Living with processes

Even though we may not think often about it, every activity we perform is a process. The difference between first-rate organizations and all the others is that the former realize that and work on optimizing and standardizing their processes.

Detailed big picture of your processes

DNA gives you a comprehensive overview of the processes in your organization with everything that matters clearly depicted: interest groups, shareholders, trends, legislation, etc. At the process level, there are clear depictions of links with other processes (inputs and outputs) and KPIs. Crucial details such as: executors, IT support, instructions, risks, proposals for improvement, etc. are displayed inside process tasks.

Proposals in DNA are presented in a visual way, showing how proposed modifications would affect a process or even the whole architecture. It doesn’t matter if you aren’t experts on process approach – we are and we love to help organizations looking to improve or start with process approach.

Powerful yet easy to use

Whether you’re just beginning or are already an expert, when it comes to drawing business processes, a little help is always welcome. DNA is capable of quickly drawing diagrams, which are saved directly into the DNA process and task repository. All that remains to do in the next step is to connect the tasks with your organizational structure, executors, records, relevant documents, etc.

All processes made with DNA are compliant with the BPMN 2.0 standard.

Comprehensive overview of your processes

Tasks in a process are associated with organizational structure and outside participants, executors (workplaces, roles, external collaborators), records (written, IT, sound), reference documents and internet. Additionally, tasks are also connected with risks, KPIs and useful proposals on how to improve tasks or processes.

This enables custom views into process flow diagrams such as:

  • Which tasks of the process are initiated by my organizational unit
  • Where in the process do I hold the role of an executor?
  • Which tasks are at risk?
  • Which tasks include controls?
  • Which parts of the process are addressed in proposed improvements?

You can visualize processes before and after implementing a proposal and even see reorganizational consequences and where in the process they will occur.

Who is using DNA to manage their processes?

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Do you want to find out more about how using DNA and process approach can help you achieve better results?

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