A process is defined as “a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end”.

But what does that mean to you? Watch our video to discover how better process management can transform your business.

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What is Process Design

Click here to learn about the steps we take with you to design your process ready for configuration.

A process is defined as a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular end.

In business, a process is any system based on a collection of related structured tasks that produces a service or product for a particular customer or customers.

Processes are commonly the cornerstones of our operations, and we become reliant on
them to deliver basic information, to drive business decision making and ensure objectives are met.

When assessing the needs of your organisation, it’s important to explore each element of the plans you have in place.

You will need to harvest input from your colleagues and users to define how process is best devised and to establish what other systems will need to work alongside it.

It’s likely to be more complicated than first anticipated. You’ll think it’s like this [graphic: simple flow chart], but in fact it’s like this [graphic: complicated flow chart].

Really, it’s a series of actions that need to relate to each other. We can identify how to do that and what key components would be useful or app is the best fit for your needs.

Because it’s already configured, your solution can be ready in a fraction of the time it would take a team of developers to build from scratch.

Fast. Powerful. That’s the LEAP difference.

We pack up processes so you can get what you need from them without compromise. This makes them useful and a solid foundation on which you can continue to build your business.