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Business Process Reengineering as Way Out of Crisis

Cut operational costs, and start redesigning your company processes anew.

Download our free guide on Business Process Reengineering (BPR), which includes real-life examples, as well as 7 steps to a successful implementation.

Coronavirus is hit economies hard all around the globe. Crashing stocks, delayed supply chains, and closed production plants boiled down to the inevitable: an economic crisis.   

As a Harvard Business Review's study of 4,700 public companies suggests, one of the critical components of making it through a crisis is operational efficiency. Yet, you need to know which costs to cut and how to organize your processes anew.   

That's why Business Process Reengineering is a necessary step towards operational efficiency.     

This guide offers a more in-depth look, as well as examples, into the steps companies should take to lead successful BPR initiatives.   


Thanks to the guide, you'll learn:

  • What is BPR,  
  • The role of Process Mining in BPR,  
  • Examples of how companies approached BPR in the past,  
  • 7 steps to getting BPR right,   
  • How Process Simulation can enhance your BPR initiative.  

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About the Author:
Jana Gregusova - Process Consulting Leader

Jana is an expert in leading organizations to optimal performance through the adoption of efficient and effective processes by using data. She is passionate about helping companies implement Operational Excellence and providing clients the insights and assistance needed to establish best practices that build high-performing companies. 

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