BPM - Business Process Management

In order to be successful in the long-term on the economic market, entrepreneurs must be able to adapt their business processes quickly in a fast changing business environment. Business Process Management (BPM) offers you procedure models, methods and technologies for the modelling, the configuration, the execution and the monitoring of these business processes.

What is BPM?

Strategy and Business Process Management

The acronym BPM stands for business process management. Concealed behind this term is the management, i. e. the controlling and adjustment, of processes and workflows.

In this field, a distinction is made between professional BPM and technical BPM. We regard professional BPM as a professional process consulting and process optimization, respectively, that is the optimization of processes from purely professional points-of-view.

Under technical BPM, we subsume the implementation of professional processes with regard to the software, process automation and the concepts and methods necessary for the implementation.

The aim of BPM is the on-going optimization of processes and know-how transfer within businesses to reduce lead times, error rates and costs as well as to increase the satisfaction of the customers.

BPM and the Digital Revolution

In the course of digitalization new products evolve or the distribution channels change. That is why companies must be able to adapt their business processes flexibly und quickly to new requirements. Thereby an alignment of the business processes with the customers’ requirements is paramount. By using BPM enterprises are enabled to master the challenges of digitalization and to react in an agile way to the market by using process automation and standardization.

What are the Advantages of BPM?

Both the professional and the IT focused optimization of business processes provide powerful advantages for your business. CONET does not just change processes, instead we have one major objective: we want to create a real return on invest for your business. Successful business process management offers the following advantages:

By continually and targetedly measuring, linking and evaluating the process parameters you will reach a new level of process transparency. Based on the obtained data you will be able to make better decisions for your enterprise.

With the help of BPM you are able to harmonize your business processes. So you can ensure the process orientation according to your defined strategy, thus promoting the standardization of your business processes.

By using BPM you may reduce the processing time of the business processes. This means a significant cost reduction and you can reduce the time to market.

By using BPM you can reduce the error ratio in your business processes. With the possibility to supervise each process stage individually you can identify the blurs in your processes and eliminate them.

By establishing a process-oriented mindset and customer-oriented business processes and by timely processing of customer requirements you will increase the satisfaction of your customers.


CONET provides you with a comprehensive support in optimizing your business processes, starting with consulting and identifying of suitable processes all the way to implementation.

BPM consulting and project management

  • Consulting during the introduction phase of BPM or service-oriented architectures (SOA) in an enterprise
  • Consulting during the infrastructure implementation phase for BPM/SOA
  • Consulting for SOA implementation
  • Consulting regarding Enterprise Architecture integration
  • Consulting for the integration of BPM/SOA in an existing environment
  • Consulting services for process modelling with BPMN 2.0
  • Project management for BPM/SOA projects


BPM implementation

  • Process automation on different BPM platforms with BPMN 2.0
  • Integration of BPM platforms into the existing infrastructure
  • Implementation of integration and ETL processes
  • Implementation of services in a SOA
  • Setting up the infrastructure on the basis of different application servers

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