Business Process Management

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We assist organizations in successfully undertaking enterprise-wise process centric initiatives: assessing enterprise readiness for process-based change, translating corporate performance objectives into measurable KPIs, assessing maturity of processes targeted for improvement, developing TO-BE process models and aligning these with industry frameworks, defining business process architecture, developing BPM solutions utilizing our proven BPXSM methodology, building visually rich dashboards to track continuous process improvement, and helping organizations set up Centers of Excellence that improve governance and aid adoption of BPM best practices.


Do you find your company boxed in by departmental silos, struggling to break free to a state where elements of corporate strategy can be tied to the improvement of your business processes? Are you frustrated with the slow and painful transition of your existing processes to reflect changes in your company’s business model necessitated by a rapidly changing business environment? How often does a new process fail in execution at your organization because of shared responsibility, when no single empowered owner focuses on and is responsible for its health?

Our Offering

Techlogix assists organizations in successfully overcoming these challenges to help ensure that their business processes are seamlessly integrated, visible end-to-end, automated, efficient and, most importantly, deliver measurable business value. Techlogix has deep experience of working with organizations in industries as diverse as Financial Services, Energy, Government, Higher Education, Manufacturing, and Telecom. We partner with IBM to deliver cutting edge BPM solutions that also incorporate Integration and SOA.Our BPM Offering is based on the following approach:

BPX consists of a set of templates, best practices and metrics that have repeatedly delivered breakthrough project performance that have been validated and customized in real life implementations. The methodology has been tuned for a variety of BPM/SOA platforms including IBM Websphere, Software AG, Lombardi and Savvion. Read More

A Structured way to Improve Processes

The Techlogix BPM Framework has evolved over a decade of our working on multi-year engagements at large, complex organizations. It links BPM theory with the practice and the technology in a manner that helps organizations achieve their process improvement goals in a holistic and structured way. Our framework, which includes toolkits based on best practices, builds on foundational work from other industry practitioners and extends their work in practical ways so that it can impact real-world programs and projects.Techlogix delivers solutions using the IBM WebSphere platform. We have 10+

years of project delivery experience on IBM BPM/SOA technology. Techlogix has also refined its BPX Implementation Methodology to deliver optimal solutions using the IBM product set including IBM Business Process Manager and the IBM Integration Bus.

The Techlogix BPX Methodology

We have developed BPX to specifically address the following challenges:

  • Cross-functional nature of high value processes and resulting conflicts
  • Difficulties in integrating with complex heterogeneous legacy systems
  • Need for multi-dimensional skills in the solution delivery team
  • Short development cycles of BPM projects

We have used a ‘Concurrent Design’ approach to develop a range of cross-referenced models to ensure the integrity and completeness of a BPM solution. The key artifact – a Process Specification Sheet – defines the requirements of a process model in complete detail by extending the typical representation in a Process Modeling tool.

The methodology is a structured approach to addressing the full life cycle of delivering BPM and SOA based solutions. BPX consists of a set of templates, best practices, and metrics that have repeatedly delivered breakthrough project performance and has been validated in multiple real life implementations. Our data model is tightly coupled with the process model to ensure that all data elements required by the process are successfully captured.

The Services model ensures that services required for integration are well defined and mapped to the appropriate process step. Most BPM solutions are architected to use business rules. We capture them in detail in our Rules model that achieves alignment with the Process Model. The Business Activity Monitoring (BAM) model defines the process monitors and KPIs specific to the process. Finally, a Reporting requirements template and a Roles and Skills Profile template complete the gamut of the BPX artifacts.

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