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THE IMPLEMENTATION 

OF BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION 

IN YOUR BUSINESS
DANIEL GOLA
WHAT IS A BUSINESS
PROCESS AUTOMATION (BPA)
Business process automation (BPA) is the strategy a business uses 

to automate processes in order to contain costs. It co...
BPA EXAMPLE
CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
Example: Corporate Commission of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians
by Renee Floyd
Without automation:
The Corporate Commission managed about 500 contracts a year
for its 12 businesses that ranged from hot...
With automation:
Contract Automation with Laserfiche ECMContracts are electronic
from start to finish, meaning forms are sta...
BPA CHALLENGES
• Systems integration capabilities
• Database centralization
• The complexity of automated processes
• Company structure
PROCESS ANALYSIS 

AS A MAJOR FACTOR 

IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BPA
PROCESS ANALYSIS

The analysis involves a thorough analysis of the processes occurring
in the enterprise. Frequently analy...
BPA DEVELOPMENT 

AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION
SPECIFICATION
After analysis, we suggest specific solutions that are designed to
get rid of bottlenecks. The starting point...
SCRUM
Implementation of complex systems requires adequate methods of
managing a team of specialists and organizations work...
FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES INTO A RUNNING SYSTEM
SCRUM requires a particular specification of the system using a
variety o...
PARTICIPATION OF THE CUSTOMER 

IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION
SCRUM in its rules implies a contribution of the cus...
AN ENTIRELY NEW SYSTEM
TAILORED TO THE NEEDS
The result of a detailed analysis, properly prepared specifications
and agile project management meth...
KEY BENEFITS 

OF PROPERLY DESIGNED
BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION
KEY BENEFITS
• A significant reduction in the cost of business activity
• A significant increase in productivity
• The abili...
DANIEL GOLA

E-Commerce Analytics Manager

Tel.: +48 502 416 789

E-mail: d.gola@i-systems.pl
www.i-systems.pl
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I•systems - THE IMPLEMENTATION 
 OF BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION 
 IN YOUR BUSINESS

  1. 1. THE IMPLEMENTATION 
 OF BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION 
 IN YOUR BUSINESS DANIEL GOLA
  2. 2. WHAT IS A BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION (BPA)
  3. 3. Business process automation (BPA) is the strategy a business uses 
 to automate processes in order to contain costs. It consists of integrating applications, restructuring labor resources and using software applications throughout the organization. (wikipedia.org)
  4. 4. BPA EXAMPLE
  5. 5. CONTRACT MANAGEMENT Example: Corporate Commission of the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Indians by Renee Floyd
  6. 6. Without automation: The Corporate Commission managed about 500 contracts a year for its 12 businesses that ranged from hotels to gas stations. Deadlines were frequently missed, resulting in 10-15% fee increases. Contracts were printed and distributed via fax, a process that took weeks and sometimes months to complete. Administrative assistants were needed in each department to route the contracts and generate monthly reports on contract activity.
  7. 7. With automation: Contract Automation with Laserfiche ECMContracts are electronic from start to finish, meaning forms are standardized. As a result, scanning costs are eliminated, illegible faxes are a thing of the past and training time is kept to a minimum. Contract routing is done automatically, so administrative assistants no longer have 
 to photocopy, track, or make reports of contracts.
  8. 8. BPA CHALLENGES
  9. 9. • Systems integration capabilities • Database centralization • The complexity of automated processes • Company structure
  10. 10. PROCESS ANALYSIS 
 AS A MAJOR FACTOR 
 IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BPA
  11. 11. PROCESS ANALYSIS
 The analysis involves a thorough analysis of the processes occurring in the enterprise. Frequently analysis identifies bottlenecks in the organization and activities of the company. The analysis process is the starting point for further analysis of the systems used by the company.
  12. 12. BPA DEVELOPMENT 
 AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION
  13. 13. SPECIFICATION After analysis, we suggest specific solutions that are designed to get rid of bottlenecks. The starting point for the implementation of the new system is a detailed specification prepared in accordance with the methods of implementation management.
  14. 14. SCRUM Implementation of complex systems requires adequate methods of managing a team of specialists and organizations working on the project. Agile management methods meet these challenges. The suggested method is SCRUM.
  15. 15. FROM DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES INTO A RUNNING SYSTEM SCRUM requires a particular specification of the system using a variety of perspectives. The system and its operation are described as user scenarios. The specification describes the perspective of the system, user, administrator, functionality, etc.
  16. 16. PARTICIPATION OF THE CUSTOMER 
 IN THE DEVELOPMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION SCRUM in its rules implies a contribution of the customer. Design periods known as sprints allow the modeling of system functionality.
  17. 17. AN ENTIRELY NEW SYSTEM
  18. 18. TAILORED TO THE NEEDS The result of a detailed analysis, properly prepared specifications and agile project management methodology is a system that allows the automation of business processes within a set range.
  19. 19. KEY BENEFITS 
 OF PROPERLY DESIGNED BUSINESS PROCESS AUTOMATION
  20. 20. KEY BENEFITS • A significant reduction in the cost of business activity • A significant increase in productivity • The ability to increase business turnover • Release of human resources and the ability to use its potential • Building a strong competitive advantage
  21. 21. DANIEL GOLA
 E-Commerce Analytics Manager
 Tel.: +48 502 416 789
 E-mail: d.gola@i-systems.pl www.i-systems.pl

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