and efficiently process large amount of documents from different locations. This considerably improves the traditional business processes in companies, in which a large number of people working on a document, print a particular subject in dozens of copies, physically sends out from branches to headquarters of the company, paper is being physically carried from table to table, without precise control, with large deceleration and frequent delays and/or failure to execute a business process to the end.
Benefits from OpenText BPM:
- Fast and efficient way to work with an unlimited quantity of documentation that can be sent to numerous locations for centralized processing
- A small number of employees can approve a large number of cases significantly faster (within a deadline)
- If necessary, the document is printed only in one copy after the end of the business process, when signing
- Open Text BPM supports certified electronic signature of documents in the business process for each step, which, for example, allows a person who approved a particular step in the process, not to have to print and certify its decision. After the completion of certain business processes, BPM system can generate the final document which would contain all the operators who approved every step of the process with their comments, qualified electronic signatures and timestamps. In this way, transparency and validity of each approved item or document in process are established
- Reduction in the number of employees, the cost of courier service, the cost of printing, archiving, and other operating costs
- Saving time in case processing, from previously 2 up to 6 months to currently 4 up to 7 days
- Advanced reports (number of cases processed by the operator, the number of printed sheets, etc.)