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Academic Presentation. Trans + references. Overview of a BPM Implementation at a fictitious company.

Academic Presentation. Trans + references. Overview of a BPM Implementation at a fictitious company.

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  • 1. SaveWithUs’ BPM Implementation Giving SWU the Keys to Business Process Improvement Mark Carlson IT600-0704B-01 : Information Technology Management Prof. Jason G. Andress
  • 2. Overview
    • The chosen vendor: BlueSpring Software™
    • The software: BPM Suite 4.5
    • BPM Project Proposal
      • Business Case
      • Project Management Methodology
    • General Timetable
    • Resource and Cost Estimates
  • 3. The Chosen Vendor
    • BlueSpring Software
      • Founded in 1998
      • Microsoft Gold Partner
      • Dedicated business process management software company
      • Specialize in simplifying collaboration using common desktop tools, such as Excel ™, Word ™, Email, and Adobe Acrobat ™
      • Over $200 million, privately-owned company, that has the agility of a private company and resources of a large one (BlueSpringsSoftware, 2007)
  • 4. The Software BPM Suite 4.5
    • Service Orientated Architecture application built on Microsoft .NET 3.0
        • Pre- integrated with Microsoft Office and Microsoft Business Solution products
        • No programming knowledge required for business designers
        • Built-in business activity monitoring tools
        • Low entry cost point (BlueSpring, 2007)
    • Considered a BPMS market leader by Forrester Research and IDC
    • Developed from the ground up as a true 3 rd generation BPM system, not workflow upgrades
  • 5. BPM Project Proposal
    • Business Case Presented
      • Improves Competitiveness and SWU’s Bottom Line
      • Synergistic Effect with other Business Applications
      • Aggressive ROI
      • Regulatory Augmentation
  • 6. BPM Project Proposal Continued
    • Standard Project Management Institute (PMI) Phases used for the Length of the Project (GlobalKnowledge, 2006)
      • Initiation
      • Planning (including risk assessment)
      • Execution
      • Control/QA
      • Close-Out
  • 7. General Timetable
    • Total 10 Month Implementation
    • From Initiation to Close-Out
    • Extended Planning phase for Business Alignment
    Initiation Phase                 2 Weeks Planning Phase             4 Months Execution Phase         4 Months Monitoring/QA Phase     1 Month Close Out Phase 2 Weeks TOTAL 10 MONTHS
  • 8. Resource and Cost Estimates Product & Travel Expenses Internal Labor Expenses Resource Costs Broken Down by Department Project Phase Resource QTY Weeks Hours % Billable Time Billable Hours Initiation Project Phase Project Mgmt 1 2 80 50% 40 Business Analyst 3 2 80 50% 120 Planning Project Phase Project Mgmt 1 16 640 50% 320 Business Analyst 3 16 640 50% 960 Management 10 16 640 10% 640 Training 2 16 640 25% 320 Execution Project Phase Project Mgmt 1 16 640 50% 320 IT 6 16 640 25% 960 Business Analyst 3 16 640 25% 480 Training 4 16 640 25% 640 Monitoring/QA Project Phase Quality Assurance 10 4 160 50% 800 Project Mgmt 1 4 160 50% 80   IT 1 4 160 10% 16 Close-Out Phase Project Mgmt 1 2 80 50% 40 Sub Total 47 146 5840 N/A 5736 Internal Labor Costs $401,520 Item Description QTY Price Total Software BPM Suite, MSSQL, Standard Server Software, Clustered 2 $50,000 $100,000 Hardware HP Proliant Blades, SAN Space Provision, Clustered 2 $20,000 $40,000 Travel Expenses Stakeholder Budget 10 $1,000 $10,000 Product & Travel Expenses $150,000
  • 9. Conclusion
    • A BPM system is recommended to increase business efficiency and transparency for process improvement
    • BlueSpring Software’s BPM Suite 4.5 offers a true BPM application that integrates easily into SWU’s operational and IT areas at an affordable price.
    • Implementation yields to be 10 months and about $500,000
  • 10. References
    • BlueSpring. (2007). Retrieved December 9, 2007 from http://www.bluespringsoftware.com/products
    • GlobalKnowledge. (2006). Retrieved December 26, 2006 from http://images.globalknowledge.com/wwwimages/whitepaperpdf/WP_PMLifeCycle.pdf
    • Carlson, M. (2007). Group BPM Presentation. Retrieved December 26, 2007 from CTU Online, IT600-0704B-01 : Information Technology Management